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

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 534 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 Budapest as well as from Budapest to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 487 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 Budapest as well as from Budapest to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 562 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 Budapest as well as from Budapest to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 562 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 Budapest as well as from Budapest to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 487 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
Prague to Budapest transportation

Beautifully mixing classical Western European and the harsher Eastern European architecture, Budapest is a dynamic city that gets livelier every day. Its youth seeks to abandon the Soviet influence and creates a trendy city with plenty offers to both tourists and residents alike.

The Hungarian capital is actually composed of two sides, which were once two separate cities, Buda and Pest. Although they are now one unified city, it is still possible to see the differences between the two banks of the Danube river. Budapest is a single city, yes, but both Buda and Pest still keep their separate identities.

The two sides are filled with history, but Buda has kept more of its classical charm. The western, hilly side of the Danube has actual history running through its veins. There are plenty of royal palaces, ancient spas, and other history-filled buildings.

On the other hand, the eastern bank, Pest, has a more cosmopolitan identity. Pest is trendy and young. Art Nouveau buildings, exquisite museums and hundreds of bars and chic restaurants characterize Pest and breathe life into it. The city is undergoing a gastronomical renaissance and delicious food is aplenty. Its nightlife is also one of the best in Europe, and you will find the better-known bars in Pest.

Although perhaps better known for its thermal baths, Budapest is a lot more than that. Architecturally, the city is a sight to behold. Buda Castle, the Parliament, or the Fisherman’s Bastion, are buildings which attract thousands of tourists every year to gaze at their architecture.

Culturally the city is also very rich. There are museums and historical buildings everywhere, so you will never run out of things to do if you’re into history. The city’s culture is so important, that UNESCO has given Budapest a World Heritage status.

What to visit in Budapest

Parliament Building

A Gothic Revival wonder, the Hungarian Parliament is perhaps the largest building in Hungary. Tourists can tour certain areas of the enormous building, or admire it from the other side of the Danube.

Gellert Baths

One of the better-known spas in Budapest, the Gellert Bath is one of the top relaxation destinations in Budapest. This bathhouse has everything, from open-air pools to Finnish saunas and wave pools. The building was badly damaged during World War II, but was rebuilt in 2008 and regained its amazing Art Nouveau style.

Szechenyi Spa

The Szechenyi Spa is another of the better-known bathhouses and Gellert’s biggest competitor. The complex has 11 medicinal pools and 8 swimming pools, making it one of the largest spa complexes in Europe.

House of Terror

The building of the House of Terror was once upon a time used as a prison and torture chamber by Hungary’s secret service. It also served as headquarters for the short-ruling fascist party, the Arrow Cross party. Visitors can tour the prison area and learn more about the murderous regime. There are victim testimonials and other temporary exhibitions.

Reviews of transfers between Prague and Budapest

  • Transfer from Budapest to Bratislava

    By Linda P. on 15th July

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin and the team, thank you for organizing the transfer from Budapest to Bratislava. Everything was great.

  • One way taxi from Budapest to Vienna with sightseeing in Bratislava

    By Mustaffa M. on 24th August

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Martin and the 24/7/365 EU, please let me express my gratitude for excellent services. The driver Igor with his Mercedes Benz made the trip from Budapest to Vienna easy and enjoyable. The guide in Bratislava was amazing and very informative. Thank you and good luck with you European transfers!

  • One way taxi from Budapest to Prague with sightseeing in Vienna and Cesky Krumlov

    By Robert D. on 10th October

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Perfect service. The day was long, but exactly what we wanted. Driver was attentive, kind and always ready to help or talk. I will recommend your services to all my friends traveling to Europe.

  • From Prague to Budapest

    By Dennis Z. on 15th August

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Thank you for the transfer from Prague to Budapest.

  • From Budapest to Prague by two minivans

    By Alwyn A. on 10th November

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    We hired two minivans to take our group from Budapest to Prague. We were very happy with Martin and Miroslav. Excellent driver, excellent service.

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