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DURATION: approx. 436 min

DISTANCE: approx. 682 km

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Vienna to Berlin

Czech republic, Germany, Austria

Transfer from Vienna to Berlin in representative cars at a low price with your own individual trip setup. Visit Prague, Dresden and more popular destinations along the way. Try our Trip Planner and explore much more from Europe with REVOCARS!

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Kreuzenstein castle


Kreuzenstein Castle is located on a hill, 266 meters above sea level, just above the village of Leobendorf, few…

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Kreuzenstein Castle is located on a hill, 266 meters above sea level, just above the village of Leobendorf, few kilometres north of Vienna, with a beautiful view over it. The castle has one of the largest collections of historical weapons in Austria, including rare exhibits. You can see the collection and other interiors in a guided tour that lasts between 45 and 60 minutes and costs around EUR 10 for adults. There is an old tavern next to the Castle, where you can enjoy great traditional Austrian food and try local beers.

Opening hours:

May 1 - October 31
MON - SAT: 10:00 - 16:00
SUN AND HOLIDAYS - 10:00 - 17:00

MON: closed
TUE - WED: 10:00 - 17:00
THU - SAT: 10:00 - 22:00
SUN: 10:00 - 18:00


Opening hours may vary, verification is possible on the official site of the castle and tavern. REVOCARS does not guarantee the timeliness and correctness of the information that may have changed since the time of editing!

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Time at destination: 120 min Add

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Česká Republika

Lednice estate was founded approximately in 1222 as a seat of the local landlord but thirty years later it…

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Lednice estate was founded approximately in 1222 as a seat of the local landlord but thirty years later it became a property of the Liechtenstein family who owned it for almost 700 years until 1945. The town that was founded around the estate lies in the fertile wine region Pálava and you can taste wine from local winemakers all year round. In the city you will find a beautiful neo-Gothic chateau surrounded by one of Europe's largest parks that span across almost 200 ha and offers many beautiful sights.



Among many of the wine cellars in this region, you can find beautiful Chateau Lednice that originally served as a water fortress but was rebuild in 1575 to a chateau to serve as a place of summer festivities.This gave rise to a sumptuous representative summer residence, with rich interiors, in the spirit of English Gothic, that were used as a meeting ground of the European nobilities. During the reconstruction of the chateau a large 92-meter-long, 10-meter-high, cast-iron Palm Greenhouse was built, where nowadays, you can find 250 species of tropical and subtropical plants. The main attraction of this Palm Greenhouse is the palm-like cycad Encephalartos altensteinii whose age is estimated to be between 300 and 500 years! If you have enough time, you should definitely walk through the Castle Park and visit one of the many buildings that are scattered around the grounds.

Another great landmark of this area is the Moorish Waterworks, that is located not far from Lednice Castle and you will find it by the river, on the way to the Minaret. In the past, it served as a steam bath, park irrigation system, and the turbine also generated electricity for the chateau and farm buildings. Today, its technology is only used to irrigate park areas and you can find there an information center and stylish café in designed in oriental style. From there you can either walk, or you can get a romantic carriage ride to Januv Castle , that was built near the hunting field as a gathering place of the nobles before the hunt. After the hunt, there were rich feasts and the “King of the Hunt” was proclaimed. Or you can go visit the 62-meter-high Lednice Minaret, the oldest preserved lookout tower in Bohemia, and also the tallest building of this type outside Islamic countries. The reason for its origin is unknown, according to legend, it was in protest of Alois Lichtenstein against the church. Along the way you will come across a building resembling a bridge. However, it is an Aquaduct, built in the Roman style, which was part of the irrigation system of the park. It also served as an artificial waterfall, where the remaining water at the end of the trough fell freely into the adjacent pond.


The chateau area is open all year round free from 7:00 to 22:00 and the chateau itself is open all year round as well and provides several guided tours. Different opening hours apply during different seasons and some public holidays! When planning your trip we recommend that you check the official website of the operator.


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Time at destination: 180 min Add

Prague Prague Prague Prague Prague Prague Prague Prague Prague Prague


Česká Republika

Prague, also known as the “head of the kingdom” or “the mother of cities”, is the 5th most visited city in…

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Prague, also known as the “head of the kingdom” or “the mother of cities”, is the 5th most visited city in Europe. In 2016 it became the 6th best tourist destination in the world according to TripAdvisor.

The capital and largest city of the Czech Republic was founded according to legend on the Vltava River in the 8th century. However, the first archaeological findings indicate the first settlement around 200 BC, later known as the city of Casurgis. The greatest boom of Prague occurred during the reign of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, who made Prague an imperial residence and wanted to make it the capital of the empire. Prague also played an important role in the years to come, when it gradually outlasted the First and Second World War and subsequently the Soviet occupation.


Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world, founded in the 9th century. In one of its four courtyards you will find the Saint Vitus Cathedral. The saint Vitus Cathedral served as a ceremonial place for coronation of Czech kings in the past, and also as a place of their last rest. Alongside the remains of Czech monarchs are deposited the Crown Jewels. Not far from the cathedral is the famous Golden Lane with houses from the 16th century, now serving as a gallery or shops. The castle also includes several important buildings, such as the Prague Castle Riding School, Ball Room of  Prague Castle and several magnificent gardens.

