Prague Bus Map

Travelling to Prague? Try the many bus options available.

Expats.cz Staff

Written by Expats.cz Staff Published on 14.07.2014 15:14:08 (updated on 14.07.2014) Reading time: 1 minute

The Prague Integrated Transport System (PID – Pražská integrovaná doprava) includes trains, trams, metro, fernicular and boat transport options for locals and visitors alike.The bus system is one of the densest in the city and offers numerous options of travelling above-ground.

Tickets can be purchased at most newsagents or directly with the driver (at a premium cost). Alternatively, to purchase a ticket by SMS, a Czech number with premium SMS services activated must be used. Simply send a text to the number 902 06 with the message ‘DPT24’ (for a short-term ticket) or ‘DPT32’ (for a long-term ticket).

Prague Bus
Prague Bus

Single tickets must be stamped at yellow ticket validators within the trams. The fine for riding without a valid (stamped) ticket or transport pass is 950 CZK. 

Buses provide a very efficient and usually timely travel option across Prague. Often, they provide the best option for travelling to the outskirts of Prague or areas not reachable by trains or the metro system.

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