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Tour 19 - Comfortable sightseeing taxi from Prague to Berlin with a 4 hours time window to explore Dresden

Located almost halfway from Prague and from Berlin, Dresden is the ideal stop on the way to split your 4-hour trip into two shorter ones. With this stop you will be able to see more of the Saxony region, as well as visit its capital.

There are plenty of historical buildings to see in this city and 4 hours are not really enough to see them all. You need to plan your itinerary carefully so you are be able to make the most out of your 4-hour stop. Alternatively, and for an additional fee, we can arrange for a private tour with an English-speaking guide who will take you around some of the best points of interest in Dresden. This tour has a minimum duration of 2 hours.

Some of the must see landmarks are the rebuilt Frauenkirche (or the Church of Our Lady), and the Zwinger Palace. Dresden is also filled with restaurants and cafes where you can relax at while grabbing something to eat.

When travelling with kids, the Dresden zoo is a great place to visit. You should allot at least 2 hours to see the zoo.

Should you feel like your 4-hour stop is not enough to get the most out of Dresden, we can extend your stay for an extra fee. During the entirety of your stay in Dresden, your bags will be safely secured in the car while the driver looks after them. It is also possible to arrange a day trip from Prague to Dresden or from Berlin to Dresden.

What to visit in Dresden


The Frauenkirche (or the Church of Our Lady, in English) was originally completed in 1743, however it was completely destroyed during the second world war. In 1994 the rebuilding process started, using some material of the original Frauenkirche. It was completed in 2005 and it has been open to the public ever since.

Zwinger Palace

A hallmark of Baroque architecture, the Zwinger Palace hosts many museums and art galleries. You can take a stroll through the palace gardens and admire its architecture or visit one of the many galleries inside.

Zwinger's Semper Gallery

The Sempergalerie has one of the best collections of Renaissance art in the entire world. Inside this Zwinger Palace gallery you are able to see works by Vermeer, Rembrandt, Rafael and many other Masters of the Renaissance.


Both the Semper Gallery and the Semperoper were named after its architect, Gottfried Semper. This opera house combines both Baroque and Renaissance architecture and houses many statues of famous writers, such as Shakespeare or Goethe.

Dresden Castle

The Dresden Castle (or Royal Palace) houses several museums and important historical artifacts. Inside see the Dresden Armory, the Turkish Chamber or the Green Vault, where the royal treasures are stored.

Bruhl's Terrace

Bruhl's Terrace is also known as the “Balcony of Europe”. It stretches along the Elbe river and has several statues and museums. It is usually packed with tourists walking around and enjoying the view to the Elbe.

Suggested schedule:

Traveling from Prague to Berlin via Dresden:

9:00 pick up in Prague
10:45 drop of in Dresden for sightseeing
14:45 leave Dresden and drive to Berlin
16:45 arrival to Berlin

Pick up points in Prague:

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 Dresden: the driver will agree with you where to meet, when you finish your tour of Dresden; if you carry your cell phone, the driver will provide his direct number so you can amend the pick up time and location anytime. Most often the meeting point is at the Kempinski or the Hilton hotel in the city center.


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.

Booking the scenic transfer Prague - Dresden - Berlin:

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Sightseeing stop in Dresden
Tour of Dresden
Day trip to Berlin via Dresden

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