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

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 515 EUR
  • Mercedes Benz Vito Tourer Select

    Premium German minivans are suitable for up to 7 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 Vienna as well as from Vienna to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 465 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 Vienna as well as from Vienna to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 664 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 Vienna as well as from Vienna to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 515 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 Vienna as well as from Vienna to Prague.

    Final price inclusive all fees and taxes: 432 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
Transportation from Prague to Vienna

Prague to Vienna

The journey from Prague to Vienna takes about 4 hours by private transfer or about the same if you opt for the train or bus. Public flights from Prague to Vienna take about 45 minutes and are operated by Austrian Airlines.  Another way to travel from Prague to Vienna can be a private jet or a helicopter, there are various providers in Europe.

Prague to Vienna by chauffeured car

Traveling by a chauffeured car is the most comfortable, but also one of the more expensive options. The comfortable car transfer is sought by solo travelers or couples. Alternatively travelers that prefer privacy, often choose to self drive a rental car. Renting a car in Europe is easy. The problem is when return is done in other country than the country of the rental origin. When renting a car, the real deal is the car parking, which first can be expensive and second it can be very difficult.

Cost of a private transfer from Prague to Vienna is the most reasonable, if booked by 4 or 8 passengers. Maximum capacity of Skoda Superb is 4 persons and 4 pieces of luggage. Eight passengers can benefit from large Mercedes Benz Vito minivan. When you share the cost among 4 – 8 passengers, the price per person is pretty reasonable.

Advantages of self driven rental car and chauffeured car

  • door to door
  • flexible departure time
  • very economical for groups of 4 – 8 passengers
  • freedom to stop en route
  • privacy

Prague to Vienna by public bus

There are plenty of buses on the route between Prague and Vienna. Flixbus takes 4 hours and 5 minutes in average, RegioJet takes about 30 minutes longer. The costs of the ticket starts at 12.90€ per person. Prices are variable and depend on the time of the day and season. Flixbus departs Prague from UAN Florenc and the Main Train Station hub. The station in Vienna is called Erdberg. The RegioJet start at UAN Florenc in Prague and ends in Vienna at Main Train Station at Sudtiroler Platz). Both buses will drop you off right in the city center. If you travel without luggage or with small bag, bus can be very cheap and convenient way to get from Prague to Vienna.

Advantages of bus

  • low price for solo travelers and couples

Prague to Vienna by train

Trains from Prague to Vienna are available almost every two hours throughout the day and cost from 14€ per person. The connection is between the Prague Main Train Station (referred to as Praha Hl. N.; Praha Hlavni Nadrazi) and Vienna Hbf (HauptBahnhof – the main train station). Both train stations are in the heart of its city. Those who seek accommodation in the vicinity of the train station, can check the for available hotels. Staying near the train station can save you some expenses, as you will not need a taxi or other sort of transportation.

The trains are operated by Czech Rail, Austrian Railways and RegioJet. You can learn more about traveling in the Central Europe by train in our blog.

Do not get confused by the name of RegioJet, which is the operator of trains on the Prague to Vienna route and the railjet, which is the term used by both Czech Rail and Austrian Rail for the top-class train available. The letters RJ as well as EC can be then seen at the ticket, where RJ stands for RailJet and EC stands for the EuroCity.

All trains offer free Wifi, air condition, power sockets at all seats and relatively cheap fares. There are fewer trains by RegioJet per day.

There are minor differences between the trains ran by Austrian/Czech Rail and the RegioJet. The railjets are basically brand new trains and there is a at-seat food & drink service in first and business class at extra charge. The railjets have a proper restaurant for all passengers and there is drought beer on the tap. RegioJet does not offer the railjets. There is onboard foor and drink service. The service is available in all the classes but the lo-cost. Passengers are offered a free Italian coffee and bottled water.

RegioJet unlikely CD and Austrian Rail offer seat reservation at the basic cost. CD and AR charge a little extra for seat reservation.

Read more about what tickets to book and what the trains look like at the, the in my opinion best train travel website out there.

Advantages of train

  • low price for solo travelers and couples
  • comfortable and spacious travel
  • city center to city center
  • reasonable costs of extra comfort and services

Vienna city guide

The Austrian capital is known by many names. Whether you call it “The City of Dreams” or “The City of Music”, Vienna is one of the highest ranked livable cities in the entire world, and filled with exciting things both for tourists and residents alike.

