Taxi from PRAGUE to BUDAPEST or vice versa

We provide door-to-door taxi service between Prague and Budapest as well as between many other destinations in Europe by premium Mercedes-Benz vehicles with qualified drivers. Our dispatchers will help you to find points of interest along your route so you can arrange a scenic transfer with sightseeing stopovers or hire our chauffeured car for multiple days to spend stress-free holiday in utmost comfort.

Please select your car:

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Sedan E-Class

up to 3 passengers
2 medium luggage

560 EUR

SUV M-Class

up to 4 passengers
5 medium luggage

650 EUR

Minivan V-Class
up to 6 passengers

8 medium luggage

580 EUR

Limousine S-Class
up to 3 passengers

3 medium luggage

1100 EUR

… Did you know?


  • magnificent city, where history meets today, has been called many nicknames, such as the “The City of 100 Towers/ The Rooftop of Europe/ The Golden City or The Mother of Cities”
  • capital and largest city in the Czech Republic
  • historic centre of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites
  • in the Mala Strana in the heart of the city, the Infant Jesus of Prague (also known as the Child of Prague) is a Roman Catholic statue of Jesus Christ as an infant
  • the Prague Castle is confirmed as the largest castle complex in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records
  • Prague’s oldest pipe organ is in the Church of Mother of God before Týn
  • Zizkov Television tower became an iconic part of Prague thanks to the addition of giant sculptures created by famous Czech sculptor David Černý
  • visit Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock Strike an Hour, Golden Lane, Clementinum Library, Powder Tower, Charles Bridge, Vyšehrad, Old Jewish Ghetto, Municipal House, Petrin Hill, Letna Park, Manifesto Market, National Theater, Kampa Island, Lennon Wall, Dancing House, Wenceslas Square and Prague Zoo


  • Budapest is capital and the most populous city of Hungary, where is more than one way to discover
  • city on either side of the majestic Danube: Buda, with its romantic streets and alleyways and Pest, an effervescent cultural centre
  • discover Ottoman-era thermal baths, the royal palace and Matthias Church, it radiates calm and peace
  • one the other side lies Pest with slew of museums rich in cultural and historical treasures, extraordinary Secessionist architecture and renovated Jewish Quarter and Palace District
  • the central area of Budapest along the Danube River is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • try traditional Hungarian food like goulash soup or lángos at Budapest’s Central Market Hall or streetfood trucks
  • visit St. Stephen’s Basilica, Liberty Statue on Gellért Hill, Fisherman’s Bastion, Széchenyi Chain Bridge, Hungarian Parliament and Heroes’ Square