In the city, there are multiple ways to travel through the city. You can choose to go by metro, tram or bus. The metro has three colour-coded lines:
- Line A (green): Depo Hostivar – Nemocnice Motol
- Line B (yellow): Cerny Most – Zlicín
- Line C (red): Letnany – Háje
You can transfer to another metro at the following locations:
- Mustek station (A & B)
- Muzeum station (A & C)
- Florence station (B & C)
Trams in Prague are reliable and convenient. Daytime trams start running at 4:30 am approximately every 10 minutes until midnight. Night trams, numbers 51 to 59 run from midnight until 4:30 am every 30 to 40 minutes.
The most useful tram is tram number 22. This tram goes to Prague’s top attractions. It also provides breath-taking views of the city along its route. The tram runs through Hradčany, passing by the National Theatre and stopping at Prague Castle, Loreta and Strahov Monastery.
There are 2 train stations in Prague.
- Praha hlavní nádraží train station. The main station in Prague is near Wenceslas Square.
- Nádraží Praha-Holešovice train station is located outside the city centre.
You can check train times and book tickets here. Information on this website is in Czech, English and German. You can also buy train tickets from any train station.