Private Transfers in Budapest, Prague

Old Nov 3rd, 2017, 01:01 PM
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Private Transfers in Budapest, Prague

Hello. I am planning a trip to Budapest and Prague (a river cruise already booked between the two cities). I wondering if anyone can suggest a private transfer company for picking up at the airport and driving between certain cities. Also looking for any recommendations on private tour companies in those two cities? Thank you.
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Old Nov 3rd, 2017, 10:42 PM
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https://www.livingpraguetours.com/rivate tours in Prague try this company.
https://www.livingpraguetours.com/
they specialise in small group tours max 6 people but can also arrange a private tour to suit your needs.
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Hi,
One of the best tour guides for Prague and Czech republic is Šárka Kačabová. She and her company provide you with absolutely full complex of travel services, transportation between cities inclusive.
She has been and is highly recommended on quite a few forums and by some travel gurus as well.
http://www.personalpragueguide.com/
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We went to Prague and Budapest, also Vienna, this spring. In Budapest, we used Zoltan Horvath for 2 private day trips out of Budapest. He was excellent, and I think also would do transfers between cities. I think I found him on either this forum or TA, where he got great reviews. Speaks excellent English, and has a comfortable car, for longer trips.
http://www.rinettguide.com/
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Ok, I had to ask: Is it on an amphibious vehicle? How is a boat going to transfer overland from the Vltava to the Danube?
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Big Russ,
I understand you question
Normally the cruise companies do in-between bus transfer for the non water sections of the tour.
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PS,
Some people pretended my Budapest tour prices were not to their budget. After checking rinettguide's now I can only say I am working for peanuts
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