The public transport infrastructure consists of an intensely used integrated transport system of Prague Metro (its length is 59 km with 57 stations in total), Prague Tram System (including the "nostalgic tram" no. 91), buses, the Petřín funicular to Petřín Hill, and six ferrit. Prague has one of the highest rates of public transport usage in the world with 1.2 billion passenger journeys per annum.
Prague City Transport Fares
Standard ticket: 40 CZK (= approx. 1.58 EUR)
Short-term ticket: 30 CZK (= approx. 1.18 EUR)
One-day (24-hour) ticket: 120 CZK (= approx. 4.73 EUR)
3-day (72-hour) ticket: 330 CZK (= approx. 13 EUR)
For more details visit www.dpp.cz/en/fares-in-prague
The validity of tickets can be checked by the ticket inspectors of Dopravní podnik (The Prague Public Transport Company) at any time during travel or stay in the Metro system. The ticket inspector is entitled to ask the passenger to produce his or her valid ticket, to confiscate invalid tickets, and to collect a penalty (1500 CZK = approx. 59 EUR, if paid at once 1000 CZK= approx. 39.4 EUR) in case of travel without a valid ticket. In case of unpaid freight the inspector collects a penalty 50 CZK. To prove their identity, inspectors produce yellow-and-red badges. They issue receipts for the penalty amounts.
Using mobile taxi applications
We also recommend using worldwide or local taxi apps or for transportation in Prague.
Download the free apps from App Store or Google Play
Using taxi services with an operator (operators speak English)
+420 14 0 14