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The Prague Metro is a subway, underground public transportation network in Prague, Czech Republic. It is the fastest means of transportation around the city and serves about one and a half million passengers a day, which makes it the seventh busiest metro system in Europe and the most-used in the world on a per capita basis.

BASIC INFORMATIONS:

  • 3 lines: Line A (green) / Line B (yellow) / Line C (red)
  • 57 stations in total (three of which are transfer stations)
  • Over 600 metro vehicles
  • Total route length of 60km
  • 4:00am till midnight
  • Over 500 million passengers use the Prague Metro every year.
  • Since 1974

LINE A – GREEN

  • DejvickaHostivar
  • Since: 1978
  • Lenght: 11.0km
  • Stations: 13
  • Timetable (Hostivar → Dejvicka): download – pdf / 185kb
  • Timetable (Dejvicka → Hostivar): download – pdf / 180kb

LINE C – RED

  • LetnanyHaje
  • Since: 1974
  • Lenght: 22.7km
  • Stations: 20
  • Timetable (Letnany → Haje):download – pdf / 185kb
  • Timetable (Haje → Letnany): download – pdf / 190kb

LINE B – YELLOW

  • ZlicinCerny most
  • Since: 1985
  • Lenght: 25.6km
  • Stations: 24
  • Timetable (Zlicin → Cerny most): download – pdf / 185kb
  • Timetable (Cerny most → Zlicin): download – pdf / 185kb

PRINTABLE MAPS:

  • Metro – Basic plan: download – pdf / 245kb
  • Metro & Trams – Prague Integrated Transport / daytime service: download – pdf / 2.2mb
  • Metro & Trams – Orientation plan / daytime operation: download – pdf / 1.8mb

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Last update: 2012-06-17 00:00:00

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