Berlin to Prague One-Way Transfer Tour

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Turn the wasted travel day into the highlight of your trip with stops at the Moritzburg Palace, Dresden Old Town and Elbe Sandstone Mountains on your journey from Berlin to Prague.


Starting time
09:00
Group Size
8 people
Duration
10h

This tour is also available from Prague to Berlin.
Most helpful review

Absolutely worth it

Stepan was a great tour guide - made the experience educational and enjoyable, despite the cold weather we had to endure. My favorite part was getting to visit Dresden, seeing the rebuilt architecture, and experiencing the Christmas market that was thankfully still operating after the new year.

Andres, United States 18 Jan. 2024
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Trip Itinerary

  • Leave from Berlin at 09:00

    This tour offers hotel pick-up for private bookings. You will be picked up from your hotel, apartment, or any other pick-up point accessible by car. Please check the "Meeting Point" section for open group tour departures.

  • Stop 1: Moritzburg Palace

    We will stroll around Moritzburg Palace to admire the gorgeous views of one of the most magnificent examples of Baroque-style architecture in Germany.

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    Moritzburg Palace

    What we'll do

    During the tour we walk around the Moritzburg Palace grounds admiring the garden and the park views. We do not enter the palace but we get a close-up look. On the steps of the palace is also a chance for everyone to find out if they have what it takes to be a fairytale princess by trying on Cinderella’s shoe.




    About Moritzburg Palace

    Moritzburg Palace is named after Duke Moritz of Saxony who built a small hunting lodge here in the 16th century. The king August II the Strong had the current Baroque-style palace built in the 18th century as his country seat.

    The palace is surrounded by a stunning park and gardens area. Ironically, none of the plans (and there have been many) for the garden have been fully finished, and the work with them is still continuing.

  • Stop 2: Dresden Old Town

    In Dresden, we take a look at the extravagant Zwinger Palace, learn about Dresden Old Town and its legends, and then sit down for a delicious lunch.

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    Dresden Old Town

    What we'll do

    During the tour we walk around the historic city center of Dresden. You will see the Royal Residence , the stunning Zwinger Palace , the Dresden Frauenkirche , and the famous Procession of Princes – world’s largest porcelain art work. You will hear stories about August II the Strong and the Second World War during your walk around the town center. In Dresden you will also have time for a lunch break (not included).



    About Dresden

    Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony. Today Dresden is Saxony’s second biggest city after Leipzig with population around 550 000 people.

    The city is considered one of the most beautiful in Germany. It transformed into a Baroque landmark in the 18th century. This development started under the rule of the legendary king Augustus II the Strong. Most of the historic Dresden had to be rebuilt after the Second World War because much of the city was destroyed.

  • Stop 3: Elbe Sandstone Mountains

    Take in the breathtaking views of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains at one of its most famous sights - the Bastei Bridge.

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    Elbe Sandstone Mountains

    What we'll do

    The whole area of Elbe Sandstone Mountains offers incredible views. We visit one of the must-see locations - the Bastei Bridge . The bridge was built when the area became popular to visit in the 19th century. From the Bastei rocks and the Bastei Bridge you have a wonderful panoramic view over the mountains and surrounding evergreen forests.




    About Elbe Sandstone Mountains

    The Elbe Sandstone Mountains are situated on the border between Germany and Czech Republic. Both countries have designated the area as a National Park, in Germany the Saxon Switzerland National Park and in Czech Republic the Bohemian Switzerland National Park.

    The mountains here are not very high, the highest peak is the Děčínský Sněžník with 722,8 m on the Czech side. These sandstone mountains are millions of years old and eroded down by wind and water.

  • Arrive at Prague at ~19:00

    This tour offers hotel drop-off for private bookings. Please provide your preferred drop-off location when making the booking.

    If you book the open group tour then the drop-off is in front of Hilton Prague Old Town hotel (V Celnici 2079/7, Prague).

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Want to personalize this trip?  When booking a private transfer, tell us your itinerary and start time preferences and we'll do everything we can to accomodate your request. Note: open group tours cannot be customized.

Why travel with Sidetrip?
  • Transport & sightseeing combined

    We offer the chance to see popular tourist sights, as well as lesser-known places of cultural and historic significance, while you travel between two cities.

  • Small groups

    Most of our tours are limited to a maximum of 8 people which means you get the personal care and attention of your tour leader during your trip, as well as the chance to get to know your fellow passengers.

  • Local tour leaders

    Our tour leaders are selected due to their thorough knowledge of local history and culture, as well as their enthusiasm for travel. The stories they share will inspire you!

  • Top-rated on TripAdvisor

    Thousands of travellers have reviewed our tours with a 5-star rating in the Baltics and Central Europe.

  • Great value for your money

    Our tours run regularly so anyone can afford to join the open group tour making it a great travel option for solo and independent travellers.

