How to travel around Prague with the public transport. The Public transport is cheap, efficient and highly integrated. However you can decide to travel into the city from the airport by taxi, private pickup, uber or bus.
It is the easiest means to travel into Prague. By public transport requires taking a bus then the metro. If you have heavy luggage or prefer a smoother journey, we recommend booking an airport transfer.
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Bus and Metro
First: Bus 119 from all terminals at Prague Airport to Nádraží Veleslavín metro station (line A), at that point a metro to your goal.
Second: Bus 100 from all terminals at Prague Airport to Zlicin metro station (line B), then a metro to your destination.
Ticket: 32czk in the event that you load up the transport with a ticket (at a bargain at the Public Transport Information Center in the air terminal or from the orange/yellow ticket machines situated by the leave entryways and at the transport stop); 40czk on the off chance that you buy a ticket locally available the transport (exact amount is required).
Prague’s downtown area is minimized, so it is easy to go around either by walking or by open transport. Be cautious with taxis in the city they can overcharge, and there is regularly movement blockage.
There are tickets for 24 crowns, 32 crowns, 1 day, 3 days and 1 month. I will recommend the 1 day ticket because it’s cheap and it permits you to travel on all metros, trams and buses throughout the whole day. It also allows you to switch between the three transport modes.
Where to buy the tickets
They are on sale at metro stations,newsagents, public transport information centres, and from orange/yellow ticket machines located at major tram and bus stops, and inside some of the newer trams.
If you decided to travel by train to another city. Here is the link: Czech Railways
Check the train time and buy your tickets at České dráhy (Czech Railways). It is possible to reserve a seat with extra charges.
RegioJet operate trains with Czech Republic, Slovakia and some neighbourhood country. The earlier you buy your ticket the cheaper the price. I will recommend minimum of one week before your travelling date. Here is the Lines map.