Historically, Vienna is perhaps the most important city in Austria, and one not to be frowned-upon Europe-wise. Majestic palaces and antique buildings coexist with the more modern, trendy side of Vienna without clashing and give the city a unique vibe.

Since 1/3rd of the Austrian population lives in Vienna, the city has plenty of activities that constantly keep it booming with life. Besides its many museums and galleries, Vienna has an exciting nightlife, as well as hundreds of events throughout the year that are sure to keep its residents and visitors happy.

Although some people visit Vienna for the great food, others visit it due to its historic and cultural significance. Its architecture is almost unparalleled in the entire continent, with buildings with beautiful Baroque facades and centuries-worth of history that will leave every visitor in awe. Palaces are also aplenty in Vienna, and there are probably more than the average person can count.

The old mixes with the new and visitors will find in Vienna quaint little streets filled with luxury brands and bric-a-brac stores. Then there are the gigantic avenues and the seemingly never-ending gardens, filled with people enjoying the (mostly) good weather.

Vienna is also a very popular destination for Danube river cruise travelers, since the Handelskai docks located near the Reichsbrucke (The Empire bridge) are often used as a start of Danube river cruise by many cruise companies.

What to visit in Vienna

St. Stephen’s Cathedral

The St. Stephen’s Cathedral is probably the most iconic church in the whole country. Due to its height it is visible from most places in Vienna, and often used as a reference point. The church has several smaller chapels, as well as a grand total of 18 altars.


The Town Hall of Vienna was built in the 19th century in a Neo-Gothic style. It is similar to town halls in Belgium, with a gigantic tower standing at the middle. Visitors can go on one of the guided tours and marvel at the enormous rooms of this town hall.

Hofburg Palace

As most visitors will notice, Vienna kind of has a thing for colossal palaces. The Hofburg Palace is the official residence of the Austrian president, but tourists are free to take a tour of the complex and visit the old imperial apartments or the palace’s museum.

Schönbrunn Gardens

A part of the Schönbrunn Palace, the Schönbrunn Gardens are over a kilometer long and have several different sections. These gardens have beautiful flower displays as well as a legitimate hedge maze. At one end of the garden stands the Schönbrunn Palace and at the other end the Gloriette, a beautiful, classical, colonnaded building where you can relax and grab something to drink.

The picture shows the palm house and the botanical gardens in the Schonbrunn Gardens.

Schönbrunn Palace

One of the main attractions in Vienna, the Schönbrunn Palace has been standing since the 1600s. It was the birthplace of several Austrian emperors and has over 1440 rooms. This colossal palace will leave its visitors awestruck with the sheer size of it and with its beautiful Baroque architecture.

The Belvedere

The Belvedere is a historic building complex in Vienna, Austria, consisting of two Baroque palaces (the Upper and Lower Belvedere), the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. The buildings are set in a Baroque park landscape in the third district of the city, on the south-eastern edge of its centre. It houses the Belvedere museum. The grounds are set on a gentle gradient and include decorative tiered fountains and cascades, Baroque sculptures, and majestic wrought iron gates. The Baroque palace complex was built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy.

The Burgtheater

The Burgtheater - Imperial Court Theatre is the Austrian National Theatre in Vienna, the most important German language theater and one of the most important theaters in the world. The Burgtheater was built in 1741 and has become known as "die Burg" by the Viennese population its theater company of more or less regular members has created a traditional style and speech typical of Burgtheater performances.

The Natural History Museum Vienna

The Natural History Museum Vienna is one of the most important natural history museums worldwide. The Natural History Museum Vienna is one of the largest museums and non-university research institutions in Austria and an important center of excellence for all matters relating to natural sciences. The museum's 39 exhibition rooms cover 8,460 square meters and present more than 100,000 objects. It is home to 30 million objects available to more than 60 scientists and numerous guest researchers who carry out basic research in a wide range of topics related to human sciences, earth sciences, and life sciences.

