Prague’s public transport system is the best way to travel. It swings into action at 5.00 a.m. and runs until midnight with night tram service running in between.
While the metro is relatively new, it has some of the oldest trams in Europe. The metro is quicker of course, but the tram often goes to places where there are no metro stations.
The no. 22 tram, for example, takes a picturesque route up to the Castle. On weekends, the no. 91 route is taken by the historic nostalgic tram line which goes to several points of interest.
A short journey single ticket costs 18czk and a transferrable single ticket is 26czk (around €1). For multiple journeys, there are 1-day, 3-day and 5-day passes (at 100czk, 330czk and 500czk) which we recommend as you only have to punch the ticket once.