Public Transportation in Prague

Buses in Prague
Bus is the cheapest way to travel across Europe. Czech Republic has connection from/to major European cities several times a week. Most international buses arrive to Prague to Florenc (Main Station), where you can find the schedules, fares and some travel agencies. A few buses go to Roztyly. Both stations have metro stops and are easy accessible.
Metro in Prague Metro
The Prague metro carries around 400 million passengers a year. It is fast, efficient, clean, and easy to use. Its three lines consist of about 50 km of tracks (running mostly underground) and some 50 stations.
Tram in Prague Trams
Trams cover a large area of the city (with 500 km of tracks) and are used by some 300 million people a year. Daytime trams run from 4:30 a.m. till midnight in 8-10 min. intervals (8-15 min. on weekends). Night trams (numbers 51-58) run from 00:30 a.m. till 4:30 a.m. in 40 min. intervals.
Tickets in Prague Tickets
This ticket can be used on any type of public transportation and allows transfers between lines (subway to subway, tram to tram, etc.) and types oftransport (subway to tram, tram to bus, etc.)...
How to get from airport to city centre of Prague How to get from Airport to centre of Prague
The are 2 buses between The airport in Prague and the city - no. 119 and no. 100. Bus 119 goes to subway station A (green)line “DEJVICKA” and then it is 2 – 4 stops to the historical centre of Prague Bus 119 runs between the Ruzyne Airport and Dejvická metro stop (line A). Connections run every 7 to 20 minutes ...

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