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

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 171 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 Dresden as well as from Dresden to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 156 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 Dresden as well as from Dresden to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 180 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 Dresden as well as from Dresden to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 180 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 Dresden as well as from Dresden to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 156 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

Once known as the “Venice of the River Elbe”, or as the “Florence of the North”, Dresden is not the city it once was, but it still is a magnificent city with plenty of architectural wonders.

It is almost impossible to believe that Dresden was completely razed by the Allies during World War II and that the rebuilding efforts turned it into one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, but the proof is in front of every visitor’s eyes. A former hallmark of Baroque architecture, Dresden’s history is a painful, yet hopeful one.

The city was home to Saxon princes and kings and most buildings dated back to the Wettiner reign, however almost 80% of the historic center was destroyed during the War. Despite the destruction and the casualties (which are still remembered every year), the rebuilding process brought the city center to its former glory, even though some buildings are still undergoing maintenance.

Perhaps its most iconic symbol, the Frauenkirche, the Church of Our Lady, was totally destroyed during World War II. Despite its destruction, its materials were preserved and used to rebuild the famous church. This story also applies to several other buildings in the center.

Besides being filled with history, Dresden has so many attractions that tourists will not be able to see them all in a single day. Although the city center is perfectly walkable, some attractions are a bit further and will require transportation. However, this should not be an issue, since our chauffeurs are familiar with Dresden.

What to visit in Dresden

Frauenkirche

The Church of Our Lady is an exquisite piece of Baroque architecture and should be visited by everyone that visits Dresden. Originally completed in 1743, the Fraunkirche was completely destroyed during World War II. The rebuilding process only started in 1994 and used most of the material of the original building. The rebuild was completed in 2005 and the Fraunkirche was been Dresden’s most famous attraction ever since.

Zwinger Palace

The Zwinger Palace houses several museums and galleries inside. The palace itself is a hallmark of Baroque architecture and should be seen both from the inside and the outside.

Zwinger’s Semper Gallery

The Semper Gallery, or Sempergalerie, is one of the most exquisite Renaissance art collections in the entire world. This gallery houses works by famous Renaissance painters such as Rembrandt, Rafael, Vermeer and many other masters.

Semperoper

This opera house combines Baroque and Renaissance architecture and is another famous attraction. Both the Semperoper and the Sempergalerie are named after their architect, and one of Germany’s greatest, Gottfried Semper. The opera house is decorated by several statues of famous writers and dramaturgs, such as Shakespeare and Goethe.

Dresden Castle

The Royal Palace is where most important historical artifacts and treasures are stored. Besides serving as a storage room for the crown’s treasures, the Dresden Castle also houses several museums, like the Dresden Armory and the Turkish Chamber.

Reviews of transfers between Prague and Dresden

  • Dresden to Prague

    By Sergey V. on 26th May 2010

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Thanks for your help in
    Dresden, I'm happy I chose you. I couldn't have
    imagined a better transfer, thanks again :-))) Wish you good luck and prosperous future... I believe you'll be a success, because you love your work.

  • Bellevue Hotel Dresden to Prague Hotel Josef door to door private transfer

    By Paul F. on 2010

    Rating: 1 out of 10

    Great service!

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