Transfer to Dresden

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Transfer from Prague to Dresden

Transfers from Prague Airport or City Centre to Dresden.

Distance from Prague to Dresden:  158 km
Transfer duration: 2:15 h


Transfer Prague - Dresden - 4 pax

prices per vehicle VW Passat, Skoda Superb, Mercedes E

one way 2700 CZK  or  111 EUR transfer to Berlin from Prague in new VW Passat
return trip 5200 CZK  or  213 EUR


Transfer Prague - Dresden - 8 pax

prices per minivan Mercedes Vito/Viano, VW Caravelle/Transporter

one way 3350 CZK  or  137 EUR Transfer to Berlin from Prague in new Mercedes Vito
return trip 6450 CZK  or  264 EUR


Larger groups transport between Prague and Dresden

Please contact us in the case your group is larger than 8 passengers. We will calculate the price of the transfer from Prague to Dresden and will send it to you. We also will help you with choosing the best combination of the vehicles (whether you prefer one larger vehicle / (mini)bus / coach or a combination of smaller vehicles (sedans and minivans). We offer discounts for larger groups and return transfers.


Sightseeing tour with stops on the route Prague - Dresden (Terezin)

Are you on a holiday in Central Europe? Would you like to visit some interesting places on your way from Prague to Dresden, like famous Nazi concentration camp in Terezin? In that case we are ready to make the stop(s) for you. Just please mention it in the booking form in the field "note". We are flexible so we make stop at any place(s) you want to visit, we will charge just 10 EUR per hour witing time per a sedan and 15 EUR per minivan. Driver will wait for you at the agreed meeting point. We also can arrange a licenced tour-guide for you. For this kind of service it is better to contact us by email or via this contact form.


Price of oneway transfer from Prague to Dresden

The price is valid for transfer from Prague to Dresden or transfer from Dresden to Prague.

Price of return transfer from Prague to Dresden

The price is valid when you book transfer to Dresden and return from Dresden in separate days so we send your driver to Dresden again.

Discounted one day transfers / tours to Dresden and back

In the case you go to Dresden and return the same day, the driver will wait for you in Dresden and we charge 250 CZK / 10 EUR per 1 hour. It is cheaper than booking return transfer = 2 separate transfers.

Example: you departure from Praha at 8am. You arrive to Dresden at 10:00. You leave Dresden at 18:00. That is 8 x 10 EUR = 80 EUR per the return transfer!


What to see in Dresden

Dresden, 5 top things to see / do in DresdenThese are a few selected sites you can see in the (former East) Germany City Dresden.

A Baroque building, recently a museum, used to be a place for royal families. It has funny name, when you translated "Zwinger" into English, it says "Dungeon". Inside, the Zwinger’s collections have gone through a bit of a roundabout in recent years, with several comings and goings. The most important permanent collection is the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (Old Masters Gallery), which features a roll call of Old Masters including Botticelli, Titian, Rubens, Vermeer and Dürer. A key work is the 500-year-old Sistine Madonna by Raphael.

A rennaisance fortress palace complex, recently museum, used to be a seat of Saxon rulers from 15 to 20 century. The place is now visited for its famous collections, eg. Green Vault, Aladin´s Cave Treasure, Kupferstich-Kabinett with over 500.000 prints and drawings from 20.000 artists and recently (2013) temporarily guesting historic weapon and armour collection from Zwinger.

1841 year originated German Opera house. It burned down couple of years after the foundation and was reopened again in 1878. It is one of the ost famous operas in Germany called "The Neo-renaisence Jewel". The Semperoper premiered classics like Richard Strauss, Carl Maria von Weber or Richar Wagner. It was seriously damaged during the War World II and it took long 40 years (until 1985) until the great music returned into the Grand Hall of Semperoper, Dresden.

Deutsche Hygiene Museum
Surprisingly the Hygiene museum in Dresden is not dedicated to the meanings / history of the human hygiene like soap or other cleaning products, machines or development but focus more on the Soul / Mind (human) hygiene. Go and explore by yourself what does it really mean. Would that help when we say there are 2 different departments - for adults (only) and for children up to 12 years?

Home of New Masters Gallery (Galerie Neue Meister), Rennaisance building - museum. It was heavily hit during floods in 2002. In the Albertinum you can find all kind of arts since the Romantic period some jewels from Caspar David Friedrich to Claude Monet and Gerhard Richter – in gorgeous rooms orbiting a light-filled courtyard. One wing contains fancy sculptures from Rodin to GDR artist Wieland Förster.