Booking a transfer from Prague to Berlin or from Berlin to Prague

Transportation bookings are accepted with a minimum 24 hours notice. Should you need to book the transfer with shorter notice, please call Martin: 00420 775 744 447 or send an email info@european-transfers.cz. We are available on Viber and Whatsapp as well as the Facebook messenger.

Available cars and minivans

  • Mercedes Benz E class

    Mercedes Benz E class

    Elegant German station wagon is suitable for up to 4 passengers and 5 large pieces of luggage. To secure the most comfort, Mercedes Benz E class is recommended for maximum 3 passengers.

     

    Mercedes Benz E class is available both directions from Prague to Berlin as well as from Berlin to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 363 EUR
  • Mercedes Benz Vito Tourer Select

    Premium German minivans are suitable for up to 8 passengers and 10 large pieces of luggage. To secure the most comfort, Mercedes Benz Vito minivan is recommended for maximum 7 passengers.

     

    Mercedes Benz Vito Tourer Select is available both directions from Prague to Berlin as well as from Berlin to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 331 EUR
  • Mercedes Benz S class

    Mercedes Benz S class

    Exclusive German limousine is suitable for up to 4 passengers, 3 medium pieces of luggage. Mercedes Benz S class is recommended for 2 passengers thus providing the best driving experience.

     

    Mercedes Benz S class is available both directions from Prague to Berlin as well as from Berlin to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 382 EUR
  • Mercedes Benz V class

    Mercedes Benz V class is a premium luxurious minibus (MPV) for up to 6 passengers.

     

    Mercedes Benz V class is available both directions from Prague to Berlin as well as from Berlin to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 382 EUR
  • Škoda Superb

    Škoda Superb is a premium Czech sedan / wagon car for up to 4 passengers.

    Škoda Superb is available both directions from Prague to Berlin as well as from Berlin to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 331 EUR

Pricing, inclusions, conditions

  • payment is done cash or card to the driver upon the arrival to the destination
  • tip for the driver is not included and is completely voluntary
  • all listed prices are final rates - we do not charge any extras, when you pay by a credit card
  • price is per whole vehicle and whole journey (you do not pay for the car to return empty to its city of origin)
  • private transfers - you do NOT share with other passengers, the vehicle is booked solely for your party

More benefits of 24/7/365 European Taxi & Transfers:

  • Once you booked a transfer, the rate is confirmed, the rate does not increase even if our rates go up
  • Vehicles are insured above standard limits, all cars have insured passengers' seats and baggage compartment
  • Credit cards accepted: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS (no fees, nor surcharges)
  • Premium cars and minibuses: MERCEDES BENZ: VITO, VIANO/V CLASS, E CLASS, S CLASS
  • Non smoking and air conditioned cars and minibuses
  • Economical, comfortable, door to door transfers
  • Reliable, reputable and personal service
  • Flexible, time efficient and cost effective
  • Fixed rates confirmed at the time of the booking
  • 24/7 support in English on phone: 00420 775 744 447
  • Free cancellation with a minimum 24 hours notice
  • Well recognized and recommended on the TripAdvisor
Taxi from Prague to Berlin

Berlin City Guide

There are few cities in Europe that feel as big and as important as Berlin. Maybe it is due to its recent history (World War II was not that long ago and still has repercussions today), or due to its influx of young people from all over the world. Despite the reason, Berlin’s unique vibe guarantees that visitors will definitely want to come back. Germany’s capital has been destroyed and rebuilt, divided and reunited a few too many times throughout the ages. Events such as the Thirty Years’ War, World War II and the Cold War, have given Berlin a rough time. However, its heartbreaking history also gives it a cultural and historical significance unlike many other European cities and ensures that there are hidden (and not-so-hidden) gems spread throughout the entire city.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, abandoned buildings in East Berlin were seen as the perfect workspace for artists and creatives from all over the world due to their cheap rents. This influx revigorated the city and guaranteed the permanent youthfulness that you will feel in today’s Berlin. When planning your vacations, remember to stay for at least 3 or 4 days in Berlin if you are planning on actually enjoying the city. Even if you stay for a full week you will still leave Berlin with lots of things left to do, so plan knowing that there is plenty to see, do and visit.

Also, you should know that despite being a modern city, Berlin is not a very walkable city. Points of interest are spread apart and relatively distant from each other. Luckily, the public transportation is great. There are way too many things you can see and do in Berlin to be able to list them all here. However, there are a few attractions and points of interest that must be mentioned in any Berlin city guide.

 

What to visit in Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is probably the most famous attraction in Berlin. It is almost mandatory for first-timers in Berlin to visit this neoclassical ceremonial monument erected in the late 18th century. The gate was built on the site of a former city gate which marked the start of the road from Berlin to Brandenburg and is visited by thousands of tourists each day.

Reichstag

Perhaps just as famous as the Brandenburg Gate, this late 19th century building is the meeting place of the German parliament. A fire almost destroyed it completely in 1933 and its ruins were barely touched until the end of the Cold War. After the Berlin Wall fell, the Reichstag was rebuilt as an emblem of an unified Germany.

Victory Column

The Siegessaule was built after Denmark was defeated in the Danish-Prussian war, all the way back in 1864. Although this monument once stood in front of the Reichstag, it was moved by Hitler to its current location as a part of his plan to remodel the German capital. It is possible to climb to the top of the column and to enjoy the overlook of the Tiergarten park.

Reviews of transfers between Prague and Berlin

  • Berlin to Prague transfer

    By Antonio Lastra on 30th March

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin, I am just writing to let you know that our trip from Berlin to Prague was perfect. Mirek was a very good driver and a nice person. See you next time!

  • Taxi Berlin to Dresden to Prague

    By Sallie Singleton on 19th October

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Hi Dear Martin, Just want to say thank you so very much for making the huge effort to drive us from Berlin to Dresden. We understand what an exhausting time it must have been for you but it meant everything to have you drive. Your new car is THE BEST but then you are the BEST DRIVER one could possibly dream of. I showed your photo to Elaine and she sends you her regards with great memories of our lunch in Cesky Krumlov a few years ago.

    Your recommendation of Gunther Kieb in Dresden was absolutely superb. He had done much research into Derek's family and was able to take us to the villa where grandmother lived in 1901! Once there he produced a bottle of champagne, champagne glasses and we toasted the event in the middle of the morning in the street.

    How cool and thoughtful was that!! He also had researched the train stations that Derek's great grand father designed and also took us there and they were magnificent. We drove down to Gorlitz which is the most stunning small town and well worth a visit. All in all it was a fantastic day thanks to your recommendation. Noone could have done more to help us and went to much effort with the research through his contacts. It was a marvellous day. We had such a great time in Germany!

    Martin, a thousand thanks for your wonderful help. It was a joy to see you again and I just know we shall meet again. Kind regards Sallie

  • Taxi from Prague to Berlin

    By Maxim Sobolev on 6th January

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin, thank you very much. Everything was fine. Now we arrived in Helsinki and going to Russia. Hope, I or my friends see You and your excellent drivers in future. Special thanks to driver Patrik!

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