Door-to-door taxi from
BERLIN to DRESDEN
or vice versa

Sedan E-Class
up to 3 passengers

2 medium luggage

alcantara or textile seats, zone air-conditioning, tinted windows, 4-cylinder engine, phone chargers, Wi-Fi

350 EUR
SUV M-Class
up to 4 passengers

5 medium luggage

luxury air suspension,​ PRE-SAFE® system, permanent all-wheel drive, luxury leather seats (all reclining)​, great riding experience with 6-cylinder engine, Wi-Fi, umbrellas

430 EUR
Minivan V-Class
up to 6 passengers

8 medium luggage

premium leather captain’s chairs, luxury air suspension, panoramic glass roof, head airbags (all seats), great riding experience with 6-cylinder engine, Wi-Fi

360 EUR
Limousine S-Class
up to 3 passengers

3 medium luggage

all seats electrically adjustable, all seats heated and cooled, panoramic glass roof, great riding experience with 6-cylinder engine, Wi-Fi, umbrellas

630 EUR

You can choose from many other destinations in Europe too.

We do guarantee the selected car specification (no “alternatives” or “equivalents”). 

All our cars are equipped as the most luxurious configuration provided by Mercedes-Benz manufacturer.

 

… Did you know?

Berlin

  • capital and largest city of Germany, where is always something going on!
  • enjoy easter bonfires in spring, boat trips and barbecues in the park in summer, light festival in autumn, Christmas markets and wellness in winter and sightseeing in every season
  • home to world-renowned universities, orchestras, museums, entertainment venues and sporting events
  • Berlin’s signature attraction is Brandenburg Gate, built in 1791 and it was just one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin which, at that time, was still a manageable size
  • visit Reichstag, Berlin Television Tower, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin Cathedral, Kurfürstendamm, Charlottenburg Palace, Potsdamer Platz, Museum Island, The Berlin Wall Memorial and Documentation Centre

Dresden

  • capital city of Saxony in Germany that have been resurrected since the war
  • see renovated majestic Frauenkirche, which was totally destroyed in 1945
  • dedicated to the Wettin dynasty of Saxony, Fürstenzug or the ‘Procession of Princes’ is a 330-foot-long porcelain mural
  • Zwinger Palace is one of the most excellent examples of late Baroque architecture in Germany
  • discover the Hof der Elemente (Courtyard of the Elements), which has a tangle of drainpipes shaped like musical instruments on the facade
  • visit Zwinger’s Sempergalerie houses, Semperoper, Green Vault, Albertinum, Dresden Cathedral, Brühl’s Terrace, Dresden Transport Museum, Deutches Hygiene museum, Dresden Castle,Pillnitz castle and park, Yenidze, New Synagogue and Old market