Prague is a walking-friendly city if you like walking. You can take a taxi or Uber, of course. And why not use the perfect Prague public transport?
Prague Public transport
Prague has a perfect public transport network and tickets are not expensive, so make the most of it. You may check the website of Prague integrated transport, which is also in English. It is a great help to plan your route, and you will also find all the information about tickets there. Below you will find detailed info about transport in Prague with maps and links to route planning.
is the backbone of public transport in Prague. Daily carries over one million passengers who use it for travelling to work and school, or in order to reach their leisure time activities. Prague metro network consists of three lines A, B, C, where trains run every 2-4 minutes at peak times and every 5-10 minutes at other times.
Prague tram network is one of the largest in Europe. Trams offer a comfortable and reliable surface transportation in Prague.
Buses in Prague Integrated Transport complement the metro and tram network. Urban buses operate within the city of Prague, while suburban buses connect also surrounding municipalities.
Trains offer fast, comfortable and safe travelling in the whole region. You can use PID train lines to travel either within the city or to travel to some of the nearby municipalities.
- Petřín funicular
Funicular to Petřín hill is a popular tourist attraction. It is included in the PID system, therefore all Prague public transport tickets can be used. The funicular is operated for the whole year, only in spring and in autumn it is interrupted for approximately three weeks inspection.
Ferries can shorten your path across the Vltava river. All ferries in Prague are included in the Prague Integrated Transport (PID) system, therefore passengers can use PID tickets
You can also take a taxi, however, we strongly recommend you not to take a random taxi on the street. Unfortunately, Prague taxi drivers don´t have the best reputation due to often highly overpriced service. Therefore, it is better to book a taxi through your hotel reception or use services of established companies such as AAA Taxi or Liftago.
You can make use of popular Uber also in Prague.