"Hi from Hungary!"

“Hi from Hungary! We took your private car from Budapest to Prague and back last weekend. Great driver and cool clean car. Driver was very helpful in explaining places to go and see in Prague. On time and very professional. WiFi was also highly usefu...more

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"Wise decision to book a private transfer from Budapest"

“It was a wise decision to book a private transfer from Budapest to Prague and back home. We paid on the website not to care about this during the trip. Our first driver David was absolutely fantastic, the car was comfortable and clean. He recommende...more

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"Booking service was easy."

“Booking service was easy. Driver waiting outside, took my bag to the car. Driver was skilled and attentive to me. The Mercedes was perfect - new, super clean and spacy. I enjoyed WiFi and fresh water because I forgot to take mine. No hesitation to u...more

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Your route

  • Door-to-door in 5hrs 30min
  • New & comfortable vehicles
  • English-speaking driver
  • Free Wi-Fi all the way


Keep calm and know that all our drivers are licensed and insured.


Your final price includes all fees and taxes. You can pay online or Cash/Card to the driver.


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


Make changes to rides or cancel for free. Our customer support team, who works 24/7.

Private Transfer from Budapest to Prague


Due to a large distance between Budapest and Prague, it’s essential to choose a convenient transfer method. Otherwise, upon arriving to a destination you’ll feel absolutely worn up. The optimum option is a chauffeured private car from Budapest to Prague. Booking a car online in advance at a fixed price is simple and safe, while taking a taxi for an intercity trip is problematic and costly. Not to mention buses and trains, that will require hours and hours in transit with multiple switches.

T&A Transfers is the trustworthy Prague company that will arrange your private transfer from Budapest to Prague. The company fleet comprises of deluxe Mercedes cars with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, fresh water. An experienced English-speaking chauffeur will wait for you at the agreed place and time to take you to your VIP private transfer from Budapest to Prague. If any changes to a route or help with luggage are needed, just let him know.

Book a chauffeured private car from Budapest to Prague at T&A Transfers. And feel how relaxing even a such a long route can be!


Guide to Out-of-the-way Prague Museums


Prague is a culturally rich city with numerous art galleries and museums. If you are planning a visit to the Czech capital and have enough time for visiting not only the top sights like Charles Bridge or Prague Castle, choose what museums you will visit to widen your horizons and enrich your soul culturally. Here is our top list:


Jewish Museum. Located in the Jewish Quarter of Josefov, this place has a bitter taste. While nazis were destroying the rest of the city, the Jewish Quarter was intentionally preserved to serve as a large monument to the extinguished race. The place is worth visiting if you know and appreciate history and especially World War II. 

Strahov Library. Being a part of the Strahov Monastery, the library is a true piece of art. Walk through its Theological Hall, Cabinet of Curiosities and Classical Philosophical Hall. Not without a reason, Strahov Library is usually mentioned among most beautiful libraries of the world.

Mucha Museum. Highly popular among locals and tourists, but especially interesting for admirers of the Czech painter Alphonse Mucha or amateurs of “art nouveau” style. Mucha Museum reflects life and work of the painter. In the collection you can see his political works, theatrical posters and other pieces of art nouveau. A lovely souvenir gift shop with beautiful and fairly priced postcards and posters replicas is also highly recommended. 

Museum of Communism. The Czech Republic was a part of the USSR since 1948 to 1989. The country might not be thankful for those years but locals remember and respect every aspect of their history. That’s why the Museum of Communism was created. There you will find artifacts, multimedia with propaganda that reflect everyday life of Czechoslovak republic. Recently the museum moved to Náměstí Republiky and increased in size.

Apple Museum. Prague houses the largest collection of Apple products within its Apple Museum opened in 2015. Also, it is a tribute to work of Steve Jobs. The collection consists of iPhones, iPods and desktops designed from 1976 to 2012 as well as a detailed history of the brand and its founder. So if you are an Apple fan, you will for sure feel nostalgia. 


A trip to the Czech Republic is always interesting and full of interesting visits. So if you are about to come to the country and its capital Prague, book a private transfer from Budapest to Prague and back at T&A as the safest, fastest and the most comfortable way to travel among countries.