Save your trip time and pre-book a private transfer from Prague Airport or Prague Centre to Krakow (in any direction). We guarantee that this is the quickest and most flexible option.
Travel time: 5hr 45min; Distance: 561km<./p>
Travel time: 5hr 30min; Distance: 540km
Transfer prices are quoted per vehicle for a whole group to any location or hotel in Krakow, including possible taxes and toll fees. Prices for a larger bus which can accommodate twenty or more passengers are available on request.
Stop en route for a few hours to visit Auschwitz (German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp) and continue your journey to Krakow. Allow at least two hours for your visit. The price will be slightly higher because a waiting fee will be added.
One way – our standard charge.
Same day return – You’ll pay only a one-way fare plus a waiting charge, so your return leg is free. This is your cheapest option if you’re travelling to and from the same destination on the same day.
Any day return – multiply the one-way charge by two.
If you require waiting or a multi-stop transfer, for example, you go to one city where we wait for you, and then you continue to somewhere else, we will add a waiting charge to your fare. Our waiting charges are as follows: 1-4 people: CZK 250 per hour; 5-8 people: CZK 325 per hour. For large groups, please do contact us. We do not charge this fee for short stops not exceeding 15 minutes.
Some airport taxis will only take up to three passengers and might not be able to store your large bags in their sedan vehicle. With Prague Airport Transfers, we will accommodate groups of up to four passengers and your luggage in a bigger vehicle for no extra charge. To request this service, simply choose “Minivan/Minibus free upgrade” on your booking form. For groups of five or more persons, this offer does not apply and only the minibus at standard price is available.
Unfortunately, we do not operate such a service for transport outside of Prague. You might wish to consider using the train or bus instead. We can arrange transport from the airport to the train or bus station, and we can advise on the best transport available.
The prices listed are all-inclusive but do not include an optional tip for the driver. It is not mandatory to tip the driver, but a tip between 5 and 10% is highly appreciated if you are happy with the transport.
Yes, you are welcome to choose this option during the booking process. Please note that the price is slightly higher compared to the standard vehicle.
Please check our fleet section for available cars; we use only those listed in that section. The maximum age of cars is five years, but on average, our fleet is two years old. If you require a particular model, please provide a note during the booking process, and we will do our best to meet your expectations.
If you travel to Europe in a group of three to six passengers for longer and are obviously planning to have more luggage, we recommend booking our minivan. For groups of up to two passengers with big bags or three passengers with mid-size bags, a sedan car will be a better option as you will benefit from a more comfortable ride. If you are unsure which vehicle will be the best choice, please contact us with your details, and our support team will give their best suggestions.
Please check vehicle specification in our fleet section or email us before making a booking. If you have excessive luggage, you will probably not fit into our standard minibuses designed for up to 8 passengers. If this is the case, we would need to arrange a large (and considerably more expensive) minibus for up to 20 passengers, possibly with a luggage carrier.
Yes, all our drivers speak English and the native Czech language and sometimes additional languages too. They're happy to discuss local culture with you, provide useful local knowledge about places of interest, and answer any questions you may have.
If you believe that your bags won’t fit into a standard sedan vehicle, it’s always safer to pre-book a minibus.
Yes, of course – short stops up to 15 minutes are free of charge. A waiting fee might be applied for longer stops, but you are welcome to consult directly with the driver.
Please make a note during your booking, and we will do our best to provide this service.
We use either a sedan car (comparable to a Volkswagen Passat/Škoda Superb) or a van (comparable to Volkswagen Transporter/Mercedes Vito) for up to four passengers. We also use a van for groups of up to eight passengers. For larger groups, we can either use a combination of vehicles or larger minibuses (like a Mercedes Sprinter). Depending on availability, you may be upgraded to a better class free of charge for better comfort. The maximum age of cars is five years, but on average, our fleet is two years old. If you require a particular model, please provide a note during the booking process, and we will do our best to meet your expectations. For more details, please check our fleet section for available cars; we use only those brands which are listed in that section.
In most cases, the best and cheapest option is to book a same-day return transfer. That way, you won’t be paying for a return trip, only a one-way fare plus waiting. We even offer that you can return to Prague – either to the airport or to the city centre.
Yes, we provide transfers between both cities (in both directions). But if you are booking a transfer which does not originate in Prague, the order (or at least a deposit) must be paid in advance.
Certainly – please contact us for an exact price quote.