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During the night (from midnight until the 4,30 a.m.) there are transferring tram lines from 51 to 59. Each stop has its schedule.
Connection to metro
The tram stop which is marked with the sign =M= means that there is the possibility to get out and continue with the metro.
The intervals are variable from 2 minutes to 20 minutes, depending on the location, peak hours or weekend.
Prague tram schedule – enter the tram line no. & click „search“ to see the timetable.
For more information, call the Prague public transit company +420 296 191 817 (daily 7am – 9 pm) or write a query.
Passengers are obliged to buy a ticket before entering the tram and validate it right after getting on the tram. The tickets can be bought in the automatic machines or in any tobacco store. You can also buy tickets by SMS or use mobile application SEJF. There are uniformed ticket inspectors who have the right to check the validity of the ticket at any time inside the tram.
Prague – Map of tram and metro lines (PDF file, 80kB)
Prague – Map of night tram and bus lines (PDF file, 100kB)
FAQ – see frequently asked questions about train and bus tickets, taxi transfers and the public transport
Last update: 2020-04-05