Transportation in Prague

Public transport

Prague has a very efficient subway, tram and bus transportation system. On the new Prague underground, peak hours trains run every 1 or 2 minutes, and during off-peak hours at least every 10 minutes. The most recent information on Prague’s transportation system can be found on the official website.


The Prague Subway network consists of 3 lines designated by letters and differentiated in colour: A – green colour (Depo Hostivař station – Nemocnice Motol station), B – yellow colour (Černý most station – Zličín station), C – red colour (Letňany station – Háje station), with transfers possible at Museum station (lines A and C), Můstek station (lines A and B), Florenc station (lines B and C). Subway operates daily from 5 a.m. till midnight.


Daytime operation is from 4:30 a.m. till midnight. Night-time operation is from 00:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. and is provided by tram numbers 91 to 99 with traffic intervals of 30 minutes. The central transfer-station for night-time lines is Lazarská stop. Tram schedules are located at individual stops. The tram stop which is marked with the sign =M= means that there is the possibility to get out and continue with the subway(metro).


The daytime and night-time operation of buses is similar to tram operation. Night-time service is provided by bus numbers 901 to 915. Bus schedules are located at individual stops.


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Prague City Transport Fares

Travelling by city transport is possible with a valid ticket only. Passengers have to obtain their tickets before boarding the vehicle or entering the Metro system. The ticket is valid only if marked in the validation appliance.


Standard ticket: 40 CZK / 1.56 EUR
Short-term ticket: 30 CZK / 1.17 EUR

The standard ticket is valid for 90 minutes and a short-term ticket is valid for 30 minutes after marking.

One-day (24-hour) ticket: 120 CZK /4.67 EUR
3-day (72-hour) ticket: 330 CZK/ 12.84 EUR
These tickets are valid for all the city transport facilities and allow transfers. On such a ticket, the owner’s name and the date of birth have to be filled in. The ticket is valid from the moment of its marking. These tickets can be bought in the Information Centres of the Prague Information Service (PIS).

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Ticket Inspection

The validity of tickets can be checked by the ticket inspectors of Dopravní podnik (The Prague Public Transport Company) at any time during travel or stay in the Metro system. The ticket inspector is entitled to ask the passenger to produce his or her valid ticket, to confiscate invalid tickets, and collect a penalty (1000 CZK, if paid at once 800 CZK) in case of travel without a valid ticket. In the case of unpaid freight, the inspector collects a penalty of 50 CZK. To prove their identity, inspectors produce yellow-and-red badges. They issue receipts for the penalty amounts.


Vaclav Havel Airport Prague handles flights of most European carriers and also overseas flights. It is located 30–45 minutes by car from the centre of Prague. There is a good connection between the airport and the city centre by public transport and taxis. You can easily get to the city centre using one of the public buses. For the quickest transport to the city centre or the nearest metro station, we advise using routes 119 and 100. Unfortunately, there is no subway or train connection to the city.


Using taxi services with an operator (operators speak English)
AAA Taxi:
+420 222 333 222
Boarding charge: approx. 30–40 CZK/1 drive
Journeys within the city: approx. 26–28 CZK/1 kilometer
Waiting time: approx. 4–6 CZK/1 minute

Using mobile taxi applications

We also recommend using worldwide or local taxi apps or for transportation in Prague.

Download the free apps from App Store or Google Play.


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