Parliament building

The building is located on the Ringstraße boulevard in the first district Innere Stadt, near Hofburg Palace and the Palace of Justice. It was built to house the two chambers of the Imperial Council (Reichsrat), the bicameral legislature of the Cisleithanian (Austrian) part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Since its construction, the Parliament Building has been the seat of these two houses, and their successors the National Council (Nationalrat) and the Federal Council (Bundesrat) of the Austrian legislature.

The foundation stone was laid in 1874; the building was completed in 1883. The architect responsible for its Greek Revival style was Theophil Hansen. He designed the building holistically, aiming to have each element harmonizing with all the others. He was therefore also responsible for the interior decoration, such as statues, paintings, furniture, chandeliers, and numerous other elements. Hansen was honored by Emperor Franz Joseph with the title of Freiherr (Baron) after its completion. Following heavy damage and destruction in World War II, most of the interior has been restored to its original splendour.

Reviews of transfers between Prague and Vienna

  • Vienna to Prague - scenic transfer via Cesky Krumlov

    By Sallie Singleton on Summer 2009

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Hi Martin, We had such a really happy and special day with you. We really loved it all.

  • Sightseeing tour from Vienna to Prague with stop in Cesky Krumlov en route

    By Elaine on Summer 2009

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Cesky Krumlov is amazing city. We enjoyed the tour and driving with your company.

  • Prague to Vienna, hotel U tri bubnu in Prague to hotel Capri in Vienna

    By James C. on Summer 2014

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Passenger did not leave any reviews, but their happy faces and thumbs up show the experience with our wagon car on the way from Prague to Vienna

  • Intercontinental Prague to Vienna Bristol

    By Kevin N. on Summer 2015

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Arrival to the Bristol Vienna was fun, thank you for the ride. Until next time!

  • Winter ride from Prague to Vienna by two minivans

    By C. C. on Winter 2013

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Thank you for the excellent driving from Prague to Vienna. Our group of 12 people was happy with your drivers and both minivans.

  • Transfer from Prague to Vienna

    By C. C. on Winter 2013

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Same group on arrival to Vienna hotel

  • Door to door taxi from Prague to Vienna

    By Marilyn D. on 15th June 2015

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin, thank you for polite, punctual and kind driver, who drove us safely from Prague to Vienna yesterday. We are looking forward to our next trip to Salzburg in 2 days!

  • Daily hire across Austria and the Czech Republic

    By Charlotte P- on 17th July 2016

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear 24/7/365, we wanted to send you a big thank you for the driver Vlasta, who drove us across Austria and the Czech Republic past 2 weeks. We had great time and we loved all the places we went through.

  • Vienna to Prague

    By Liam W. on 9th May 2018

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin, I was looking for an alternative to train from Vienna to Prague, when I came across your transportation services. I did not even realize, it was possible to travel with a driver on such a long route. I am so happy, I found you. The trip was quick, door to door and exactly as you promised for fixed price. Very reasonable cost and very time efficient. Thank you.

  • Prague to Vienna, quicker than plane, cheap as train

    By William F. on 22nd October 2018

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Dear Martin, thank you for the superb transportation services. When I booked you, I was not sure whether I wanted to go by plane, bus or train from Prague to Vienna. Then I discovered your excellent transfer services and realized that 4 hours car travel is in fact faster than going to the airport, flying over to Vienna and than again going from the Vienna airport to the city center. I also looked up trains and buses from Prague to Vienna, but at the end of the day, I wanted to have a peace of mind and chose your service. Thank you for driving me and my wife in person. It was a pleasure to meet you and I enjoyed talking to you the whole way. Good luck in your business!

  • Vienna to Prague via Kutna Hora

    By Robert R. on 24th December 2018

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Martin, thank you for driving us on the 24th December, we did not know it was the Czech Christmas day. We were impressed that the owner actually drives himself. Very personal and professional service. Truly 24/7/365, thank you.

  • Prague to Vienna by Mercedes car

    By James T. on 23rd March 2019

    Rating: 10 out of 10

    Martin and 24/7/365 EU team provide amazing and comfortable way to travel between Prague and Vienna. Do not even bother to look up trains or buses from Prague to Vienna. The hassle-free travel is priceless. Everything exactly as promised. Punctual safe driver, no hidden charges even though we paid by a credit card, fair price. Overall 10/10. Thank you.

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