Not far from the Prague Castle you can visit the Strahov Monastery (Mons Sion) with its famous library and picture gallery and a little further from there, you can ascend to the Petřín Lookout Tower, the little sister of the Eifel Tower, which offers a much nicer view.

Along the way to the Old Town Square, where you will find the Old Town Hall and the popular Prague Astronomical Clock from the 13th century, you will surely walk across the  old Charles Bridge that connects the Old Town and New Town, The historically significant part of the New Town is Josefov district also known as a Prague Jewish Town, where you will be astonished by the beautiful architecture of the original Town Hall and 6 Synagogues. 

A very beautiful but neglected sight is Vysehrad, a historic hillfort with a castle in Prague, located on a rock on the right bank of the Vltava River. It is dominated by the Basilica of St. Peter and Paul and from where is beautiful view over the Prague. 

Prague Zoo and Botanical Garden

It is a modern garden that shows animals in conditions that are as close as possible to their natural environment. It has contributed to the rescue of many endangered animal species and has made it the 5th best garden in the world! Right next to the Zoo is the Botanical Garden, which presents interesting exhibits on 52 hectares. The most famous exposition is the greenhouse "Fata Morgana".

TIP: For comfortable exploration of Prague, you can rent one of our cars with a chauffeur for only a few hours! You will manage to see more sights, which is definitely a plus, if you are time constrained.


Prague Airport
Book an airport transfer from Václav Havel Airport Prague to the centre of Prague

Train Station
If you are arriving to or departing from Prague by train, take advantage of the unique possibility of transfer from the hotel to the main station and vice versa.

Bus station
Are you leaving from Florence bus station? Take advantage of our services, we will take you from the door of your hotel to the bus terminals

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Time at destination: 360 min Add




Explore one of the largest cities of eastern Germany. The tour to Dresden can be pure sightseeing or you can…

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Explore one of the largest cities of eastern Germany. The tour to Dresden can be pure sightseeing or you can link it to the great shopping opportunities. The history of the city is very rich and is definitely worth exploring. Most of the city centre got bombarded at the end of World War II. but the city managed to repair most of it and now you can admire the unique architecture and the marvels of the city. 


Do not miss in Dresden:

- Zwinger
This gallery was created in 1709 and offers paintings that are linked with the greatest names. You can be excited to see the Sistine Madonna by Raffaelo, but also paintings created by Giorgione, Titian, Correggio, Mantegna, Botticelli, Parmigianino. One of the large exhibitions of this gallery composes painting from Rembrandt.

- Frauenkirche
This church is a dominant landmark in the city. It was bombarded and almost razed to the ground. The remainings of the church were left untouched to remind the horrors of World War II. After the reunion of the West and East Germany, the church had been restored. 

- Hofkirche
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, and the largest temple building in Saxony.

- Procession of Princes
This 394-foot mural along the wall in the Royal Mews courtyard depicts a parade of Saxony rulers, mainly the Wettings family. The mural was made in 1876 from porcelain tiles and it incredibly survived the 1945 bombing that destroyed most of the surrounding buildings.  

- The residential mansion and courtyard Stallhof
The SKD (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden) complex, is one of the most important and oldest museum complexes in the world. There you can explore the Green Vault Museum, the world-renowned largest and richest treasury in Europe. Don't forget to also explore the courtyard of the Stallhof Castle Riding Hall, which used to serve as a venue for many riding tournaments. 

- Semperoper
It was built in the style of the Italian High Renaissance, destroyed twice during the history and nowadays it serves as a State Opera and Orchestra.

- Lipsiusbau
It is a marvellous building with a distinctive glass dome where contemporary art exhibitions take place.

- Volkswagen glass factory
The unique e-Golf factory. This factory that has glass walls gives you a unique experience to see the car production first handed. 

- Neumarkt Square
It is the most famous square in the centre of Dresden in the original 18th-century Baroque style. Around the Frauenkirche church, there are many narrow streets that invite you to walk, shop or sit in restaurants and cafés.

This unique building that was built to look like a mosque in 1906 used to be a headquarters and factory for a tobacco company. 


For shopping in Dresden:
(Sunday closed!)

- Dresden Gallery Center

- Globetrotter

- Barockviertel

- Karstadt

- Altmarkt Gallery Dresden

- Prager Strasse


See something more around Dresden

It is possible to extend this trip with additional locations. The final price will be calculated individually. We recommend the following locations: 

- Bastei
The impressive Bastei Rock Bridge is located in a nature sanctuary area with perfect views of the cliffs and the Elbe Canyon. This unique place is definitely recommended as an addition to your trip at any time of the year, definitely worth it!


- Königstein
Königstein Fortress was built on a tableland and became the largest military fortress in Europe and the oldest surviving German barracks. The walls reach a height of 42m and have never been overcome. A great attraction is also a well deep 152.5m.

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Time at destination: 360 min Add

Berlín, Německo