“This was one of the best transfer experiences I’ve ever had. The driver was professional and friendly. The car was exactly as I expected - new, luxurious, with cooling AC and truly comfortable. Good pricing. My recommendations!” “This was one of the best transfer experiences I’ve ever had. The driver was professional and friendly. The car was exactly as I expected - new, luxurious, with cooling AC and truly comfortable. Good pricing. My recommendations!”
“Booked a private car from Prague to Budapest and back directly at the website. The process was quick and simple. I preferred to pay online not to mess around with money in a car. Good communication from manager Sophia. And of course, my special than...more “Booked a private car from Prague to Budapest and back directly at the website. The process was quick and simple. I preferred to pay online not to mess around with money in a car. Good communication from manager Sophia. And of course, my special thanks to David, my driver, for safe, quick and comforting ride.”
“2 weeks ago we had a private transfer from Prague to Budapest with T&A. We enjoyed everything: really polite service, quick and helpful communication from a manager, different payment options, professional drivers and top-class clean Mercedes. Would...more “2 weeks ago we had a private transfer from Prague to Budapest with T&A. We enjoyed everything: really polite service, quick and helpful communication from a manager, different payment options, professional drivers and top-class clean Mercedes. Would use again for sure.”
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If you put comfort and punctuality into priority, check out benefits that our services suggest you. By booking a private car from Prague to Budapest, you get a high-class car with a personal chauffeur – professional, well-suited, with high knowledge of English. Except for a chauffeur, you get a series of other benefits. At your disposal there will be a Mercedes of E, S, V-class and GLS, experienced chauffeur in suit, free Wi-Fi all the way, fresh water, phone charger and air conditioning.
Family travelers will evaluate the comfort of traveling without queues, multiple transfers and carrying luggage all the time. Business travelers will get a chance to make a right impression on their business partners by arriving in a premium car instead of a shuttle bus or even a taxi. Whatever your travel purpose is, a chauffeured private transfer from Prague to Budapest is a good idea.
Booking our private car from Prague to Budapest will make your trip quick, safe and comfortable. Your itinerary will be made up individually considering your plans and wishes. Book online and enjoy!
Budapest, being the capital and the most populous city of Hungary is also the tenth largest city in the entire European Union. Its history started when an early Celtic settlement was formed here, later transformed into a part of the Holy Roman Empire. Then in the 9th century the Hungarians came to this place to create their homeland. And by the 15th century the settlement named Buda has turned into one of the major centers of Renaissance culture.
Nowadays Budapest is a culturally and financially prosperous city worth of visiting. So if you are planning your trip to Budapest, here is a simple guide to the principal sights to visit during your stay:
Buda Castle is the highlight of the capital, included in UNESCO World Heritage list. The palace complex dates back to the 13th century, but its major part was renovated in the 18th century in Baroque style. These days the complex is home to the History museum and the National gallery.
Parliament building is the seat of the National Assembly that lies on the banks of the Danube creating a charming picture. Designed in neo-Gothic style, the parliament seat was opened in 1902. Currently it is the largest building in Hungary.
St. Stephen’s Basilica is a Roman Catholic basilica named in honor of the first king of Hungary. The site for building the church was selected not by accident. Formerly that was a place for a theatre where animal fights were held. Later on people created there a temporary church and started to plan a building of a future cathedral. Till 1920 it was the 6th largest church in the country.
Fisherman’s Bastion is one of the most beloved and visited monument in Budapest. It stands in the Buda Castle complex and can boast of the astounding facade and marvelous views onto the Danube river and the city. The bastion was built in the end of the 19th century in neo-Romanesque style on the base of the Buda Castle walls.
Matthias Church, also known as the Church of Our Lady dates back to the 13th century. The south doorway features an incredibly beautiful and exquisite relief of the Death of Mary. After Turkish occupation the church was renovated in the Baroque style. Matthias Church served as a scene for major historic events, such as the coronations of Hungarian rulers.
Heroes’ Square is a huge impressive open space with the Millenium monument as a centerpiece. The monument is a 36-meter column with the Archangel Gabriel on top and a group of bronze horsemen that represent Magyar Prince Árpád and six of his warriors.
Városliget, also known as City Woodland Park is the 302-acre green recreational spot with a pretty lake. The history of the park started in the 19th century, and since then many additions were made. Nowadays, the park houses the Municipal Zoological and Botanical Garden, the Palace of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Tivoli Pleasure park, the Transport museum, huge stadium, Vajdahunyad Castle and even open-air Széchenyi Medicinal Bath.