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Public Transport in Prague

Prague public transport consists of: 3 underground lines A, B and C 24 tram lines (1-26, lines 19 and 23 were cancelled) and 8 night lines (91-99) Bus lines for day (100-250) and night (901-915) service for city, suburban and out-of-town travel (300…

Parking in Prague

A complete guide Many people (especially non-Pragueans) say they wouldn't want to drive in Prague because the traffic is quite heavy, the drivers are often rude and generally - like any other major city - it requires a certain level of driving…

Parking at Prague Airport

Park safely and comfortably The Václav Havel Airport in Prague (also known as Prague Ruzyne) is located on the northwestern outskirts of Prague in the Prague 6 - Ruzyne district. It is easily accessible from the city centre by public transport, by…

Prague trams

The Prague public transport system consists of an integrated network of trams, buses, the metro, funiculars, and ferries. The tram system includes 24 daytime lines, 9 night lines, and a historical Nostalgic Tram.

Prague Metro

Metro Lines The Prague Metro currently consists of three lines: Line A (green), Line B (yellow), and Line C (red). These lines measure 65 kilometres and have 61 stations, three of which offer interchangeable lines.


Prague’s international airport, previously known as Prague Ruzyně International Airport, was officially renamed Václav Havel Airport Prague in October 2012, in honour of the former Czech president Václav Havel, who was the country…

Airport Transfers to the City Centre

Václav Havel Airport is situated in the Prague periphery in Ruzyně district, and it transports over 12 million passengers every year. There are several ways to travel from the airport to the city centre: by regular buses MHD, Airport Express and…

Prague’s Main Railway Station

Prague’s Main Railway Station is the largest railway terminal in the Czech Republic, where regional, national and international trains are dispatched daily (e.g. to Austria, Germany, Switzerland, etc.). For international railway lines, Prague…

Florenc Central Bus Station

Situated right next to the Florenc metro station, the Florenc Bus Station (UAN in Czech) is Prague’s biggest bus terminal, where both national and international coach lines are dispatched daily. There are 25 departure platforms and two…

Getting to Prague

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is located in the geographical centre of Europe making it an important transport hub.