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Tram Prague

Every self-respecting major capital has a means of public transport with a purely tourist vocation. Berlin, Budapest and Lisbon are important examples. Prague is certainly no exception.

Line 22 and the NOSTALGIC LINES are excellent solutions for those who want to get around the city and enjoy unique views and panoramas, without spending a fortune. It’s like being on board a Hop On Hop Off Bus, with really affordable prices.

A journey along nostalgic lines represents a real “dive into the past”. You can travel aboard vintage trams, with all the tools and safety features of today.

These “nostalgic lines” connect the most important and tourist destinations in the center of the capital, with a system similar to the Hop On Hop Off bus. Two historic trams are currently in service

Tram Prague


Line 41 runs from March to November, every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, from Vozovna Střešovice to Výstaviště Holešovice. Runs every hour starting from 12.02pm (first run) to 5.02pm (last run) from Vozovna Střešovice; from 1pm to 5pm from Výstaviště Holešovice. The ticket for a single journey costs 100CZK (4€) per adult and 60CZK (2.40€) for children up to 15 years old, disabled people and those over 65. You can also use the daily ticket for Tram 42.

Line 42 operates from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 17:00. All trams depart and arrive from the Dlabačov stop. The frequency is 30 minutes and the total journey takes approximately 45 minutes.

To use both trams you will have to purchase a special ticket from authorized ohm vendors, alternatively, on board the vehicle, paying in cash or contactless card. To use the trams you will have to purchase a special ticket for the whole day, at a cost of 300CZK (around €12) per adult and 200CZK reduced (children from 4 to 15 years and over 65). The ticket allows you to travel unlimitedly throughout the day on lines 41 and 42. NOT VALID ON OTHER MEANS OF THE CITY. From this link you can purchase the day ticket for the two nostalgic lines.

Please note: Prague public transport tickets are not valid on lines 41 and 42!


Prague Tram lines 22 and 23 represent the best and most economical solution for visiting the city and having an excellent point of view of the main monuments and places of interest. All you have to do is sit comfortably on board your tram. Furthermore, to travel you can use normal transport tickets, including 24 and 72 hour passes.

Tram 22 Prague runs every day, from Monday to Sunday, from approximately 04:30 until midnight. The tram follows one of the most scenic routes in the city: Bilá Hora – Vypich – Nádraží Strašnice – Nádraží Hostivař. Line 23 connects Královka to Zvonařka, and runs every day from approximately 07:50 to 18:50, with departures every 30 minutes. The 2 routes pass through symbolic places and monuments of the city including the National Theater, the Belvedere and the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge. You can freely decide whether to get off or continue your journey.

Obviously, since these are extremely tourist vehicles, it is very unlikely to be able to find a free seat. We recommend avoiding peak times and opting to depart from one of the two terminals. These small measures could be fundamental to being able to get a seat in the front row, in front of a window.

*Everything contained is to be considered for purely indicative purposes. For information, times and prices please consult the official channels. All trademarks and names contained herein are the property of their respective owners

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