1st of April, UPDATE: Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, all international passenger rail/bus transport between the Czech Republic and Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland has been suspended until further notice. Most of other international rail/bus services are currently suspended too.
All electronic tickets for inland travels in those countries are still available for purchase though.
NEW: If you want to receive a notification once your planned travel date is open for booking, feel free to use our Travel availability request form.
The whole underground network is divided into the three main lines, each represented by its own color:
There are 57 metro stations with 3 important transfer stations – Muzeum (red to green), Můstek (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)
For more information, call the Prague public transit company +420 296 191 817 (daily 7am – 9 pm) or write a query.
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.
The Prague metro is an open ticket system – no turnstiles. Passengers are obliged to buy and validate a ticket before entering the metro platform. Now you can also buy tickets by SMS or use an application SEJF Mobile wallet. There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside the metro area.
FAQ – see frequently asked questions about train and bus tickets, taxi transfers and the public transport
Last update: 2020-04-05