Order a transfer from Frankfurt to Prague
To order a transfer from Frankfurt to Prague, you have several options:
Private Transfer: You can book a private transfer with Garsia Tour. A taxi from Garsia Tour will pick you up from your location in Frankfurt and drive you straight to your destination in Prague. It is recommended to book the transfer in advance to ensure availability and get the best rates.
Train: Train is a convenient option for traveling between Frankfurt and Prague. You can check timetables and book tickets on the Deutsche Bahn website or at the train station. Trains usually depart from Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (main railway station) and arrive at Prague’s main railway station, Praha hlavní nádraží.
Bus: Several bus companies operate routes between Frankfurt and Prague. You can search for bus options on platforms like FlixBus or Eurolines. Buses usually depart from Frankfurt Central Bus Station (Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof Frankfurt) and arrive at various Prague bus stations.
When choosing, consider factors such as cost, comfort, travel time and personal preference. It is also a good idea to check for any travel restrictions, visa requirements, or COVID-19 related advisories that may affect your travel.
Be sure to contact the respective service providers or visit their websites to place an order or inquire about prices, availability and other specific details.
Taxi booking from Frankfurt to Prague
How much is a taxi from Frankfurt to Prague
Transfer 1-4 people costs 400 euros
Transfer for 6 people costs 500 euros
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Three ways to get from Frankfurt to Prague
Car: If you have your own car or a rental car, you can take the direction southeast from Frankfurt and follow the A3 autobahn towards Würzburg. Then cross onto the A6 motorway in the direction of Nuremberg and continue along it until the junction with the A9 motorway. Then take the A9 autobahn towards Nuremberg and follow it to the Czech border. Continue on the Czech highway D5 in the direction of Prague. The approximate distance is about 360 kilometers and travel time depends on traffic conditions, but usually takes about 4-5 hours.
Train: You can also take the train from Frankfurt to Prague. There are direct trains that connect these two cities. They usually depart from Frankfurt Main Station (Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof) and arrive at Prague Main Station (Praha hlavní nádraží). The train journey takes approximately 6-7 hours, depending on the chosen train and route. It is recommended to check timetables in advance and purchase tickets on the Deutsche Bahn (German railways) website or at the train station.
Bus: Buses of various companies also run between Frankfurt and Prague. You can find bus options on platforms like FlixBus or Eurolines. Buses usually depart from Frankfurt Central Bus Station (Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof Frankfurt) and arrive at various bus stations in Prague. Travel time by bus is usually around 6-8 hours, depending on the route and traffic conditions.