Transfer in Prague
Excellent service from online booking to the actual transfer. So easy and very professional. Got emails and texts to confirm booking straight away.
Our driver was professional and made the beginning of our trip very enjoyable. Will use gettransfer again.
I use gettransfer a lot. It's mostly a good experience and this time was also absolutely first rate. Driver really friendly and knew his stuff.
Good quality service every time....booking is very easy, vehicles are good quality and drivers are super friendly and helpful.
The car was neat and clean and driver was very careful while driving thanx.
A Google user
Not cheap,but i recomand it veru good app.
MG & NGK HK
Many thx for meeting my wife Nadia at the correct terminal in Lyon, greatly appreciated
Very good driver and car!
5 stars Drivers were early. The vehicles were immaculate. The drivers were very smartly dressed, polite and gave us some useful information about the local area. Would highly recommend
Brilliant service, our driver was always on time, super friendly and attentive to our needs. Asking if we wanted water, air con on or off etc. Can't beat this service, I would highly recommend to anyone.
If you are going to the Czech Republic for the first time, we recommend you to book a transfer from Prague airport to the hotel. It is advantageous for the price and convenient if you travel independently. On the GetTransfer.com you will find cars of any class. The cost of the trip will be known after choosing one of several offers from carriers. Travel comfortably with GetTransfer.com! Prague is a picturesque capital of the Czech Republic. The city image has been preserved since the time of Charles IV. It is called "Northern Rome" unofficially since Prague is located on 5 hills near the Vltava River. The narrow streets, high towers, bridges and Gothic architecture of XIV-XV centuries and a frequent fog create a mysterious atmosphere in the city. Guides often tell tourists mysterious stories about almost every second building. Travellers start its excursion from the old city in Prague. There is the world-famous Astronomical Clock mounted on one of the towers of the Old Town Hall in the centre of the Old Town Square. Now the Jewish Quarter is in place of the first Jewish in the same area. In the open-air museum, you can visit the town halls and synagogues. The popular attraction the Charles Bridge is connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Side of Prague. In addition to tourists, here, artists, musicians and souvenir sellers normally gather. The Prague Castle is in the "New city" on the opposite bank of the river. The Gothic castle of the Middle Ages is considered to be the largest in the world. In addition to the structure itself, its territory includes Treasury Loreta, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Basilica of St. Jiri, the Royal Palace and other interesting buildings. The life of the local population is boiling on Wenceslas Square: offices of leading companies, shops, hotels and restaurants. The guests of the capital go to Vaclavik to get to the oldest National Museum. Vysehrad is separated from the modern district by a fortress wall, attached to the capital at the end of the 19th century. You can visit the church of Peter and Paul and walk in the Visegrad Garden. By the way, the local fortress was considered the residence of the Czech kings, until the Prague Kremlin was built. To get to the centre of Prague, book a transfer on GetTransfer.com. Worth a visit Petrin Tower, Dancing House, a gallery of Prague Castle and the tower observation deck. In a word, you will not be able to bypass all the sights in a day. Therefore, we recommend renting a car with a personal driver for an extended period of time. Every year in Prague, events dedicated to music, cinema, painting. By the way, in the city, there are many boutiques where you can buy accessories made from natural materials and jewellery. As a souvenir from the city, usually bring the famous Czech beer, slivovitz, chocolate and other locally produced products. Vacationers not looking for complex ways and, as indigenous Czechs, if not take the rental car, then moved to the metro and trams. The subway lines are only three, they work from 5 am to 12 noon. Buses run to remote areas on schedule. Ground transportation starts from half of the 5th morning until midnight. If you want to go to Karlovy Vary, book a transfer in Prague to GetTransfer.com. At the top of Petrshin hill get on the funicular.