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Prague Transport :: Tickets

How to get tickets for Prague metro, tram, bus

Station Rajska Zahrada

Prague public transport tickets 24 and 32 CZK

The tickets in Prague are the same for all means of transport.

  • basic ticket (allowing transfers) costs 32 CZK permitting a 90 minutes ride
  • short-term ticket for 24 CZK is valid for 30 minutes
  • there are tickets valid for 1 and 3 days and long-term (monthly, quarterly, and yearly) tickets

Selling points: each station has vending machines for buying the tickets; just insert coins, select your ticket and push the button. Tickets can also be bought almost in any tobacco shops. Passengers have to buy a ticket before entering to the public transport.

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.

For more information, call the Prague public transit company +420 296 191 817 (daily 7am – 9 pm) or write a query.

Price-list: Prague metro, tram, bus tickets

All prices are in Czech crowns. Here is the official pricelist.

Ticket type Adult Child, Senior Note
Short-term 24,– 12,– valid for 30 min.
Basic 32,– 16,– valid for 90 min.
1 day pass 110,– 55,–
3 days pass 310,– 310,–

Notes

  • children 0 – 5 years old can travel free of change 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
  • seniors over 70 years old can travel for free, they have to have a Czech ID or a pass/card from DPP (Prague public transport). You need to go to a sale point or an information center of DPP and give them 1) 30 CZK, 2) your photograph, 3) your passport. In a few minutes you will have a discount card and you will be able to travel free of charge. Where to find sale points in metro and information centers.

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Last update: 2014-04-15