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Getting Around the Czech Republic – via a Car and Driver

The Prague Airport Transfer company is reliable, and they offer fixed and fair rates throughout Prague & beyond. The approachable Prague Airport Transfer company claim to “go the extra mile for you” (fares for round-trips, with waiting times, included, for instance, Český Krumlov – 3300 CZK, Kutna Hora –  2550 CZK, Terezín -1550 CZK; these rates are for as many as four people, a mini-bus for as many as eight or twenty people is also offered). On the journey to Český Krumlov, the Prague Airport Transfer company will stop, for no additional charge, at České Budějovice or Hluboká Castle, where the authentic Budweiser beer is brewed. For Prague day trips, the Prague Airport Transfer company can provide bicycles and cycle along with you.

The company also offers “Panoramic Transfers” to Budapest or Vienna with a stop in Bratislava or Český Krumlov. Kraków transfers can be taken in conjunction with an optional stop in Auschwitz. In contrast to travelling via train or bus, it is extremely comfortable to mix stops on the way wherever you prefer, not to have lunch, but also to explore the sights of the town.

Listed prices exclude tour guides (a professional tour guide could be arranged at additional rates) or any entrance fees. The driver you use will provide you with basic details about every destination on your tour. Should you require extra details, much more information is offered in the complimentary maps and brochures from the tourist office.

Visit the Prague Airport Transfer company website to get a complete listing of transfers and excursions.



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