Historic Bus K along lesser-known highlights in Prague

Public transport fans can indulge themselves in Prague and take a ride on the historic bus K. The route passes lesser-known highlights and shows a different aspect of the city. The route comprises the Dejvice district of Prague 6 and partly follows the route of the first Prague trolleybus line, which ran from 1936 to 1959 between Vozovna Střešovice and Svatý Matěj in Dejvice. If you buy a 24-hour ticket you can transfer to the nostalgic tram 41 and 42 at three stops. The buses on the historic K line are a Karos B951 and Karos B961 that ran in Prague from 2002 to 2006 and the Irisbus Citybus 12M and Irisbus Citelis 12M which ran from 1995 to 2005.

Nostalgic bus K

* The route takes 30 minutes
* You can get on and off at any stop
* The bus runs every 40 minutes
* The first ride is at 10 a.m. and the last at 5:30 p.m
* Runs on weekends and public holidays, in July and August also on Wednesdays
* Two types of tickets: single fare ticket and 24-hour ticket
* The 24-hour ticket is also valid on tram 41 and 42
* Payment on the bus contactless, by credit card or cash
* Ordinary public transport tickets are not valid on bus K

The route of the historic bus K

Bus K passes through interesting, lesser-known neighbourhoods in Prague.
Departure from Stadion Strahov and then via the stops Koleje Strahov – Malovanka – Park Max van der Stoela – Vozovna Střešovice – Prašný most – Vítězné náměstí – Lotyšská – Na Santince – Dukla, Juliska – U Matěje – Špitálka – Dyrinka – Hanspaulka – Sušická – Na Píská – Starodejvická – Pod Vyhlídkou – Macharovo náměstí – Vozovna Střešovice – Max van der Stoel Park – Pohořelec – Malovanka / Dlabačov – Koleje – Stadion Strahov.

Sightseeing en route

The historic bus line K connects to historic trams 41 and 42. You can change at Vozovna Střešovice for tram 41, at Pohořelec stop for tram 42 and at Dlabačov / Malovanka for tram 42.

* Get off at the St. Matěj stop, walk through the Baba district with architecturally interesting functionalist villas then enjoy the view of the Vltava and Prague.
* From the Strahov Stadium stop, it is a short walk to Petrin Hill, Štefánik Observatory and Petrín Cable Car.
* The Pohořelec stop is near Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery and Strahov Library.
* The Vozovna Střešovice stop is at the Public Transport Museum.

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