Private Taxi, Shuttle, Bus from Budapest to Berlin

The total journey from Budapest to Berlin is 873 km and will take approximately 8 hours 43 minutes

Reliable door-to-door taxi transfers from Budapest to Berlin with our modern Mercedes fleet of fully licensed and insured taxis, minivans, minibuses and coaches.
There are no hidden fees. You will get all-inclusive rate confirmed before you book includes all taxes, tolls and fees. Free cancellation or modification can be made up to 12 hours before the planned journey. We will take you from any address, any hotel in Budapest to any address, any hotel in Berlin. We are cheaper than a standard taxi and more reliable than public transport.

Free WiFi, Free Drink, Free Cancellation, Free Modification, Exclusive Mercedes Cars, English Speaking Drivers

See the prices from Budapest to Berlin

Book a Standard Car from Budapest to Berlin

Standard Car


Mercedes E class, Skoda Superb

Free WiFi Free Drink AC

 English Speaking Driver

Up to 3 passengers including children

Max of 3 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 718 €

Today Discount -65 €


653 €

Price per car

Book a Business Car from Budapest to Berlin

Business Car


New Mercedes E class

Free WiFi Free Drink AC

 English Speaking Driver

Up to 2 passengers including children

Max of 3 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 933 €

Today Discount -85 €


848 €

Price per car

Book a Luxury Car from Budapest to Berlin

Luxury Car


Mercedes S class

Free WiFi Free Drink AC

 English Speaking Driver

Up to 2 passengers including children

Max of 3 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 1436 €

Today Discount -131 €


1305 €

Price per car

Book a Standard Van from Budapest to Berlin

Standard Van


Mercedes Vito, Mercedes Viano

Free WiFi Free Drink AC

 English Speaking Driver

Up to 4 passengers including children

Max of 7 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 754 €

Today Discount -69 €


685 €

Price per car

Book a Exclusive Van from Budapest to Berlin

Exclusive Van


New Mercedes Vito, V-class

Free WiFi Free Drink AC

 English Speaking Driver

Up to 7 passengers including children

Max of 9 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 825 €

Today Discount -75 €


750 €

Price per car

Book a Standard Bus from Budapest to Berlin

Standard Bus


Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter

Free WiFi AC

 

Up to 15 passengers including children

Max of 15 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 1651 €

Today Discount -150 €


1501 €

Price per car

Book a Exclusive Bus from Budapest to Berlin

Exclusive Bus


Mercedes Sprinter

Free WiFi AC

 

Up to 20 passengers including children

Max of 20 checked luggage


Private Taxi - Vehicle exclusively for you

Budapest to Berlin 1938 €

Today Discount -176 €


1762 €

Price per car

Travel with us from Budapest to Berlin

Do you have any questions?

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+420778800388

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send us an email

info@ictaxi.cz

Book your car from Budapest to Berlin now!

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Reviews

Reviewed by Michel

Best ever expierence with transfer!

Ictaxi is a very professional service. I have been using them for the last 2 years. Every time they pick us up it's always in a big vehicle very spacious and relaxing.

Reviewed by Carl

Very efficient and comfortable transfer service

Ictaxi are the consummate professionals. Efficient, punctual and courteous service in clean, spacious vehicles. Great value too

Reviewed by Ignacio A

Great service. Highly recommended

We had a nice ride to from Munich to Prague with Vaclav. He always showed up in time (even 15 - 30 minutes before), was kind and polite the whole time, and also stopped a couple of times when we needed it. The vehicle was clean and nice and Vaclav drove smoothly and carefully. Was a very good experience! I highly recommend it!


Getting from Budapest to Berlin. How to travel from Budapest to Berlin


Traveling by car from Budapest to Berlin is for those who don’t want the stress of driving in a foreign country, and like to have someone knowledgeable taking care of the journey, then a private transfer from Budapest to Berlin is the best option. The driver can stop if you want to stretch your legs and visit potential places of interest. The driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Budapest and then you just sit back and relax while your driver takes care of the Budapest to Berlin drive. ICTAXI.CZ is faster and more comfortable than buses and trains to Berlin.


Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is the capital and the most populous city of Hungary. Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the Danube river with the unification of Buda and Óbuda on the west bank, with Pest on the east bank on November 17, 1873. It is the administrative, cultural, scientific, economic, trade and transportation center with about 2 million inhabitants. In AD 89, the Romans founded Aquincum on the old Celtic settlement, where Óbuda is currently located. During the next four centuries, it served as the capital of Pannonia, an ancient province of the Roman Empire. The word Aquincum comes from the word “aqua” (water) due to its numerous thermal springs, which centuries later, in 1934, would give Budapest the title of “City of Spas”.


Berlin, Germany

The history of Berlin starts with its foundation in the 13th century. It became the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg in 1417, and later of Brandenburg-Prussia, and the Kingdom of Prussia. Prussia grew rapidly in the 18th and 19th century, and formed the basis of the German Empire in 1871. The 1 September 1939 Germany invaded Poland and the Second World War was declared. Berlin was demolished at the end of the conflict by the British and American aerial bombings, as well as by the progress of the Russian army. The Berlin Wall was built by East Germany in 1961 and divided the city both physically and ideologically until 1989.