Transport in Prague
How to travel when you’re in Prague. Information about the trains, trams, metro, buses and taxis.
How to transport yourself in Prague..
- By Bus
Buses cover the outskirts of Prague and areas where trams or the metro don’t run. Daytime buses run from 4:30 a.m. till midnight.Intervals on weekends. Night buses run from around midnight till 4:30 a.m. Bus 119 connects the Ruzyněairport with the Dejvická metro station and bus 100 connects the aiport with the Zličínstation. They are both a convenient and cheap way to get to and from the Prague airport. You can buy your ticket online, at the busstation and in the bus.
- By Tram
Trams are a reliable ally of the Prague metro. Are you staying in the center of Prague then you can easely use the tram. Dozens of tram lines crossing the center of Prague, and ending in the suburbs. It’s very easy to create your own city tour. With 23 lines, 606 stations and a network with a total length of 500 km of the most popular means of transport among the population. During rush hour you never have to wait longer than 8 minutes.
- By Taxi
The Taxi is a populair way of transport in Prague. If you use the Taxi it is good to know that there are maximum price are established downtown the city. A drive price consist with an get in price (40 CZK / € 1,44) and the price per kilometres (28 CZK / € 1,01). Official taxi have an lightend inscription on the roof, a intermittent black-white on the sides of the car and have an pricelist in the car.
- By Metro
The Prague subway is fast, efficient, clean and easy to use. Its three lines consist of about 62 km of tracks running mostly underground.The three lines of the Prague metro currently are:
Line A (Green)
Line B (Yellow)
Line C (Red)
Metro´s run from around 4:45 a.m. and the last metro leaves its station of origin at midnight. Metro´s arrive in 1-3 min. intervals during the peak hours of the morning and afternoon commute and in 4-10 min. intervals in the off hours.
- By train
Praque has two major railway stations. Hlavní nádraží is the largest in the city. It is located between two districts Vinohrady and Nové Mesto that is about one kilometer by foot from the old city square. Over there most of the international trains stop. The train is maybe the cheapest and most efficient stations. Children cheapest and effiecient way to travel around the country. When you travel by train you can buy tickets at the stations, children between 6 and 15 year get 50% discount.