If you plan to take a tram once, take the Nr. 20 if possible. It passes by various sights and you can watch the city while sitting.
A vintage way of sightseeing historical Prague is by these old cars. Bit costly though at 800 czk for 2 persons and 1200 czk for 3-4 persons for just 40-50 minutes.
Easy with Easy Jet
Booked on the internet,very efficient,the whole process.
Regular flights at good prices,if you book early enough.
Cable Car to Petrin Tower
If you don't want to walk up to Petrin Tower you can catch the cable car leaving U lanove Drahy and going up to Petrin. One way ticket cost 12kr. No student discount.
Take the train
Take the train - it´s very cheap...
Other possibilities are the airplane or the car!
We prefered to walk around but you can also take the streetcars or metro. It´s cheap too.
Ride the tube...
(or whatever they call it in Praha) Easiest way to get around town... There are three lines in the city, and many connecting trams to take you beyond the coverage of the subway...
Tram and metro ticket
Tickets can be used in the subway or in the tramway.
The price depends on the time you need for the transport or the number of stations you go through.
Prague has an excellent net of trams and underground, but it's a quite small and walkative city, so, in my opinion the best way to go around and discover its beautiful corners is walking.
- Road Trip
Transport main thoroughfare from Malá Strana to Staré Mìsto. It is one moment in the year, when is this bridge empty, without poeple, e few minuts before start PIM(Prague halfmarathon)
I gotta say ~ I'd never seen an escalator into an underground metro as STEEP and as LONG as the one in Prague! I love heights so I really enjoyed it.
these bicycle taxis were waiting for customers near the Tejn Church. We didn't try them out, but they looked like a fun transportation!
What a beauty!
You can spot some very nice cars to take pictures with, and some will even take you for a ride, but they tend to be kind of a rip off - for a student budget, anyway.
Leave your car outside the town!
The central parts of Prague are full with people and cars, and the streets are narrow.
Leave your car outside and use buses or metro for your transportation.
(Picture from outside the city centre)
The tram line 22 is one of the main lines a tourist will need.... Pragues Tram system is easy to understand and will bring you anywhere... Meet locals on the trains too!
U koncete vystup a nastup, dvere ze zaviraji!!!!!!
The Metro will connect with many tourist spots. The metro stations are quite spectacular itself I think, very seventies like!