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Private Taxi, private minibus from Berlin to Budapest
The total journey from Berlin to Budapest is 874 km and will take approximately 8 hours 53 minutes
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Free WiFi, Free Drink
All vehicles are equipped with LTE WiFi connection. You can surf, chat with your friends, send your photos, and check your e-mails during your trip.
Free cancellation or modification can be made up to 12 hours before the planned journey.
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.
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”.