"We booked T&A private taxi from Vienna"

“We booked T&A private taxi from Vienna to Prague and agreed in advance our wish to tour around the city for 4 hours. The trip was very comfortable, the city tour - informative. Though we were tight in time, we managed to see all major spots. I’m sur...more

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"I always travel to neighbour countries by car"

“I always travel to neighbour countries by car, but this time my car has been repaired, so I started to look for other options. Upon opening T&A website I understood that booking a Mercedes taxi from Vienna to Prague was exactly what I needed. The bo...more

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"I want to thank T&A team for the excellent trip"

“I want to thank T&A team for the excellent trip we had. At every step - starting from booking to arriving to the hotel - we received high-class service. Sophia’s and driver’s attitude were great. AC and WiFi in the car made the road pleasant and eas...more

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  • English-speaking driver
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Private Taxi from Vienna to Prague


Whether you are coming to Prague on business or for a sightseeing tour, you need to decide how to get to a destination safely and with comfort. Buses or trains often have inconvenient schedules and require extra efforts to get to a station with luggage. Taxis won’t agree for an intercountry ride, or will give you an impressive bill. T&A Transfers suggests a private taxi from Vienna to Prague with a personal chauffeur and individual itinerary.

A Prague-based VIP transport company T&A Transfers has a fleet of top-class Mercedes of S,E,V-class and GLS for up to 6 passengers. Every chauffeur from the team speaks several languages, has high driving skills and perfectly knows a destination and a route. Free Wi-Fi, a phone charger, air conditioning and bottled water will help you enjoy a relaxing transfer in your Mercedes taxi from Vienna to Prague.

T&A Transfers private taxi from Vienna to Prague is a luxurious transfer service that is affordable for all types of travelers. The process of booking takes just a couple of minutes. The price is fixed without extra fees. Book a chauffeured taxi from Vienna to Prague and we will care of all trip arrangements.



Major Hints for Visiting Prague 


Whatever your purpose of taking a private taxi from Vienna to Prague, this city is worth a thorough sightseeing tour. And the first advice for saving time is booking tickets to major tourist attractions online. In particular, it refers to museums and Old Town Hall Tower. Online tickets are usually cheaper and save you not only budget but also approximately 1 hour at every popular sight. By the way, there is a good chance to see a gorgeous panorama and avoid tourists. For that choose the tower at Charles Bridge. Among other top sights of the city there are the Historic Astronomical Clock, the Dancing House, the Prague Castle, the Petrin Tower and a famous passing fountain. The list is to be continued and depends only on how much time you have for studying the city.


Spending at least one day in Prague implies going around a lot, so buying a ticket for public transport will be highly useful. Like in any other European city you can also choose Uber or other local taxi services. But the most convenient way to see Prague is taking a sightseeing tour at T&A. 


Once in Prague, don’t skip local cafes with delicious Czech food. Among must try dishes it’s worth mentioning trdelník (rolled pastry topped with a dusting of sugar, nuts or cinnamon), vepřo-knedlo-zelo (roasted pork with bread dumplings and stewed cabbage), adapted from Hungarian cuisine the Czech guláš made from beef with some vegetables. Another traditional side dish in Czech cuisine is knedlíky that are dumplings usually served along with meat dishes or gulás. This dish is so versatile that can also serve as a dessert if prepared with sweet jam or fruit fillings.


It cannot come without mentioning that Prague is famous for its variety of beers. Did you know that the Czech Republic consumes more beer per capita than any other country in the world? So drop in some pub to taste local sorts of beer.


Being one of the most beautiful cities of Central Europe, Prague attracts thousands of visitors in peak seasons. So if you don’t feel happy to make your way through crowds, we recommend choosing April-May or September-October for your Prague tour to make your experience as pleasant and unforgettable as possible.