"Not a single complaint could be made about this transfer"

“Not a single complaint could be made about this transfer. On time, helpful, friendly, attentive. Even had to call and change my return transfer details, and the manager Christina was so helpful.This is definitely the company I'll be using for here o...more

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"We took a private taxi from Nuremberg to Prague"

“Last weekend we took a private taxi from Nuremberg to Prague. Driver was professional and was early 15 min before scheduled departure. Helped with bags. No hassle service.”

Mrs. Ralph L. - Trustpilot
"If you want a flawless trip with no troubles"

“If you want a flawless trip with no troubles, go with T&A. Perfect service, driver arrived ahead of time, the vehicle was perfect, everything was great. 5 out of 5!”

Mr. Uwe R. - Trustpilot

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  • Door-to-door in 3hrs
  • New & comfortable vehicles
  • English-speaking driver
  • Free Wi-Fi all the way


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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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Private Taxi from Nuremberg to Prague


Considering ways to travel between Prague and Nuremberg? Flights are really expensive and take surprisingly much time because you must arrive to the airport in advance and pass rigorous examinations. Taking a taxi from Nuremberg to Prague is more economical but you will hardly find a taxi company that agrees for a trip to Germany. Our suggestion is to book a private taxi from Nuremberg to Prague by T&A Transfers.

A Prague-based company T&A Transfers suggests all types of VIP transportation, including a premium taxi from Nuremberg to Prague or directly to the airport, daily tours, sightseeing trips, airport pickups, etc. Select a Mercedes from our fleet that includes cars of S, V, E-class and GLS. Free WiFi, A/C and a phone charger will make the road more interesting and pleasing.

By booking a private taxi from Nuremberg to Prague at T&A Transfers, together with a luxurious car you get a highly skilled chauffeur who speaks several languages and perfectly knows the route. Let professionals arrange your ideal trip with your safety and time saving as priority.


10 Unusual Facts about Prague


If you are coming to Prague for the first time, the city will meet you with multiple tourists attractions and a vast variety of things to do in the city. It goes without saying that every tourist must see here such sites as the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle complex, the Old Town Square and the famous Astronomical Clock, the Petrin Hill and its lookout tower, Vyshegrad and Wenceslas Square. Nevertheless, even if you are a frequent guest in the Czech Republic, you will doubtlessly find how to spend time in a fun and interesting way because Prague is charming, historically rich and contemporary city. 


Anyway, whatever your reason for visiting Prague is, it’s always curious to learn some facts about the place that few people now. Here are some of them:


-Prague is divided by the Vltava - the longest river in the country. Actually the city was founded on the banks of the river. 18 bridges link both sides of the river within the area of the city and their number grows yearly.

-If you happen to come to Prague on June 20th and 21st, enjoy the summer solstice from the tower gate on the Old-Tower end of the Charles Bridge. Only these days the sun hides behind St. Vitus Cathedral with the last sun rays illuminating precisely the spot where St. Vitus’s remains are buried.

-The citizens drink more beer per capita than any other country in the world. You may notice that in some menus beer costs less than water. And no wonder, beer is brewed and sold here for over 1000 years. Sometimes locals refer to beer as “liquid bread”.

-Originally in the Czech Republic beer was brewed by monks. The first recording dates back to 993 AD and Prague’s Břevnov Monastery. Soon it has turned into the major activity of some monasteries throughout the country.

-The famous and the most visited clock - the Astronomical Clock - was set up in 1410, which makes it the 3rd oldest astronomical clock in the entire world. By the way, you must see its hourly performance.

-The night lightning of Prague Castle was sponsored by the world known group the Rolling Stones. After playing in Prague in 1990 they turned into true admirers of the complex and decided to finance a new lighting system that could highlight the grandeur of the site at night.

-Prague has the wall dedicated to John Lennon. After the singer’s murder in 1980, his image was painted in front of the French Embassy. Later on the original image was supplemented by other images and lyrics. The wall has become a symbol of nonviolence and free speech.

-The tallest building in Prague is the TV Tower - surreal and unusual. According to most locals, this is the ugliest construction in the city, especially due to weird statues of crawling babies on its walls. Horrible or terrifying? You have to see to decide it for yourself.

-In Prague stands the oldest active synagogue dated by 1270. The Old New Synagogue, also known as Altneuschul. Such an unusual name means that the building bears stones from the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. You can find the synagogue in the Jewish Quarter.