Prague Public Transportation Tickets and Passes

Single-Trip Tickets

The Prague public transport system uses two types of single-trip tickets:

• 30-minute ticket: 24 CZK • 90-minute ticket: 32 CZK
   Adults: 24 CZK
   Children 6-15 years: 12 CZK
   Children under 6: free
   Adults: 32 CZK
   Children 6-15 years: 16 CZK
   Children under 6: free

If necessary, you can buy a 90-minute ticket directly from the driver for 40 CZK.

Ticket Vending MachineBoth tickets can be used on any type of public transportation and allow transfers between lines (subway to subway, tram to tram, etc.) and transfers between different types of transport (subway to tram, tram to bus, etc.) for up to 30/90 minutes from validation.

Tickets are sold through yellow ticket vending machines (also in English, coins only), at ticket offices located at some metro stations, at a Tabák/Trafika, at some newsstands, and at tourist information centers. You can also buy tickets by using your mobile phone and sending the text message "DPT24" or "DPT32" to the number 902 06. Your ticket will usually be sent to your phone within one minute.

A ticket must be punched at the entrance to the metro station and on the tram/bus to mark the start of the validation period. If you requested a ticket by SMS, you must have received your ticket before you enter the vehicle or the paid zone on the subway.

Ticket Validator

There are several short-term and long-term passes available:

• Short-term (tourist) passes

24-hour pass: 110 CZK (children 6-15 years: 55 CZK)
3-day pass (72 hours): 310 CZK

• Long-term passes (issued with a photo-ID)

Monthly: 550 CZK
Quarterly: 1,480 CZK
5-month: 2,450 CZK
Annual: 4,750 CZK

Passes can be used on any type of Prague public transportation for the duration of the period for which the pass is valid. Children under 6 ride free.

Short-term (tourist) passes are sold at ticket offices located at some metro stations and at tourist information centers. Long-term passes are sold at ticket offices at some metro stations.

Ticket offices are located at many metro stations (e.g. Dejvická, Hradčanská, Můstek, Florenc, Hlavní nádraží, Nádraží Holešovice, Náměstí Míru) and are usually open from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., some are closed for lunch.

myCZ tip: Online Schedules and Connections
You can look up Prague public transport schedules and connections on the Prague Public Transit Co. website at Enter the names of your two stops in the From and To fields and you'll get results for all types of Prague public transport that connect the two stops.

Public transportation operates according to its Sunday schedule on Dec. 24 - 26 and on Easter Sunday and Monday.

Source: Prague Public Transit Co.