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Prague Public Transport

The Prague City displays one of the best public-transport systems in Europe, which includes Metro, tram, bus and some railway lines.

For public transport in Prague see www.dpp.cz

Public transport tickets valid for Metro (subway), bus, and tram must be purchased before boarding and immediately validated on the first use of a transport medium by one of the ticket cancellation machines placed inside the vehicle or at the subway entrance. On all stations, the time table as well as a list of line stations can be found.

The tickets are available at most of the newspaper (cigarette, tobacco) stands, in small shops, and from special vending machines. You can buy two types of tickets for a single trip:

  • 26 CZK (about 1 €) fare for a 75 minute trip with as many transfers as needed.
  • 18 CZK (about 0.70 €) fare for a trip limited to five subway stops, max. 30 minutes or to 20 minutes transport time in tram or bus. With this ticket, transfers are permitted only in metro.
  • There are also special tickets valid for 24 hours (100 CZK), three days (330 CZK), 7 days (500 CZK).

Maps of Prague transportation lines

Day operation – Prague Ruzyně Airport (pdf to download)

Night operation – Prague Ruzyně Airport (pdf to download)

Metro & Tram operation (pdf to download)

Metro & Bus operation (pdf to download)

Prague night operation (pdf to download)

 
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