Public Transport

Public transport in Prague is excellent. It is reasonably priced, efficient, and covers the majority of the city.


  • Underground, there are only three lines, A - green; B -yellow, C- red
  • All three lines are crossing bellow the Wenceslaus’s square.
  • Operating hours: 5 a.m. - midnight.




  • On surface, marked with numbers 1-26. Intervals 8-15 minutes
  • Day operating hours: 4:30 a.m. - 12:15 a.m.
  • Night trams are those with blue numbers 50-59. Night time interval is 30 minutes.
  • Central night-time transfer point is at Lazarska stop


  • operating primarily in suburbs, connecting distant area with metro end stations.
  • Intervals: 5-20 minutes
  • Night- time numbers: 501-512


tickets for metro, trams and buses

  • Tickets can be bought from machines and ticket offices at metro stations or kiosks, in some cases on board trams or buses.
  • Tickets are valid for all three types of transportation.
  • Do not forget to validate your ticket as soon as you start your journey by inserting it into yellow validating machines. NOTE: twice stamped ticket becomes invalid.
  • Prices:  single - non transferable ticket costs CZK 24,- is valid for up to 30 minutes on trams and buses
  • Transferable ticket costs CZK 32, - and can be used for metro, trams and buses, as well as transfers among those for up to 90 minutes.


Unfortunately the reputation of taxi service in Prague is not very good. Please be careful!!
If you are interested,  don’t hesitate to contact us, we can provide taxi transportation by our allied taxi company during your stay. You can be sure of reliability of their services.


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