Prague airport transfers

Airport taxi, airport shuttle and limousines
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To book call +420-720-30-30-00 or fill out and send the order through our website

Airport taxi

Airport TaxiTransfer from the airport to hotel, congress center, train station or any other chosen address in Prague.

Prague Airport Taxi from 26,00 €21,00

Airport shuttle

Airport shuttleSave money and order for the cheapest private transfer from the Prague Airport to the subway station Dejvicka!

Prague Airport Shuttle from 18,00 €12,00

Airport limousine

Prague airport limousineLimousine transfer from the airport by Mercedes, Porsche, Lincoln, Rover etc.

Prague limousine from 42,00 €35,00

Welcome to Prague airport transfers

Prague airport transfers by CabinPrague

Prague airport transfers - how to get to city center

Why to choose our services?

  • The simplicity and effectiveness - choose from our three basic airport transfers (we are on tripadvisor too) services: Prague airport taxi, quick Prague airport shuttle or luxury Prague limousines.
  • The price you see is price you will pay, no additional charges during the order.
  • We think about the safety of your children, child boost seater is free of charge.
  • From the airport to Prague we go always the best way, no unnecessary detours. We're better than Prague public transport.
  • We know Prague, would you like recommend something extra? Please ask our drivers, they speak English.

Meeting point at the airport

Are you travelling from the countries in the Schengen zone?

Then you will arrive at the Terminal 2 and we will meet you in the arrival hall of Terminal 2 next to the red Vodafone booth. More information here!

If you are going to be checking-out at Terminal 1 (countries outside the Schengen area) we will meet you at the arrival hall of Terminal 1 next to the three-coloured stanchion with Meeting point written on it. More information here!

Flesh news from Prague

2013/11/14 | Ryanair returns to Prague airport

Ryanair returns to Prague airportIt's good to hear, Ryanair company returns to the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague. From next April most likely return the Irish low cost airline Ryanair. Flights between Prague and Dublin is one of nine considered destinations that today the company announced.

2013/11/13 | The Prague metro is responsive to blind people

Blind people and Prague metroThe Prague metro is responsive to blind and purblind people. The guide lines are already everywhere. Artificial guide line in the form of shallow grooves in the floor are now installed in 32 stations of the Metro. Bravo to Prague public transport company!

2013/11/11 | Hurry, not much available hotels in Prague

If you would like to spend New Year's Eve in Prague, there is not many hotels available at this time. We have chosen a number of free and quality rooms on booking.com website at this link: bit.ly/1iZ0ey7 and of course, do not forget to book our taxi from the airport to your hotel. :-)

2013/11/10 | Czech crown jewels in SC "Šestka"

Czech crown jewelsYou can still visit the exhibition Czech crown jewels, which are exhibited in the shopping center "Šestka" - street Fajtlova 1, Prague 6 (near Václav Havel Airport Prague, link here). For this purpose there are special reserved spaces. The exhibition will run until November 15, 2013

Prague sights reviews

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It’s no secret, Prague is a tourists Havana and I am probably the 1,000 000th person to write an article about it but I love this town…………. so bugger off. It has an amazing blend of Neo-Gothic mixed with Renaissance...
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Monday, July 8th, my third day in Prague, was marked by a visit to Prague Castle, arguably the star attraction of any visit to Prague and the biggest ancient castle still used for official government business in the...
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The castles in the Czech Republic may not have the notoriety of castles in the UK or Germany or France, but they are a must add to your travel itinerary. Thee most well-known is the Prague Castle. Ironically the actual...
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Tuesday, July 9th, my fourth day in Prague, was a repeat of sorts, as I went back to Prague Castle to see the areas I hadn’t see the day before, and to revisit some areas (St. Vitus’ Cathedral) to get a different...
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The Charles Bridge and Prague Castle are prime examples of Prague architecture and contain rich histories within their walls. Let’s start with Charles Bridge: The bridge crosses the Vltava River and has two bridge...
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