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Prague Train Travel, Metro, Bus

Train Travel, Bus, Metro

Prague Transport - Prague is a city that has been reborn after its deep recession of the late 1990’s. In this busy and sometimes volatile city, over everything stands the stately spires of this living baroque and medieval museum. Classical monuments draw visitors and tourists from around the world. Prague Castle paints the landscape with magesty, and the soft glow of lanterns around the 18th-century Stavovske Divadlo gives the city a charming and comfortable ambience.

The major airport of Prague is the Ruzyne Airport. Bus service connects the airport to two underground train travel stations on two different lines. There’s no train travel or subway service to/from the airport. Taxis are available, however they can be rather expensive. Prague’s public transportation network is very affordable. Plenty of subway stations, bus and trams offer an interesting train travel sightseeing experience. A multi-day passes are available for unlimited rides. Children receive discounts.

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Metro trains run on three lines (Green A, Yellow B, and Red C). The Metro serves most of the major districts in the city.

Electric Bus and Trams run just about everywhere in Prague where you would want to go. The most popular trams are number 22 and 23, which run past the top sights like the National Theater and Prague Castle. Schedules are posted at all stops – time between stops can sometimes be fairly long.

The Funicular is a cog railway that makes a scenic run up and down Petrin Hill every 10 minutes daily with an stop at the Nebozizek restaurant halfway down the hill, which overlooks the city. This is a fantastic tourist attraction and a very scenic ride.

Taxis are available throughout Prague. They can be hailed in the street or found in front of train stations, hotels, and popular tourist attractions, however just about all taxi service is much too expensive, and tourists are routinely gouged. Avoid the taxis at all cost.

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Prague Interesting Facts

  • Mozard, Beethoven, Wagner, Rodin, and many others have visited Prague and paid tribute to its splendor and historical significance.
  • UNESCO included the historic center of Prague as a world heritage site in 1992.
  • Prague is home to the National Opera, the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Black Light Theatre.
  • Prague suffered a major flood in 2002 that submerged Kampa, Karlin, and other parts of the city.
  • Prague holds an annual three-week “Prague Spring” International Music Festival.
  • The Estates Theatre was the first theatre to be built in Prague.
  • Prague was chosen for the shooting of Amadeus, Mission: Impossible, The Bourne Identity, Shanghai Knights, Les Miserables, and many other movies
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