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Transfers from Prague to Budapest

Taxi from Prague to Budapest

Prague Airport Transport offers on-demand transfer services for both individuals and groups from Prague to Budapest by taxi. Our services are available to those travelling between Prague Airport or Prague City Centre and Budapest (both ways). Transport between Prague and Budapest does not take any longer than flying between Budapest and Prague. Our transfers are also much more comfortable than travelling by train or coach. You can tell the driver to stop for a rest whenever you want. The prices we offer are all inclusive with taxes, VAT, tall charges and waiting charges. Your transfer can be customized according to your likings, such as visit of a popular place en route or a stopover for lunch. Travelling to or from Budapest Airport?

  • 5 hours, 00 minutes
  • 530 km

 

Prague to Budapest taxi fare

Prague - Budapest

1-4 passengers

Saloon car

5-8 pasengers

Minibus

> 8 passengers

XXL Minibus

From Prague Airport

9900 CZK

12900 CZK

Upon request
From Prague City Centre

9900 CZK

12500 CZK

Upon request

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Reliable Low Cost Private Taxi Transfers from Budapest to Prague

Need a low cost taxi from Budapest to Prague Airport or a Budapest to Prague taxi? Price for private taxi transfer from Prague to Budapest is fixed with no additional cost, no hidden extras, and cheaper than a normal taxi from Budapest to Prague airport. Prices are quoted per vehicle. Modification and Cancellation of the service with no charge.

  • 5 hours, 00 minutes
  • 530 km

 

Budapest to Prague taxi fare

Budapest - Prague

1-4 passengers

Saloon car

5-8 pasengers

Minibus

> 8 passengers

XXL Minibus

From Budapest Airport

9900 CZK

12900 CZK

Upon request
From Budapest City Centre

9900 CZK

12500 CZK

Upon request

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Private transfer from Prague to Budapest - Chauffeur service - Private car or minibus

  • Easy and comfortable way of getting from Budapest to Prague
  • Faster than train or bus from Budapest to Prague
  • Cheaper than private taxi from Budapest to Prague
  • No additional fees if your flight is delayed
  • No hidden extras
  • No waiting charges
  • Experienced English speaking drivers
  • Free Wi-Fi on board
  • Free bottled mineral water
  • Instant booking confirmation
  • Free cancellation

Tranfer from Prague to Budapest

5h 20 min | 550 km | One way

This private transfer from Prague to Budapest lasts 5 hours. Make the most out of your transfer from Prague to Budapest. Enjoy the scenery of the Czech and Hungarian countryside as you travel from Prague. See top attractions en route like Kutna Hora, Cesky Sternberk, Mikulov, Lednice-Valtice Chateau or Bratislava in Slovakia. When you arrive in Budapest, we recommend you to see the amazing Parliament Building, Heroes’ Square and the panoramic views of Fisherman’s Bastion.

 

This is a one way private car trip from Prague to Budapest with a driver. Make it exceptional with our suggested stopover destinations: (Kutna Hora, Cesky Sternberk, Mikulov, Lednice-Valtice, Bratislava)

Kutna Hora Český Šternberk Mikulov Lednice-Valtice Bratislava

Trip Price: from 9,400 CZK (1-3 people)

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Free Return Transfer from your destination
If you return from your destination the same day, we will wait for you and we will take you back FREE of charge. 

Waiting time at the destination: 300 CZK / HOUR (saloon car), 360CZK / HOUR (Minibus)

 

We accept the following types of payments: 

  • Cash to the driver (CZK, USD, EUR and GBP)
  • Card to the driver (Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, AMEX, Maestro)
  • Card online (Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, AMEX)
  • PayPal

About Budapest

Often described as the "Little Paris of Middle Europe", Budapest is famous not only for the monuments reflecting its own 1,000-year-old culture, but also for the relics of others who settled here. Remains from both Roman occupation and much later ruled by the Turks can still be seen in the city. After the Ottoman Empire the union with Austria has a particular influence on the city's form and style. The capital has two sides, Buda and Pest, stretching along the banks of the Danube, representing two different characters of the city.