“Reliable and efficient, picked me at the hotel on time and brought to Prague really fast. I was very short of time having meetings in both cities 2 days in a row, so a private transfer from Vienna to Prague was my only chance to get to both meetings...more “Reliable and efficient, picked me at the hotel on time and brought to Prague really fast. I was very short of time having meetings in both cities 2 days in a row, so a private transfer from Vienna to Prague was my only chance to get to both meetings on time and skip spending hours at the airport. I bookmarked your website for my next visit to the EU.”
“Easy booking process. Booked a private car from Vienna to Prague almost last minute and no problems. Sophia, the manager, called me back and agreed all details. Driver arrived on time both ways and helped with bags. Comfy luxury Mercedes with WiFi a...more “Easy booking process. Booked a private car from Vienna to Prague almost last minute and no problems. Sophia, the manager, called me back and agreed all details. Driver arrived on time both ways and helped with bags. Comfy luxury Mercedes with WiFi and AC. Fresh water was nice in that hot day. Good trip!”
“Our company booked a private transfer from Vienna to Prague for 5 people to get to a conference. The booking process was slick. The Mercedes van had air conditioning and Internet, was clean and very comfortable. The driver was punctual and professio...more “Our company booked a private transfer from Vienna to Prague for 5 people to get to a conference. The booking process was slick. The Mercedes van had air conditioning and Internet, was clean and very comfortable. The driver was punctual and professional. All my colleagues are satisfied with the trip. Would definitely use your service again.”
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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.
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Going between European cities requires detailed planning, otherwise your trip may turn a true disaster. So why not to enjoy your trip instead of taking risks? Consider booking a private transfer from Vienna to Prague at T&A Transfers.
T&A Transfers is a Prague-based company that suggests a service of intercity transfers, airport pickups, sightseeing tours and limousine services. By booking a chauffeured private car from Vienna to Prague you obtain a deluxe Mercedes of GLS, S, E or V-class by your wish. A personal chauffeur will plan a route basing on weather and road conditions. Free Wi-Fi, fresh bottled water, a phone charger and A/C are also a part of the service.
Book a private transfer from Vienna to Prague online - the process is quick and simple. And we will take care of all trip arrangements for you. No hustle, no crowds, no nerves! The cost is fixed, no extra fees and charges will be applied after booking. Online support 24 hours 7 days a week. Traveling in a luxurious private car from from Vienna to Prague you will fully enjoy your time!
Before going to Prague you should definitely follow the tips below. They will help you avoid puzzling situations and will make your experience trouble free, joyful and well-organized.
Download offline map of Prague. For strolling around the city we recommend you downloading Mapy.cz application, which will allow you to use a city map offline. There are app versions for Android, iOS and Windows phones. Another wise alternative is Maps.me application. Be sure to download the map of Prague in advance not to search for WiFi in the middle of the city.
Check online cultural guide. If your purpose is not only visiting standard tourists sights but spending time in a funny and interesting manner, make use of Goout.cz service. This website is a detailed guideline to cultural life of Prague. Upcoming festivals, exhibitions, performances and all other events are announced there. Plus a possibility to buy a ticket online.
Be moneywise. Though the Czech Republic is a part of the EU, you won’t be able to use euro here, so you’ll face the necessity to exchange money. And not to get fooled, check the currency exchange rate in advance. Of course, it’s wise to have a credit or debit card for transactions in cafes and shops, but in some cases it won’t help. For example, when it comes to buying tickets for public transport, coins are needed because cards and bills frequently are not accepted.
Take care of your mobile connection. If you cannot live a day without a phone and Internet just like millions of other people, you will need a local SIM card. It refers to tourists coming from outside of the EU only, as SIM cards of other European countries work in Prague without problems. However, if you need a local SIM card, consider a Vodafone data SIM with 4, 8 or 10GB for 30 days. Thus you will be online to get calls, check messages, update maps, use Tripadvisor and other important tools for a traveler.
Choose best weather conditions. Prague looks charming all year long, and every season has its own attractiveness. However, being a popular tourist destination it gets overcrowded in the summer months. Besides, an unexpected heat wave may spoil the experience of studying the city. So if you have options, choose late spring or early autumn. Another magnificent season is Christmas when the city is fabulously decorated and there is a chance to visit the XMas market.