In Prague, the subway is called the Metro. It consists of 3 lines. There are 58 stations, in total the underground network of Prague is 65 kilometers long.
Trains run from 5 a.m. until midnight, during the night only 9 night trams run in Prague.
There are 3 lines: Line A (green), line B (yellow) and line C (red). A fourth line is in the beginning of the construction phase (as of the beginning of 2019).
The sign of the metro is shown in the following picture. The color changes depending on the line.
Important: Guided tours and Prague Card Jewish Quarter Josefov
Since things are quite difficult to understand, we recommend a good guided tour of the Jewish Josefov. This should be booked in advance on the Internet (duration about 2.5 hours), because the capacities are limited. >>> Link with more info and booking
With the great Prague Card the entrance to the Jewish sights is free. The Prague Card is a tourist ticket with free entrance to many sights in Prague and more. >>> On this link you can get the Prague Card and more info.
Important stops Metro Prague
All 3 lines stop at Wenceslas Square, but at different stations. The best way to get to the Old Town is by Metro A (green line), stop Staroměstská (German: Altstadt).
All 3 lines of the Metro Prague meet at one station:
LInie A and line B: station Mustek (Wenceslas Square)
Line A and line C: Station Museum (Wenzelsplatz)
Line B and line C: Station Florenc
The first line of the Prague Metro was opened in 1974. The Prague metro currently carries almost 600 million passengers a yea
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Link: Information on tickets for local public transport in Prague
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