Prague is a simple city to get around, especially in the centre, which is relatively small and compact – and for those reasons the best way is just to walk or take trams.
Public transport here is well organized, efficient, and very easy to use. The Prague underground is comprised of three lines and 41 stops and is in service from 05.00 until midnight. The trams are a convenient mode of transport for sightseeing, and they run until midnight. The bus system operates widely in areas that are not covered by the tram and in suburban areas, where some lines run till midnight.
For transport from the airport, train, or bus station you might use a prebook transfer service, or shared applications like Bolt or Uber. Tip: Prague Airport Shuttle – Cheap shuttle from / to Prague Airport.
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