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Your driver will meet you at your address in Salzburg.
You’ll travel in comfort for 1 h 10 min.
Your driver will drop you off at your address in Hallstatt.
Referred to as ‘World of the Ice Giants’ in German, the Werfen Ice caves are a natural wonder that can only be experienced in Austria. The World’s Largest Ice Cave
Experience a high-altitude encounter with the past at the mighty 900 year old Hohenwerfen Castle that stands high above the Austrian town of Wefen, deep in the Berchtesgaden Alp A castle that delights movie buffs
This picturesque town owes its charms to its “white gold” salt mines, which were once the source of Salzburg’s wealth. Built from the Ground Up
When every view feels like it should be on a postcard, it can sometimes be hard to believe that what you see is real. A village of nature and music
Hugging the Wolfgangsee Lake and enclosed by the soaring Alps, this charming medieval town is a pilgrimage site for lovers of history and scenery. A Waterfront Wonder
The picturesque spa town of Bad Ischl was the summer residence of Emperor Franz Josef, whose actions led to the start of the First World War. A town fit for an emperor
3 Oct 2019
Pleasant experiences first time using Daytrip
I rarely write reviews. My first time experiences using day trip in Europe have been very positive and I thought I’d write a short one to recommend it to others. I used it from Salzburg to Hallstatt and then from Hallstatt again to Innsbruck and then from Zurich to fussen. All three drivers arrived on time, had baby car seat as promised, and they all texted me on WhatsApp after they have arrived. I asked for breaks along the way for my cranky toddler to get some air and they all kindly agreed to it. One driver even prepared a small toy for my baby to play with. Thank you for the good service!
19 May 2017
We used Daytrip 5 times during our trip to Central Europe the first two weeks of May. Vienna to Budapest Budapest to Salzburg Salzburg to Halstatt Halstatt to Czesky Krumlov Czesky Krumlov to Prague We were very happy with our drivers. Prompt, courteous, good English speakers. Mark was our driver from Vienna to Budapest. We stopped by Kreuzenstein Castle, Gyor and Pannonhalma Abbey. It was great being able to see these off the beaten path places. Kreuzenstein Castle can only be visited if you are part of a guided tour. For some reason the place opened at 12 noon instead of 11 and the tour was in German Mark was flexible and we ended up waiting 2 hours. Best to get the 4 euro guide book before entering. He dropped us off at our hotel in Budapest. We later got a call from him informing us that we forgot our tripod in his car and he dropped it off at our hotel the following day. Just classy service all around. Yuri drove us from Budapest to Salzburg. This was a long drive and tourists should note that if the driver will not be sleeping at your destination there is not as much flexibility and travelers should be considerate. We stopped by the gorgeous Melk Abbey and should have stopped by Lake Wolfgang but there was an accident en route and with the delay we had to skip Lake Wolfgang. Jan drove us from Salzburg to Halstatt and also from Halstatt to Czesky Krumlov. He was very flexible - we decided to add Lake Wolfgang, and skip Bad Ischl. We stopped by the Hohenwerfen Fortress which had a wonderful exhibit on Da Vinci's inventions but the castle itself was closed. They did have a bird show which turned out to be a lot more fun than we expected. It was a rainy day and he suggested that we do the salt mine in Halstatt which turned out to be a wonderful experience - he patiently waited for us. He was very helpful with the luggage - Halstatt has car-free zones and lots of stairs. The following day he drove us to Czesky Krumlov - we stopped by Mauthausen concentration camp and the monastery Vyssi Brod. Vyssi Brod tour was only in Czeck :-(. While he was flexible he was also very good with moving us along so we would make the next places before closing. Again he carried our luggage up several flights of stairs in our hotel in Cesky. Just topnotch service the whole time Nikolai drove us from Czesky Krumlov to Prague. He was also very flexible, a good conversationalist, and patient. We stopped by Hlubojka, Cervena Lhota and Karlstein - tourists should be mindful of holidays - Hluboka was closed. For some reason the Karlstein tour was a short version, did not include some parts of the castle open only to big groups. Again, top service from Daytrip. _____ There were only 2 of us traveling and we still found the service worth the cost. We would have had to pay extra excursion fees to visit those stops anyway, and some are not in any organized excursion. It was great being able to explore places without a tour group. Also, you're not rushing to catch a train or bus - you can linger in one spot, cut short a visit to another if you wish to move on. Only thing is I think the company should be more pro active with providing information re the schedules of the points of interest - first and last guided tour, which ones are in English, which ones have audioguides. It is a young company and it seemed the drivers were just getting acquainted with a lot of the stops. Hopefully they will get more background historical and practical knowledge which would add to the experience. This is what we experienced in Greece - the private driver was not the tour guide and did not enter the historical sites but he provided substantial background context before each stop which made the trip more memorable. If there are 3 or 4 people traveling this is a no-brainer. It's like ubering across central Europe. Great service.
10 Sep 2021
Our experience with Daytrip was great! We used it to get from Naples to Sorrento and Sorrento back to Naples. The drivers were on time and professional. The communications were clear. Thank you.
8 Sep 2021
Amazing trip from Skopje to Belgrade!
My husband & I booked a DayTrip from Skopje, Macedonia to Belgrade, Serbia. We drove with a man by the name of Filip and he was awesome! Not only did he help us move through the border so quickly, he was polite and provided us with water for the trip! DayTrip goes above and beyond to make you feel comfortable getting into a strangers vehicle. They provide you with a picture of your driver, make and color of vehicle and license plate number a few days before your trip is to occur. We would absolutely utilize DayTrip again!
All our drivers speak English as well as their native language (and sometimes additional languages too!). They're happy to discuss local history and culture with you, and answer any questions you may have. And because they speak the local language, they're able to provide you with a unique opportunity to connect with natives.
We screen all our drivers for criminal and traffic records, and personally interview each one. We also inspect their cars for safety, comfort, and reliability. All cars must be less than ten years old, in excellent operating condition, and insured as required by local law. And because our drivers are locals, they're familiar with the rules and customs of the road.
Make changes to your booking or cancel your reservation up to 24 hours in advance and get a full refund.
If you’re traveling with children, make sure to let us know in the booking so we can get the appropriate child seats ready!
Pets are allowed (and loved)! We just need to know beforehand. You can tell us about them in the next phase of the booking.
Gratuity isn’t included or required, but if you really enjoyed your trip, you can show your driver your appreciation with an optional tip (10% is sufficient).
Each passenger is allowed to have one checked bag and one carry on. If you’re traveling with more bags or oversized luggage, you can adjust this while booking.
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