Friday, May 25, 2012

Prague Districts and Transportation: Prague metro


Prague is home to almost two million people, but the city center is surprisingly compact. Getting around Prague is easy, thanks to its excellent public transportation. The city is generally divided into ten districts and separated neighborhoods such as „Malá Strana“(The Lesser Side) or „Staré Město“(the Old Town). Different districts of Prague are connected with three lines of metro – Line A (green), Line B (yellow) and line C (red). You can also use efficient site of trams.

Prague metro

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.
With the metro you can also reach most of the famous attractions in Prague. So, if you have no time for a nice walk through the city streets, see our list below. We put together a few hot-spots, which you might like to visit in Prague, always with a name of the closest metro station.




Attractions & Sights
Metro station
Line
Old Town Square
Jewish Quarter
Charles Bridge
Old Town Synagogue
Church of our Lady Before Tyn
„Staroměstská“
     (A) Green
Prague Castle
„Hradčanská“
(A) Green
Vyšehrad
„Vyšehrad“
     (C)  Red
National Theatre
„Národní třída“
(B) Yellow
Zizkov Tower
„Flora“
(A) Green
Wenceslas Square
„Můstek“
(A) Green / (B) Yellow
Dancing house
„Karlovo náměstí“
(B) Yellow
Loreta
„Hradčanská“
(A) Green
Jindrisska Tower
„Náměstí Republiky“
(B) Yellow





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