PRAGUE MAPS & TRANSPORT

  • Map of Central Europe, Czech Republic and it’s 4 neighbours: Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Austria. (Flight distances: Prague-Wien = 240 km, Prague-Berlin = 260 km, Prague-Munich = 290 km, Prague-Bratislava = 290 km, Prague-Budapest = 425 km, Prague-Warszawa = 505 km)

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The same Prague Map but in Google: (Left-click twice to zoom in)

  • Download Prague Day Transport Map: Trams and Metro: (Click on the Map). Metro: Line A (green), Line B (yellow), Line C (red).

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  • Download Prague Night Transport Map: Trams and Buses (Metro doesn’t work): (Green routes: Buses, Red Routes: Trams) (Click on the Map)

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Transport in Prague

All Prague means of Transport (only zones P, B, O, which cover most of Prague) trams, metro, buses are integrated in a unique payment system with tickets (also could be bought by SMS, electronic tickets, for owners of local czech mobile numbers). The same ticket (if its for 26 Crowns or more) covers all means of transport (except taxi) even with a  transfer, within the time limit. Passengers are obliged to buy and validate a ticket in the tram or at the ticket validation zone in Metro. The tickets can be bought in the automatic machines on the stations, underground stations or almost any tobacco store. There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside the tram. The inspectors don’t make exceptions or listen to any excuses and work 365 days a year including all holidays. Fine at the place: 25 Euro (700 Kc).

VIP COMFORTABLE AND RELIABLE TAXI SERVICE for all your needs in and around Prague!

I can recommend Mike as a friendly reliable taxi service with a comfortable large car with a video player in the back!

Czech, English, German and Spanish spoken with free map and tips to make your visit to Prague more enjoyable! As well as airport transfers Mike can take you on VIP excursions to nearby cities and also take you around Prague. Just let me know and we will give you a good price and confirmation. (David’s & Mike’s Contact info in the bottom of the HOME section)

Alternative Taxi in Prague : AAA Taxi. Call 14014

How to get cheaply from Prague Airport to the City and back:

There is no direct metro connection to the Prague airport.

To go to the Prague city centre, take bus no. 119 (in front of the terminal) to Dejvická metro station (Green Line A) or the number 100 to Zličín metro station (line B – yellow) – farther from the city centre, and continue the journey by underground to the city center. To get back to the airport: from the end stations of Metro : Line A: Green : Dejvická metro station take bus no. 119, and from the end station of Line B: Yellow: Zličín metro station, take tram number 100 to the Airport.

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