Public transportation in Prague
Prague has a very sophisticated transportation system (MHD). It consists of the metro , trams, buses and the funicular ascending Petřín Hill.
Prague’s Metro system is quite new and efficient. During peak hours trains run every 1 or 2 minutes and off peak at least every 10 minutes.
The Metro system consists of three lines:
Line A • (green), Depo Hostivař–Nemocnice Motol
Line B • (yellow), Černý Most–Zličín
Line C • (red), Letňany–Háje
The Metro operates from 5.00 to 24.00.
Buses and trams:
Special lines No. 51–59 ( trams) and 501–513 ( buses) provide an all-night service.
It is recommended to buy the tickets from the machines at the entrance to the subway or in newsstands.
90 minutes / 32 CZK for all types of public transport in Prague
30 minutes / 24 CZK for all types of public transport in Prague
1 day / 24 hours / 110 CZK for all types of public transport in Prague
3 days / 72 hours / 310 CZK for all types of public transport in Prague
Do not forget to mark your ticket when entering the subway, (in tram, in bus).
More information about the transportation possibilities from the Prague Airport to the City Centre can be found at:http://www.pragueairport.co.uk/
Most taxis in Prague do not accept credit cards! Although it is easy enough in the centre to hail a taxi on the street, it is recommended that you book one in advance.
The official fare is approximately CZK 30 per kilometre, so please check the price list before you get into the car.