"Our driver was on time, extremely polite"

“Our driver was on time, extremely polite and helpful. He also made sure we could get access to our apartment before he left us in Berlin, and the car was spotlessly clean and comfortable.”

Mrs. Christina M. - Trustpilot

“Last week we booked a private transfer from Berlin to Prague. Arrived on time, the car was clean, the driver was nice. We travelled with many bags and a baby chair. The Mercedes van was big enough for all of us and luggage. Recommended.”

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"Thank you so much for everything"

“Thank you so much for everything - really enjoyed the drivers. Having Wi-fi was amazing. The drivers were very prompt and friendly. And the price seemed affordable.”

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  • Door-to-door in 3hrs 45min
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  • English-speaking driver
  • Free Wi-Fi all the way


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Airport pickups include an hour of FREE wait time and all the other pickups include extra 15 minutes.


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Private Transfer from Berlin to Prague


Getting from Prague to neighbouring countries requires much time and detailed planning. If you are not ready to spend your time and efforts on this, try a comfortable service of booking a private car from Berlin to Prague.

Private transfer from Berlin to Prague is a quick, safe and convenient way of intercountry transfer. No need to adjust to transports schedule, no overcrowded public places and carrying heavy luggage, no wasting time and nerves.

One of the most trusted European transport companies is T&A Transfers, based in Prague. By booking a private transfer from Berlin to Prague, you get a series of benefits, including a premium Mercedes of E, S, V-class and GLS. Free WiFi, a phone charger and fresh water will make your trip more relaxed and satisfying.

Only in a chauffeured private car from Berlin to Prague you can relax and enjoy your trip instead of caring of multiple issues.



10 Czech Traditions that Only Locals Understand


During the last decade Prague has turned into one of the most visited tourists destinations. At the daylight you can marvel city’s Old Town, stunning panoramas with red rooftops and historic palaces. At the night time go crazy in a bustling cycle of night clubs and events.


As any other place on earth, Prague is also rich in traditions. And here are some traditions that only Prague citizens know:


Enjoy drinks on the river bank. The Czech Republic doesn’t have strict laws concerning drinking alcohol in public places. And the favorite place for locals to enjoy the evening and drink beer or cocktails is on the banks of the Vltava river. No visiting bars, just sit on the river edge in open air with friends.


Burn a witch at Ladronka Park. Held on April 30th, this family-friendly event is the biggest in the country. With live music, roasted sausages and beer, it welcomes the coming of spring by burning a straw witch. The tradition goes back to the 17th century when fires were believed to banish evil.


Attend Žižkov’s Masopust Parade. Masopust is a Czech version of Mardi Gras. Through the streets of Žižkov goes a parade with people in vivid costumes and masks. The participants sing and dance.


Marvel the views from the Letna Beer Garden. Every Prague citizen knows that the best views and atmosphere is at the Letna Beer Garden. Here you can enjoy your Pilsner observing the roofs of the Old Town square and debating about the Žižkov tower. 


Watch lightings of Signal Festival. Though it is a young festival, it’s gaining popularity yearly. During four days in October with the help of light installations designers turn popular city sights into modern sites that permit seeing regular things in a new way.


Visit the Christmas Market. During the year Prague citizens try to avoid Old Town Square as it’s filled with tourists. But on Christmas Eve it changes, and everybody goes to the local Christmas Market. The view of the Church of Our Lady surrounded by Christmas lights is astounding. Also try a glass of mulled wine here, you won’t regret.


Celebrate Freedom & Democracy Day. November 17 is a public holiday in the Czech Republic. This day commemorates the 1939 student demonstration against the Nazis and the demonstration that kicked off the Velvet Revolution in 1989. The day is full of events: photo exhibitions, concerts, theatre performances and events for kids.


Spend a night at Stalin. Letna Park is also famous by a site where currently a metronome stands. Once it was a location of the world’s largest monument to Joseph Stalin. Though the statue was demolished, locals still refer to this place as Stalin. 


Shop at the Jiřák Farmers’ Market. The best possible place to buy fresh farmer products, handmade treats, fresh yummy cakes, etc. Unlike most farmer markets that are open at the weekends only, this one works from Wednesday to Saturday.


Taste exotic foot at Sapa. Though Czechs are not crazy about Vietnamese food, here locates a magnificent Sapa Vietnamese Market known for being truly authentic. This sizeable complex, often referred to as “Little Hanoi” lets you dive into Vietnamese culture without leaving Prague.