Public Transport in Prague

Public Transport in Prague is fast, frequent and cheap. The tram and metro take you to all sights and attractions in the city. There are very few buses in central Prague as they serve the suburbs. Buy your public transport tickets from a Trafika (news agency shop) or from the vending machine at the tram stop or in the metro station. Buy a Travel card if you want to travel hassle-free.

Prague is a compact city and most sights are within walking distance of each other. Still it is quite an experience to travel on a Prague tram. Sit back and enjoy the view. Hop on tram 22 or 23 that wend their way past the most important tourist sights. Experience the very fast escalators in some of the metro station. Some stations are very deep down and when the metro was built fast escalators were installed. Today, under EU regulations, they are no longer allowed. When a metro station has been renovated, the escalators are going up and down at a snail’s pace.

Prague Card: Free Travel on Tram and Metro

Travel free on the Prague metro and trams with your Prague Card. This card also allows you free admission to many famous museums like the Jewish Museum and Prague Castle. Besides, you get up to 50% discount on many Prague attractions, boat trips and in restaurants....

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From Prague Airport to City Centre

From Prague Airport to City Centre takes about half an hour. Vaclav Havel International Airport is about fifteen kilometers northwest of the centre of Prague. It takes  30 minutes by taxi (40 minutes in the rush) and 30 minutes by public transport – 15 minutes by bus...

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Vltavska Metro Station and Street Art

Street art in Vltavska metro station is worth checking out. Vltavska is one of the many stops on the red line C and also a busy tram junction. It is neglected, it is ugly. It is a place no one wants to be unless they need transport. Yet, Vltavska is unique because it...

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Hop-on Hop-off Bus Prague

Hop on or hop off as often as you like and enjoy the sights of Prague in a relaxed and hassle-free way! This is one of the best ways to see the iconic sights of Prague without walking one single step! Highlights include: Old Town Square and the Astronomical clock and...

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Prague Card: Free Travel on Tram and Metro

Travel free on the Prague metro and trams with your Prague Card. This card also allows you free admission to many famous museums like the Jewish Museum and Prague Castle. Besides, you get up to 50% discount on many Prague attractions, boat trips and in restaurants....

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From Prague Airport to City Centre

From Prague Airport to City Centre takes about half an hour. Vaclav Havel International Airport is about fifteen kilometers northwest of the centre of Prague. It takes  30 minutes by taxi (40 minutes in the rush) and 30 minutes by public transport – 15 minutes by bus...

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Tram and Metro in Prague

Public transport in Prague is excellent; swift, cheap and frequent. You will have the choice of tram and metro. There are only few buses in the centre, they tend to go to the suburbs. Your ticket is good for 90 minutes of travel on all forms of transport, including...

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Tram Stops for Popular Attractions

Help! Where do I get off to get to Prague Castle? Do you recognize this? Prague-Now has put together a list of tram stops and metro station near important Prague sights. Although Prague is a compact city and most attractions are within walking distance of each other,...

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