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   Prague Brno Transportation

Transportation by cars and minibuses for guaranteed rates is an economical alternative to trains and flights between Brno and Prague. Drivers speak English and drive with care and ease. We accept Euro, US Dollar and credit cards. Cars are clean, modern and comfortable (Mercedes Benz, BMW). All taxis are insured and licensed.

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How long does it take to drive from Prague to Brno?

The distance to drive Prague distance between Prague and Brno Brno is approximately 209 km
Average travel time is 1 hour 59 minutes

Booking a taxi between Prague and Brno

Transportation bookings are accepted with minimum 24 hours notice. Should you need to book the transfer with shorter notice, please call Martin: 00420 775 744 447 or send an email.

RouteMinivan - Comfort class
(up to 8 persons, price per transfer not per person)
Luxury wagon - Business class
(up to 4 passengers, price per transfer not per person)
A 168€ 218€
B 168€ 218€
C 168€ + waiting 15 € per hour 218€ + waiting 15 € per hour
D 336€ 437€
E 336€ 437€
F 336€ 437€
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Why Martin's taxi transfers:

  • Economical, comfortable, door to door transfers
  • Reliable, reputable and personal taxi service
  • Flexible, time efficient and cost effective
  • Premium German cars and minibuses: Mercedes Benz and BMW
  • Non smoking and air conditioned taxis
  • Fixed rates confirmed at the time of the taxi booking
  • Once you booked a taxi between Prague and Brno, the rate is confirmed, the rate can not increase even if our rates go up
  • Taxis are insured above standard limits, all taxis have insured passengers' seats and baggage compartment
  • 24/7 support in English on phone: 00420 775 744 447
  • Free taxi cancellation with a minimum 24 hours notice
  • Credit cards accepted in taxi: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS

Prague ↔ Brno

Prague Brno taxi is available door to door for flat rate all year round. Taxis are comfortable BMW 5 series, Mercedes Benz E class station wagons and Mercedes Benz Vito minibuses. Prague Brno transfers are provided by English speaking drivers.

Martin's Taxi Transfers are based in Prague, but transfers are operated both ways from as well as to Brno. Taxi transportation is flexible, early morning or late night departure is not a problem, we leave according to your schedule. There is never extra charge during holidays, night or special events. Price of the transfer is Euro 168€ (comfort class).

The comfort class - minibus transfer - is available for taxi between Prague and Brno. The minivans can accommodate up to 8 passengers with the luggage. Price of the transfer is the same for one person as for the eight persons. Thus the transportation is the most economical for groups of 8 passengers.

The business class - limousine taxi - we drive Mercedes Benz E class and BMW 5 series (station wagons for extra baggage space), all taxis are insured, safe and clean.

All our vehicles have modern GPS, are non smoking, and are fully insured. In case our taxi is involved in an accident or if a vehicle breaks down, we supply standin vehicle and driver. If we fail to provide the transportation, we pay the alternative transportation used instead of our taxi service (does not count in cases of unpredictable occurrences e.g. road accidents (e.g. road closures, flooding), other natural disasters and impassable sectors, late booking amendments and similar).

Drivers are friendly and helpful. We drive via the most efficient and comfortable route. Drivers drive safely and with ease. Chauffeurs obey the traffic rules, use indicators and handsfree Plantronics headsets in case they need to contact the dispatcher.

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Getting from Brno and Brno Turany airport to Prague by public transportation

Unfortunately there is not a direct connection between the Brno airport and Prague city center or Prague airport. However it is not very complicated to travel to Prague by public transportation.

From the Brno Turany airport take bus number 76 (do not forget to buy the bus ticket) and travel to the terminus Brno Main Train Station. From the Brno main train station you can travel by a train or bus to Prague Main Train Station or the UAN Florenc Bus Station.

Getting from the bus station Florenc to the Prague airport is not difficult either. Jump on the Metro, go to Museum stop and change to line A. Go to the terminus Dejvicka station and change to bus 119 which will drop you off at the airport terminals.

Brno highlights

Petrov - St. Petr and Paul cathedral
Spilberk castle
Old Town Hall
Dum panu z Lipe (House of the nobles from Lipa)
Namesti svobody (Freedom square)


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic, located in the southeast of the country. It was founded in 1243, although the area had been settled since the 5th century. As of August 2009 the population is 404,887. Brno is the capital of the South Moravian Region as well as the seat of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, the Supreme Prosecutor's Office and the Ombudsman.

During the mid-14th century Brno became one of the centres for the Moravian regional assemblies, whose meetings alternated between Brno and Olomouc. These regional authority bodies made decisions on political, legal, and financial questions. They were also responsible for the upkeep of regional records. During the Hussite Wars, the city remained faithful to King Zikmund. The Hussites twice laid siege to the city, once in 1428 and again in 1430, both times in vain. During the Thirty Years' War, in 1643 and 1645, Brno was the only city to successfully defend itself from Swedish sieges, thereby allowing the Austrian Empire to reform their armies and to repel the Swedish pressure. In recognition of its services, the city was rewarded with a renewal of its city privileges. In the years following the Thirty Years' War, the city became an impregnable baroque fortress. In 1742, the Prussians vainly attempted to conquer the city, and the position of Brno was confirmed with the establishment of a bishopric in 1777. In 1805, The Battle of Austerlitz took place 6 miles southeast of Brno.

In the 18th century, development of industry and trade began to take place, which continued into the next century. Soon after the industrial revolution, the town became one of the industrial centres of Moravia - sometimes it even being called the Moravian Manchester. In 1839, the first train arrived in Brno. Together with the development of industry came the growth of the suburbs, and the city lost its fortifications, as did the Spielberg fortress, which became a notorious prison to where not only criminals were sent, but also political opponents of the Austrian Empire. Gas lighting was introduced to the city in 1847 and a tram system in 1869. Mahen Theatre in Brno was the first building in the world to use Edison's electric lamps.

During the "First Republic" (1918 - 1938) Brno continued to gain importance - it was during this period that Masaryk University was established (1919), the state armoury (Ceskoslovenska Statni Zbrojovka Brno) was established (1919), and the Brno Fairgrounds were opened in 1928 with an exhibition of contemporary culture. The city was not only a centre of industry and commerce, but also of education and culture. Famous people who lived and worked in the city include Gregor Mendel, Leos Janacek, Viktor Kaplan, Jiri Mahen, and Bohuslav Fuchs. Milan Kundera was born here, leaving to Prague to pursue his university studies and never come back.

In 1939 Brno was annexed by Nazi Germany along with the rest of Moravia and Bohemia. After the war, the ethnic German population was expelled.

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