Try the new RegioJet bus connection. The new direct line connects Austria and Poland through the Czech Republic every day. Yellow buses move out onto the Vienna–Brno–Olomouc–Ostrava–Krakow route and head back on Sunday, 1 July. We will take you from Vienna to Krakow or back in only 6 hours, 25 minutes.
Travel with the new bus line, and discover the beauties of Brno, Olomouc and Ostrava.
You will take you to Prague with the popular connection from Krakow within the RegioJet network. You can take the bus to Ostrava, where you can easily transfer to the comfortable train which will take you to Prague. You will find the bus stop right in front of the train station. We, of course, assume a sufficient time reserve for your transfer.
The traditional Czech specialty, the open sandwich, is a mixture of flavours and scents that make it a unique delicacy. Similarly, the Czech capital is a unique mixture of countless historical monuments, galleries, museums and theatres. The Prague Castle, Malá Strana with Charles Bridge, Vyšehrad and the St. Vitus Cathedral are just a fraction of what you can see in Prague. Do not hesitate, and enjoy one of Europe's most beautiful cities.
The delicious Sachertorte with Viennese coffee will surely delight all of your taste buds. You will also enjoy the capital of Austria with its countless beauties and refined atmosphere. There is plenty to choose from. Visit the St. Stephen's Cathedral, the royal seat Hofburg, the Belvedere palace complex, or the Schönbrunn Palace. And what should you not miss out on? Go have a look at the magnificent Vienna Zoo with giant pandas, and have a ride on the Ferris wheel in the Wurstelprater amusement park.
A mixture of meat and cabbage made in a variety of ways - that is the Polish national dish bigos, which you should certainly not miss out on. You should also not miss a visit to Krakow, one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. It is an ancient historical city where you will find everything close together - the Wawel Royal Castle, the Old Town with the Rynek Glowny Square, and the Jewish Kazimierz. And expect that one day will not be enough for you!
Quench your thirst with the foamy Starobrno beer, which has been brewed in Brno for over 200 years. Your thirst for experiences will surely be quenched with a visit to the second largest city of the Czech Republic. You will not be bored. There, you will find a mix of historical monuments such as the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, the medieval Špilberk Castle and the unique Villa Tugendhat. You will have fun in the evening as well. Original bars, clubs and stylish restaurants will delight you with their amazing atmosphere. .
Olomouc cheese is a specialty that made the city famous since as far back as the 15th century. Try to have them fried, and you will not regret it! And you will also not regret it if you visit one of the most beautiful cities of the Moravian Region. The mysterious ancient atmosphere of the former royal city and seat of the archbishop is one of the hidden treasures of Europe. Go for a walk through Horní náměstí (Upper Square) with the Holy Trinity Column, unique fountains and a town hall with a heliocentric astronomical clock. Or visit the nearby famous pilgrimage site Svatý Kopeček with a Baroque Basilica and a very frequented zoo.
The true Ostrava sausage with mustard and horseradish is savoury. The former well-known mining and metallurgical town, which is today a vibrant, lively and incredibly green place, is savoury as well. Those who love technical monuments will be enthused by its industrial past. Experience the working day of a miner in the Hlubina mine for yourself, and enjoy the adrenalin inside the blast furnaces of the Vítkovice Ironworks. In the summer, do not forget to come for the Colours of Ostrava international music festival.