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Travel from Munich to Prague

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“Excellent service we booked the private transfers from Munich to Budapest; Budapest to Prague and Prague to Munich. Very pleased with BestTrips!.”

– Seow-Hui, Best Trips customer

 

Magic City with an amazing architectural ensemble, which harmoniously combines medieval castles and modern buildings. The heart of old Europe with the magical charm of narrow streets and picturesque landscapes. European Capital, which each year attracts millions of tourists from around the world. All this, of course, Prague!

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  1. 5 out of 5

    The transfer drivers were awesome. Every activity was spectacular!!!


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    Hey People who ordered this transfer also they buy extra stop because they very interesting to see how local people live and visit more beautiful places on the way.

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    Regensburg

    The Towers city

    Regensburg is a beautiful, historical city; since 2006, its preserved medieval quarter been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The old town has nearly 2,000 listed buildings, some of which date from as far back as the 14th century.
    The city is also home to over twenty museums, including the world-famous Regensburg Museum of History and a branch of the Bavarian National Museum. It also has a burgeoning cultural scene, with many theaters, music halls, and art galleries, most notably the Regensburger Domspatzen.

    Nurenberg

    City of Fountains and tin soldiers

    Nuremberg old has many faces and beautiful. It is called the Bavarian Prague and the most German city in Germany, and even the city of sausages, toys, cakes, fountains ... Nuremberg classically austere, cozy and leisurely, and at the same time, life here is in full swing.

    Plzen

    Plzen city of beer

    Everybody knows Pilsner Urquell beer. This bottom-fermented lager was invented in the Kingdom of Bohemia half-way between Prague and Regensburg, Germany. It was founded in the city famous for Skoda locomotives, the tallest church tower in the Czech Republic, and the second largest synagogue in Central Europe. Plzen was declared the European capital of culture for 2015. It truly deserves the title.

    Karlstejn Castle

    The Heart of the Kingdom

    A Gothic castle built in the 14th century by Matthias of Arras for Emperor Charles IV. as a giant safe box for relics and imperial, later also Czech coronation jewels. Karlstejn was built in 1348 to house the treasure and religious relics of Charles IV. Located just 30 short kilometers South of the capital of Czech, Karlstejn is the most visited castle in Czech, outside of Prague. In the year 1992 Karlstejn castle was added to the list of UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage

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