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Prague Transport :: Public transport passes

How to get 24 or 72h passes for Prague metro, tram, bus

Station Rajska Zahrada

Prague public transport pass 24h/110CZK

Basic info

  • The passes in Prague are the same for all means of transport
  • These passes are valid for 1 and 3 days (24 hours and 72 hours)
  • The pass is valid only after the validation. Otherwise your pass/ticket will not be accepted by controller. In this case you have to pay a supplementary charge.
  • Supplementary charge is 1500 CZK.

Validation of the tickets: you need to valide your tickets only once. Subway: before entering the subway, buses and trams: right after getting on them.

Delivery type and charges

  • personal collection in our office at: Sporkova 2, Prague 1. Cost €15
  • Worldwide home/work address delivery (FedEx/DHL). Cost €22–38 depending on location
  • Prague courier delivery to your hotel/hostel or private apartment. Cost €20

How to buy your passes for Prague public transport

Please send your inquiry per e-mail and tell us following information:

  • required type and amount of passes
  • chosen type of delivery

Price-list: Prague metro, tram, bus tickets

Pass type Adult Child, Senior Note
1 day 5,20 € 2,60 € valid for 24h.
3 days 13,80 € xxx valid for 72h.

Notes

  • children 0 – 5 years old can travel free of charge without any document or proof of age
  • children 6 – 9 year old can travel free of charge, they have to have an ID/passport with their name, date of birth and photograph in order to receive the discount
  • children 10 – 14 years old can buy discounted tickets, they have to have an ID/passport with their name, date of birth and photograph in order to receive the discount
  • adults are from 15 years old up
  • seniors 60 – 69 years old can buy discounted tickets, they have to have a Czech ID or a pass issued by Prague public transport in order to receive the discount


Last update: 2017-04-07