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Intercity Transfers

PAT TransfersPrague Airport Transfers offer private transfers (using VIP sedan, minivan or comfortable coach vehicles) to / from any city or town in the Czech Republic and neighboring countries. The rates we offer are likely to be much cheaper than when using a normal taxi, or for larger groups, similar to train ticket prices. However, unlike travelling by train or bus, with us you can break the journey with a few hours’ visit to an interesting place en route. There will be just a small waiting charge. Also, for an extra charge, we can arrange a professional guide.

Free Minivan Upgrade

Most transfer companies will only take up to three passengers, and might not be able to store your large bags in their sedan vehicle. With us, we will accommodate groups of up to four passengers and your luggage in a bigger vehicle for no extra charge. When booking simply request “Minivan free upgrade”.

 

FAQ

PAT transfersCan we stop for a quick lunch or break along the way? Yes, we are quite happy to stop along the way at no extra charge. If you require a longer stop – over 15 minutes – we might charge a waiting fee.

What are the advantages of using your transfers compared to travelling by train or bus? Our transfers are provided with new and comfortable vehicles, and the travel time is significantly shorter. There are no other stops on the way, unless you ask us to do so (for lunch or toilet). If you travel by train or bus you will also have to add costs for getting to and from the station at both destinations, whereas our transfers are door-to-door and all-inclusive.

What is the fastest means of travel between Prague and other destinations? Except for flying (where you must add time for getting to/from the airport and checking-in time) our private transfers are the quickest way of getting around.

Can your driver recommend us some nice place for a lunch/dinner on the way? Yes, our driver will gladly help you with recommendations and any other questions you might have.

 

Most Popular Routes

PAT transfersPrague to Berlin

On the way to / from Berlin you might choose to stop in Dresden (“Florence on the Elbe”) for a short visit to this beautiful city, perhaps having lunch and visiting Zwinger Palace and the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche). The price will be slightly higher because a waiting fee will be added.

Prague to Vienna

If you wish to make your journey from Vienna to Prague more interesting, why not stop on the way in Český Krumlov (or even Linz, as we also pass this city on the way to Český Krumlov if you choose to have a stop there). Travel time will be about 1.5 hours longer than the direct route (Vienna – Prague, which passes the city of Brno) and an extra 100km will be travelled, but it is definitely worth it. We recommend at least two hours for your visit to Český Krumlov.

Prague to Budapest

Transfers from Prague to Budapest can be combined with a recommended visit to Vienna or Bratislava, which lie on the way. You can choose either to travel via Vienna or Bratislava, and stop there for a short visit to the city or just a lunch etc.

Prague to Frankfurt

Make a short stop at Pilsen on the way from or to Frankfurt. We recommend at least two hours for the Pilsen brewery tour, or one hour if you wish just to stop in the city.

Prague to Linz

The beautiful city of Český Krumlov is worth considering for a short stop on the way from or to Linz. We recommend at least two hours for a Český Krumlov stop.

Prague to Nuremberg

Make a short stop at Plzen (Pilsen) on the way from or to Nuremberg. We recommend at least two hours for the Plzen brewery tour, or one hour if you wish just to stop in the city.

Prague to Passau

Český Krumlov and České Budějovice are worth considering for a short stop on the way from or to Passau. If you decide to visit either or both of those cities, we recommend at least two hours for Český Krumlov and one hour for České Budějovice, or possibly one hour in Hluboká castle. Travel time and price will be slightly higher, because extra kilometres will be travelled and a waiting fee will be added.

Prague to Salzburg

The beautiful city of Český Krumlov is a great place for a short stop on the way from or to Salzburg. We recommend at least two hours, or if you wish to tour the city or just stop for lunch, allow at least one hour.

Prague to Krakow

Stop en route for a few hours for a visit to Auschwitz (German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp) and continue your journey to Krakow. Allow at least two hours for your visit. 

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