Public Transportation


Public transportation – metro (subway), trams, and buses – is an excellent means of transport in Prague. It operates from 5 a.m. till midnight, and there are special night trams and buses. Tickets can be bought in yellow vending machines (in each metro station) or at news-stands for CZK 24 (30 minutes) or CZK 32 (90 minutes). A ticket must be time-stamped upon boarding a bus or tram for the first time or at the entrance to the subway. A time-stamped ticket remains valid for the time announced. As long as the ticket is valid, you can make as many transfers as you wish. A one day (24 hrs) card can be purchased for CZK 110, and a three-day (72 hrs) card for CZK 310. For more information regarding tariffs, routes and time tables please visit Fares in Prague.

From Airport

Take the public bus no. 119 to "Nádraží Veleslavín" metro station (green line A). Then continue to the "Malostranská" station. For more information how to reach Prague Airport please visit Airport webpage.

From Railway Stations

Both the Main Railway Station ("Hlavní nádraží") and the "Nádraží Holešovice" railway station (the only stop in Prague for the trains from Berlin, Vienna, or Budapest) are situated on metro (red line C). Take this line to the station "Můstek" (direction "Háje"), switch to the green line A (direction "Nemocnice Motol") and continue to the "Malostranská" station. From "Nádraží Holešovice" it is also possible to take the tram line no. 12 (in direction to "Sídliště Barrandov").

From the "Malostranská" metro station

You can walk (5 min) or continue by tram – one stop on lines no. 12, 20 or 22. You get off at the "Malostranské náměstí" stop. Look uphill and you will see the building of Faculty of Mathematics and Physics.

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