Reviews
4.9 /5
Overall rating based on 179 reviews

Best way to travel from Berlin to Prague

What a terrific experience! Never would have been able to see so much or have these experiences on our own. Peter was extremely knowledgeable of the locations we visited and answered all our questions. Peter was very professional as he always briefed us on each site before we arrived and stayed with us during our visits. He also gave us insights and recommendations about Prague. Additionally the van was super clean and comfortable. Truly the best way to travel from Berlin to Prague.

Susan, United States 19 May 2024

We had a wonderful sightseeing trip from Berlin to Prague.

Our tour guide Abdul is very nice and very knowledgeable about the places we visited. The trip was fun and certainly worth it. We are very happy that we selected the Sidetrip Tour and we will definitely recommend it to others.

S. C., United States 18 May 2024

Best way to transfer to Prague!

I can't say a single negative thing about this experience. My party of 3 needed transportation between Berlin and Prague and decided to try Sidetrip. From booking, to pickup, to the tours, everything was seamless. Our guide, Zuzanna, was outstanding. Not only was she punctual, knowledgeable, and accommodating, we genuinely enjoyed her company. The stops were gorgeous and made us feel like we were able to see a little more of Germany besides Berlin. We couldn't have been happier. I highly recommend Sidetours and would happily book another one!

Natochia, United States 18 May 2024

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What's included?
  • One-way transfer from Berlin to Prague with 3 sightseeing stops
  • Knowledgeable local tour leader
  • Transport in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan or car
  • Room for a reasonable amount of luggage
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (available only for private tours)
  • Lunch (a break is scheduled for this)
  • Gratuities (optional)
Good to know
  • Confirmation will be provided within 24 hours of booking.
  • All tours are subject to availability.
  • Minimum numbers for group size apply. There is a possibility of cancellation even after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative tour or a refund. The Sidetrip team will also be happy to help you arrange alternative transport to your destination city.
  • Paper free confirmation accepted, just bring an electronic voucher or ID.
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved, please wear flat shoes suitable for walking.
  • Infant seats are available on request during the booking.
  • The tour operates in all weather conditions, please dress according to the weather and wear proper shoes for walking (waterproof would be great in winter).
  • The planned duration of this tour is 10 hours. Our priority is to deliver you safely and on time to your destination. In the event of delays due to traffic, weather, or other unforeseen circumstances, we reserve the right to abbreviate or omit certain stops to ensure your prompt arrival.
  • All our public group tours are in English. Private tours in different languages are subject to availability.
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Meeting point

This tour offers hotel pick-up for private bookings only. You will be picked up from your hotel, apartment, or any other pick-up point accessible by car. Please provide your preferred pick-up location when making the booking.

If you have booked an open group tour, then hotel pickup is not available. The meeting point is in front of the Intercity hotel (Am Ostbahnhof 5, Berlin). Look out for a minivan with Sidetrip logo. Our guide will meet you at the marked meeting point.

See the drop-off point in Prague  

Drop-off point

This tour offers hotel drop-off for private bookings only. Please provide your preferred drop-off location when making the booking.

If you book the open group tour then the drop-off is in front of Hilton Prague Old Town hotel (V Celnici 2079/7, Prague).

Questions & Answers
  • Is this a one-way tour?

    Yes, this is a one-way tour ending in Prague. Please note that the tour does not take you back to Berlin.

  • How long is this tour?

    The planned duration of this tour is 10 hours. For the safety of our passengers and drivers, we are unable to accommodate requests to extend this duration.

  • Do you offer hotel pick-up/drop-off?

    Hotel pick-up and drop-off are only available when booking this tour as a private tour for a single group. Open group tours have a fixed meeting point and drop-off location.

  • Can I take my luggage with me?

    Yes! We have plenty of space for luggage at the back of our vehicles. One big suitcase and one smaller bag or suitcase per passenger is totally fine. There is no extra charge for luggage, as long as you don't plan to move to the other city with all of your belongings :)

  • Is lunch included in the tour price?

    Lunch is not included in the tour price but a lunch break is scheduled in Dresden. Kindly let our tour leader know if you have any special dietary needs that we should take in account.

  • Is this tour suitable for senior citizens?

    Yes! With a maximum of 8 people in each group, our guide can make sure that the pace of the tour is suitable for everyone. Just note that the tour does include some walking at the stops.

  • What measures are you taking against the spread of covid-19?

    All our groups are limited to a maximum of 8 travellers for open group tours and in case of a private transfer it’ll be just your group in the van with our guide. Face masks are available in each vehicle upon request and hand sanitizers are placed in a hand’s reach from all passengers.

  • What is your cancellation policy?

    If you cancel more than 48 hours before the tour, your booking is fully refunded*. If you cancel less than 48 hours before the tour or in the case of a no-show, no refund is issued.

    *Please note, that the credit card processing fee (1.5-3%, up to 5.9% if you paid by Paypal) charged by the third-party payment provider will not be refunded.

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