Prague has an extensive and convenient public transport system. You can use buses, trams, subway and taxis to get around in the city. You need to buy tickets beforehand in order to use public transport. They are available almost in every bus, tram and subway station.
Buses are available from 4.30 to 24.00 with 10 to 20 minutes intervals on weekdays and 15 to 30 minutes on weekends. There are also night buses that run until 4.30 with 30-60 intervals.
Prague subway is the most used way of transportation in the city. You can check the timetables, fares and routes for subways and trams from here. The site is available in English.
You can also use taxis to get around in Prague. It is recommended to download a taxi service application to avoid excessive fares.
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