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General information about Prague Metro
Prague metro lines
The whole underground network is divided into the three main lines, each represented by its own color:
- Line A (green)
- Line B (yellow)
- Line C (red)
The metro operates every day between 5.00 a.m. and midnight.
- two to three minutes between trains during peak hours
- four to nine minutes in off peak hours (after 7.00 p.m.).
There are 57 metro stations with 3 important transfer stations – Muzeum (red to green), Mustek (yellow to green) and Florenc (yellow to red). To get from one station to another takes about two minutes.
Download metro + tram plan (PDF, 600 kB)
Signs in Prague metro
Alhough the stations are well signposted even for those unfamiliar with the language, in each station there is an information kiosk or a service providing help.
Prague metro tickets
The Prague metro is an open ticket system. Passengers are obliged to buy and validate a ticket before entering the metro platform. Now you can also buy tickets by SMS. There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside the metro area.
Prague metro – links
- Get tickets stamped by: Sinead Mc Cusker
- Get tickets stamped by: Pavel
- Get tickets stamped by: Andres Sanchez (UK)
- get to 987 design hotel by: rana khoury
- Travel Pass for Prague by: Anne Ram
- Validating by: German
Last update: 2009-09-01