The simplest way of transport through the Prague is public transport, and of course, the bus is one of these.
All bus stations are marked with names, so if you are in Prague for the first time, it is enough to know the name of the station where you are going. You only have to listen to the voice from the speaker on the bus and you will know when to finish your journey by bus.
There are 196 day and 12 night Prague bus lines. Daily lines run until midnight, and night lines from 00.30 h to 04.00 h every 30 minutes.
Tourists mostly use subway and trams, since buses mostly cover the suburbs they are less frequently used for sightseeing.
In Prague, there is also popular Hop-on Hop-off bus tour designed for tourists who want to visit the most popular sights in the city.
Prague Bus Ticket Prices:
|Type of Public Transport Ticket|
(valid for metro/tram/bus)
(10-15 years, must have a document with a picture)
(0-9 years, with 6+ must have a document with a picture)
|90-Minute Ticket||32czk||16czk||Free of charge|
|30-Minute Ticket||24czk||12czk||Free of charge|
|Daily Ticket (Valid for 24h)||110czk||55czk||Free of charge|
|3-Day Pass (Valid for 72h)||310czk||310czk||Free of charge|
|Monthly Pass||670czk||670czk||Free of charge|
Ticket Validation: When entering tram or bus it is NECESSARY to confirm your ticket by passing it through an orange machine located in the tram or bus, and for metro – before entering escalator.