"We loved the service level. 5 stars!"

“We were looking for a comfortable intercity transfer for late night and that was a huge problem. That’s when we found T&A and booked their private taxi from Munich to Prague. The late pickup was not a problem for them. The car was high-class, exactl...more

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"We enjoyed our experience"

“Hello from Germany! We enjoyed our experience of taking a private taxi from Munich to Prague and back last weekend. That was a great Czech weekend. Large and comfy van for 6 of us with AC and Wi-Fi. Fast transfer, enough space for all bags. We are f...more

Mr. Mark L. - Trustpilot

“Good experience and high services level. The driver looked and behaved professionally. The pickup was timely, safe ride and clean new car. And the price is fair. I will recommend your company to my friends and colleagues.”

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Your route

  • Door-to-door in 3hrs 50min
  • 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 Taxi from Munich to Prague


Travelling between German business center of Munich and the Czech capital of Prague is highly popular in the last years. So it’s essential to select an appropriate transfer method. Taking a bus or train will save your budget but will take lots of your time. Taking a taxi from Munich to Prague is close to impossible because a rare taxi company ever agrees for an intercountry ride. In this case the best solution is booking a private taxi from Munich to Prague.


A Prague-based premium transport company T&A Transfers is devoted to suggesting private transfers, airport pickups, daily tours, limousine services and a private taxi from Munich to Prague and back. You select a premium Mercedes from our fleet and a personal chauffeur with excellent knowledge of both cities and the route. Free WiFi, air conditioning, a phone charger and bottled water will make your trip more enjoyable. 


Book a Mercedes taxi from Munich to Prague at T&A Transfers to get VIP service. We guarantee you punctuality, high comfort and safety.



Your Ideal Route for One Day in Prague


Prague is one of the most controversial cities in Europe and probably in the whole world. The reason is its unique mixture of historic architecture and contemporary art, green gardens and steel & stone towers, relaxing atmosphere of parks and busy overcrowded city center. But one thing causes no doubts - every person must see Prague, even if you are short in time and can dedicate just 1 day for exploring the capital of the Czech Republic.


Starting your day in Prague, wake up at 7 am to walk along the famous Charles Bridge before 8 am. The reason for an early wake-up is absence of crowds of tourists. This is the only chance to see the prominent attraction at its full beauty. The Charles Bridge is a true museum in open air. Its balustrades are decorated by 30 statues of Czech saints and patron saints, such as St. Luthard, John of Nepomuk or the Holy Crucifix and Calvary. Actually, few people know that the statues have been already replaced by replicas that are exhibited in the National Museum. The reason is floods and destructive effect of tourism. 


After a stroll along the bridge, head to the left bank where Prague Castle stands. Built in the 9th century, this complex is now the official residence of the Czech president. According to the Guiness Book of Records, the Prague castle complex is the largest in the world with an overall territory of almost 70,000 square meters. In the complex you can probably see all architectural styles of the previous centuries. The neighborhood around Prague Castle is called Hradčany.


After exploring Prague castle and it surroundings, head south to the Petrin Hill. If you feel tired, take a funicular to the top, otherwise climb a bit more than 1km up the hill by wavy roads and high stairs. In the middle of the way you will see a charming cafe where you can eat, relax and marvel the fabulous views. On the hilltop stands a lookout tower with probably one of the best views onto the city. Climb the tower, it is definitely worth it. Also here you can enjoy a charming rose garden, a mirror maze, an observatory, the Memorial to the Victims of Communism and many other interesting sites.


Finish your day on the right bank of the Vltava river where the majestic Wenceslas Square with the National Museum and the famous Old Town Tower and Astronomical Clock are located. 


If you are short of time, we recommend you taking a private taxi from Munich to Prague or back. This lets you save time significantly and permits you travelling safely, fast and with comfort. What else to desire.