Private Transfer From Prague To Vienna

Duration: 3.5 hours

Private transfer from Prague to Vienna is a comfortable way how to travel between the European capitals. Travel in luxury and style as our private driver safely takes you to your next destination. Our transfers are flexible. If you would like to see certain sights along the way to Vienna, we can make it happen and our driving guide will give you a tour there. Such places can be Cesky Krumlov, Wachau Valley, Melk Monastery, Kutna Hora, Brno, Mikulov or any other stops that are more or less on the way to the Austrian capital. Send us an email and we will customize the private transfer for you. The price may vary with different stops.

What is included:

  • Private transfer (car, minivan, coach)
  • Private driver
  • Destinations along the way (optional – extra cost, please contact us for further information)

Total: 580

Number of persons:

Persons Price
1 580
2 600
3 620
4 650
5 670
6 690
7 710
8+ 750
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Private Transfer From Prague To Vienna – additional options

Cesky Krumlov

Our private driving guide will pick you up at the place of your stay in Prague. Together you will drive to Cesky Krumlov, a beautiful medieval town in the Southern Bohemia. Located 2 hours drive away from Prague, it is righteously the second most seeked out tourist destination in the Czech Republic. Cesky Krumlov offers tiny medieval streets, second largest castle in our country, renaissance architecture, beautiful baroque garden and more. It is a true pearl of our country.

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Kutná Hora

Kutná Hora lies 1 hour drive to the East of Prague. It was the second most important Bohemian town in the Middle Ages. It grew from nothing into a flurishing town after the discovery of silver in the late 13th century. Admire with us the St. Barbara Cathedral, a gothic cathedral that can compete with the most beautiful cathedrals in the world. Discover the secrets behind the Bone Church, an ancient ossuary where the bones were turned into decorations. Walk with us through the historical center and see where our medieval currency Prague Groschen was minted.