Map of Prague underground and tram lines
Caution: The map does not reflect temporary changes in Prague transport.
The Prague Metro Net has tree lines, coloured with red (C), yellow
(B) and green (A), there are 51 stations, 3 of them are cross-stations,
lines are 50,1 km long.
Metro is operationg from 05:00 till 24:00 every day, the period is from 2 minutes in the rush hours up to 10 minutes.
The rates are the same as on buses, trams and on furnicullar, please, take care on time you may spend in the metro, together with number of stations limitation. For more information about tickets go to tickets.
the best connection to foot walk to Prague Castle, to Malostranske namesti (St. Nicholas's Church), Chamber of Deputies and Senate, Charles Bridge
Mustek (A and B)
the station is located on the down part of Vaclavske namesti, about 200 m from Staromestke namesti.
Namesti Republiky (B)
near Obecni dum, department store Kotva and Bila labut, also Masarykovo nadrazi (Masaryk's Rail Station), near CSA City Terminal Florenc (C and B) near bus station Florenc, also Bila labut department store, The Prague Capital Museum
Hlavni nadrazi (C)
Main Rail Station, you must be very careful in this station, especially in the evening, some dangerous individuals are inside and outside the station often seen, mainly in the surrounding park named "Sherwood" as very dangerous place to visit
Narodni muzeum (C and A)
National Museum, the upper part of Vaclavske namesti, near the State Opera, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty building
Narodni trida (B)
directly by the department store Maj, near National Theatre, near famous pub U zlateho tygra
near Rudolfinum, near Charles Bridge and The Jewish Quarter (Josefov)
Nadrazi Holesovice (C)
near Holesovice Rail Station, near Prague Exhibition Area and Veletrzni Palace, a part of National Gallery
near Hotel Forum, Congress Centre, near Vysehrad, our National Monument