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BUSES

BUSES – in Prague, buses (autobusy) cover the outskirts of the Czech capital and areas where trams or the Metro do not run. Daytime buses run from 4:30 a.m. till midnight in 6-8 min. intervals in peak hours, 10-20 min. intervals in the off hours, and 15-30 min. intervals on weekends. Night buses (numbers 501-513) […]

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TRAMS

TRAMS – With 500 km of tracks, street-level trams (tramvaje) cover a large area of Prague and are used by some 300 million people a year. Daytime trams run from 4:30 a.m. till midnight in 8 – 10 minute intervals (8 – 15 minutes on weekends). Night trams (numbers 51 – 58) run from 12:30 […]

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METRO

  METRO – for European standards, the Prague Metro is a relatively young system (opened in 1974 with Russian help). Its network consists of 3 lines designated by letters and differentiated by color: Line A (green): Depo Hostivař station – Dejvická station Line B (yellow): Černý most station – Zličín station Line C (red): Letňany station […]

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TAXI

  TAXI – In Prague, customers are charged CZK 40 upon entering a taxi. Then the cost is CZK 28 per km. Waiting time (in slow traffic) is 6 CZK per minute. Drivers are obliged to issue a receipt upon completion of a ride. There are taxi stands all over the city, so getting around […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS –The following car rental agencies operate in Prague: Avis Rent a Car: +420 221 851 225 Czchocar: +420 261 222 079 Europcar: +420 224 811 290 Hertz: +420 225 345 041 SIXT: +420 222 324 995