Getting Around Prague
The transportation carrier in Prague is known as The Capital City
of Prague Transport Company - 296 191 817 (daily 7am to 9pm).
The annual volume of passengers is over one billion.
There are various options under the Prague Transport Company:
The Prague Metro network has 3 lines designated by color and letter.
It operates daily. The time interval between trains is usually only
2-3 minutes during rush hours and 4-10 minutes during off-peak hours.
Traveling around the city is possible only with a valid ticket.
Passengers must obtain tickets before entering the metro system.
Tickets can be bought at selected metro stations.
Trams operate from 4:30am to midnight daily. Nighttime operation
is from 12:30am to 4:30am and is provided by tram number 51 to 59
every 30 minutes.
The daytime and nighttime operation of buses is similar to trams.
Bus schedules are located at individual stops.
The funicular operates daily from 9am to 11:30pm (April through
September) and from 9am to 11:20pm (October through March) running
at intervals from 10 to 15 minutes.
Prague Ruzyne Airport is located twelve miles north of Prague city
center. The city's airport handles a large number of flights from
all over Europe as well internationally.
You can rent cars at the airport.