tram traffic in prague

Tram traffic in Prague has existed since 1875.
Today’s tram network is about 500 kilometers long and it covers most of the city area. There are 20 tram lines, during the day from 4.30 am to midnight every 8-10 minutes, and during the night from midnight to 4.30 am every 30 minutes.

Tram tickets are valid in other forms of public transport.

The price depends on the number of days that you use it.

You shouldn’t miss the ride on trams 22 and 91. The number 22 is famous because it follows the most interesting route in Prague which allows you to see the many attractions of the “Golden City” along the way to the place you are heading to.

The tram number 91, so-called “Nostalgia Tram” runs on weekends and during the holidays.

One interesting thing about the Tram traffic in Prague: The tram driver is not obligated to slow down, stop or to warn you in any way when you are crossing the street and when the tram is too close. If the tram strikes or huts you as you cross the street outside of the regulated space, the tram driver does not bear any responsibility, he even gets two days off duty because of the trauma that he experienced.
We hope that you will cross the streets of Prague safely!

Tram 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 Ticket32czk16czkFree of charge
30-Minute Ticket24czk12czkFree of charge
Daily Ticket (Valid for 24h)110czk55czkFree of charge
3-Day Pass (Valid for 72h)310czk310czkFree of charge
Monthly Pass670czk670czkFree 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.

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