“We booked a private car from Prague to Munich. I liked the option of paying on spot to the driver because I felt dubious to pay in advance. The driver was waiting for us at the booked time when we came to the apartment entrance. He behaved professio...more “We booked a private car from Prague to Munich. I liked the option of paying on spot to the driver because I felt dubious to pay in advance. The driver was waiting for us at the booked time when we came to the apartment entrance. He behaved professionally. The trip was pleasant and comforting thanks to AC and Wi-Fi. And the cost seemed fair to me. The service is really worth it.”
“Last weekend I was googling for transfer companies, and T&A drove my attention by well-designed and clear website with all necessary information displayed on the main page. After checking the price for a private transfer from Prague to Munich I’ve r...more “Last weekend I was googling for transfer companies, and T&A drove my attention by well-designed and clear website with all necessary information displayed on the main page. After checking the price for a private transfer from Prague to Munich I’ve realized that this service fully corresponds to my wishes and budget.”
“Our family returned home for our Prague vacations. As we had no energy for booking a flight, searching a transfer to the airport in both cities and passing all these procedures with kids, we called to T&A again (that was our 2nd time this year). Tha...more “Our family returned home for our Prague vacations. As we had no energy for booking a flight, searching a transfer to the airport in both cities and passing all these procedures with kids, we called to T&A again (that was our 2nd time this year). Thank God, the car was available that data, so we immediately booked it. The ride was as perfect as always. We saved so much time and felt happy about the decision.”
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Going from Prague to Munich the first step of a successful trip is choosing a transfer method by your wish. If your priority is to save every cent, then a shuttle bus or train will be your choice. But if you value time and comfort without unpleasant road nuances, a private car from Prague to Munich is the best option.
T&A Transfers is the Czech company providing car services within the European Union. Booking a private transfer from Prague to Munich at our company is affordable now not only for businessmen, but for family travelers as well. Fixed pricing, airport pickup, individual route are just a small part of the benefits you get by taking a chauffeured private car from Prague to Munich.
T&A Transfers puts comfort and safety of clients at first place. That’s why the company fleet consists of top-class Mercedes cars and we hire only highly skilled chauffeurs. Book a private transfer from Prague to Munich at our website. And you will arrive to a destination in time and with highest comfort whether it’s a business trip or a family journey.
Culturally rich, fun-loving, beautiful and modern, the city of Munich is one of the most visited sites in Germany. Given a vast variety of tourists sights and things to do, you should expect that your pastime in Munich will be excellent. And here are some ideas for your ideal day or weekend in the weekend:
Marienplatz. The central square of Munich is named Marienplatz. In the medieval ages it was a site for tournaments, later on it served as a market. Now this wide square houses Altes Rathaus, the Mariensäule - the Virgin Mary column - and a beautiful fountain with bronze figures. In front of the Neues Rathaus people stop to marvel the famous Glockenspiel. If you happen to come to Munich before Christmas, the Marienplatz will host a marvelous Christmas Market.
Frauenkirche. High brick church Frauenkirche is a Gothic building of the 15th century. The Frauenkirche bears two 100 meter towers. Entering the church, pay attention to a footprint on the porch. There is a weird legend saying that the footprint was left by the devil. He stamped the foot leaving the mark as he felt delighted by the fact that the church had no windows. In reality there are windows, but they cannot be seen from the entrance due to a row of columns. By the way, the towers of Frauenkirche are a perfect lookout point over the city and the Bavarian Alps.
Nymphenburg Palace. Created as a summer residence for Bavarian rulers in the 17th century, the Nymphenburg Palace is a vast and charming complex with a fountain, gardens of Nymphenburg park, the Central Pavilion, the chapel, court stables turned now into the Marstallmuseum and multiple statues.
BMW Museum. A round contemporary metal building attracting attention both from the air and ground is BMW Museum. It has several storeys with exhibitions in chronological order that narrate the history of creation of their first bikes, cars, racing cars. Much attention is drawn to the future where you can touch eco materials and even see incredible autonomic car prototypes.
The Olympic Park. Next to the BMW Museum lies a vast area of the Olympic Park. Created to the 1972 summer Olympic Games, the park area covers about 2.7 million m2. Originally this territory was used as a training ground of the Royal Bavarian Army. After the closure of the games, the complex turned into a large recreational center and a popular place for sports, music and cultural events.