The meter from Prague Not only is it an efficient way of mobilizing but it is an attraction in itself due to its Soviet past and its mix of futuristic and retro stops. It has a length of 59km and has 57 stops.
It is divided into 3 lines:
- Line A (green): Connects downtown with the northwest and east of the city. Its layout is more than 11km long and has 13 stations. The transfer time from terminal to terminal is approximately 23 minutes.
- Line B (yellow): The longest and the only one completely finished. Its route goes from the southwest towards the center and continues towards the northeast of the city. It measures 25km long and has 24 stations. The estimated travel time from terminal to terminal is 41 minutes.
- Line C (red): It is the oldest; its route goes from the northeast to the southeast with 22km and 20 stations. The estimated travel time from terminal to terminal is 35 minutes.
There are three exchanges: Muzeum (A and C), Mùstek (A and B) and Florenc (B and C).
The meter It operates every day from 05:00 to 00:00. Trains pass with intervals of 2 to 3 minutes. On weekends it happens every 5 to 10 minutes.
The price of tickets ranges from 18 CZK (80 cents) for 30 minutes or 5 stops to 26 CZK (1 euro) for a 75-minute trip. There are 24-hour tickets (100 crowns or 4 euros), three days (330 crowns or 12 euros), 5 days (500 crowns or 20 euros). There are also long-term tickets (photo identification required) of one month (550 crowns or 22 euros), three months (1480 crowns or 57 euros) or annual (4750 crowns or 180 euros). They can be used on any public transport in Prague.
To validate the tickets you must seal them before entering the station. They are not checked when uploading; however, there are inspectors in casual clothes who make rounds asking for tickets.