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Tour 56 - sightseeing tour from Berlin to Vienna via Prague

Split a long ride from Berlin to Vienna into two easier parts. Stop in Prague for a sightseeing on the way between Berlin and Vienna. Sightseeing tour of Prague can be done individually or with a local English speaking tour guide. It is possible to do a walking tour as well as chauffeured driven tour of Prague. To request a guided tour of Prague, please make a comment in the additional information field, when booking the sightseeing transfer between Berlin and Vienna with a stop in Prague for sightseeing.


Prague (called Praha in Czech) was the ancient capital of Charles IV's Bohemian Kingdom, and has played a pivotal role in the development of Central Europe since the Middle Ages. Its epic history has produced a vibrant city of stunning buildings and lovely old squares, with the result that today, Prague is one of the world's most beautiful cities.

During the 4 hours stop visit the most famous historical sights such are: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square. Take a picture of the Astronomical clock or climb to the top of the Old Town Hall Tower to make amazing pictures from the bird's perspective. There are five historical parts of Prague: Castle Town, Small Town, Jewish Town, Old Town and the New Town. The New Town was founded back in 14th century, so it is not really that new. Exploring all five parts takes time. You will probably not be able to cover all of it. However should you need more time in Prague than 4 hours, it is not a problem. You can spend as much time as you like sightseeing at no extra charge (unless you use the car or hire the tour guide, where we charge per each hour). Prague is our home town, thus you can enjoy it to the fullest. When you are finished sightseeing in Prague, we will continue to Berlin.

Suggested schedule:

Traveling from Berlin to Vienna via Prague (Praha):

9:00 pick up in Berlin
13:00 drop of in Prague at the Cartier shop near the Old Town Square at the corner of Parizska Street
13:00 - 17:00 We do not limit the amount of time spent in Prague. Typically we spend 4 hours sightseeing and then continue to Vienna
17:00 departure from Prague
20:45 arrival to Vienna (drop off at the hotel, private addresss, airport or any other location of passengers' choice)

Pick up points in Berlin:

At the hotel: the driver will meet you at the hotel lobby
At the apartment: the driver will be waiting in front of the building
Other: to be agreed
In Prague: the driver will meet you at the corner of Parizska street and the Old Town Square or at the other agreed pick up point. Coordinate with the driver for easy reunion. The driver will provide his number at the time of the drop off in Prague.


Prices includes VAT, diesel, wage of the driver, car rental, all fees and taxes. The tip for the driver is not included, however the driver will never seek for the tip. Tipping is voluntary. The payment can be done in CZK, EUR, USD or credit card. The credit card payment is made in Czech currency according to current payment policy. There are no parking fees included in the price of the sightseeing transfer. Any parking fees will be added to the final cost of the transportation.

Booking the scenic transfer Berlin - Prague - Vienna:

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Photos of Berlin, Prague and Vienna

Berlin city center
Prague city of thousand spires
Vienna city center

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