Booking a transfer from Prague to Bratislava or from Bratislava 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 Bratislava as well as from Bratislava to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 353 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 Bratislava as well as from Bratislava to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 321 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 Bratislava as well as from Bratislava to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 371 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 Bratislava as well as from Bratislava to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 371 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 Bratislava as well as from Bratislava to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 321 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
Bratislava

The proximity of Bratislava to Vienna makes it so that the Slovakian capital is often visited on a day trip from the Austrian capital. Often, tourists discard staying in Bratislava due to thinking that there is not as much to do as in other capitals. They are wrong.

Yes, Bratislava does not have as many museums or points of interest as neighboring Vienna, and perhaps is not as busy as other cities, yet Bratislava is a vibrant city filled with both Medieval and Gothic history and numerous palaces and churches.

Up until the 20th century, Bratislava was called Pressburg and it had been a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire for over 1000 years. After the dissolution of the empire and the end of the Slovakian repression, the city was renamed to Bratislava, a callback to the city’s name before it had been a part of Austro-Hungary, Braslav.

Perhaps one entire week is a little too much time to spend in the Slovakian capital if you are planning on packing every single day with activities, but Bratislava is totally worth it if you intend on staying for 3 or 4 nights.

The city’s position near the Danube also offers several river cruises and other nature-related activities.

Bratislava is definitely a city that should stay on your radar and that you shouldn’t overlook when planning your trip to Eastern Europe.

What to visit in Bratislava

Bratislava Castle

The Bratislava Castle is probably the most famous building in Bratislava. This gigantic building is built on a site which has been fortified for hundreds of years and was the seat of the Hungarian kings from the 1600 to the 1800s. The National Museum is located inside the castle and houses several historical artifacts.

Slavín War Memorial

The Slavín War Memorial is a monument to the Soviet troops killed in 1945 during the liberation of Bratislava. The memorial was unveiled in 1960 and stands in front of six graves that hold the remains of almost 7 000 Soviet soldiers. It is possible to climb to the top of the memorial for an unparalleled view of the city and its surroundings.

St. Elizabeth’s Church

Famous for its blue color, the St. Elizabeth’s Church was envisioned by the Hungarian Guadí, Ödön Lechner. This Art Nouveau building mixes Baroque, Oriental and Romanesque design and is a must visit for those with an interest in architecture.

St. Martin’s Cathedral

This 15th century Gothic cathedral is located in the shadow of the Bratislava Castle. This cathedral was where the king of Hungary coronation took place and is filled with historical statues and paintings.

Devin Castle

The Devin Castle is located a bit out of hand, but it is worth the trip. The ruins of this 5th century BC castle on the confluence of the Danube and the Morava are 10 kms away from the city center. The castle was active until Napoleon dealt it its final blow in the early 19th century. Now, it is the perfect scenic day trip for tourists in Bratislava.

Reviews of transfers between Prague and Bratislava

  • Transfer from Prague to Bratislava

    By Ajun T. on 4th January

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Thank you, Martin, for organizing a great ride from Prague to Bratislava. The driver was kind and on time. We felt safe and pampered.

  • Day trip from Prague to Bratislava

    By Agatha R. on 23rd March

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Thank you for flawless transportation. The Mercedes Benz car was very comfortable and driver was careful. We enjoyed the day trip from Prague to Bratislava. Bad we did not have more time to spend in Bratislava.

  • One way trip from Bratislava to Prague

    By Ashok A. on 8th April

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin, we were very pleased with our driver, who took our party of 6 adults and one infant from Bratislava to Prague. The minivan was spacious as you promised. Also the free baby seat made the trip easier and safer. Good luck with your business!

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