Easy Prague Public Transport Tickets Decision
I’m not going to cover the whole transport thing here. I do that on the transport page. This page is for when you are already in town and want to go somewhere else in town.
You really want to take that tram or metro because its tipping down with rain and you don’t want to get soaked so you’ll take one look at a DPP (Prague Integrated Public Transport) ticket machine and gasp at the number of buttons, colours and tariffs for Prague public transport tickets. Remember that the time starts when you validate/stamp the ticket and you can jump on and off the transport system until the time duration on the ticket finishes. Just put it all to one side and think “is this trip going to take less than 30 minutes?” because if you think yes then all you need is the 24Kc ticket shown on the left. However if you are not sure and that it could possibly take longer than 30 minutes then choose the 32Kc option.
And if you’ve just walked into a tabak or anywhere that sells Prague public transport tickets and don’t know how to ask for tickets simply point to the picture above for the 24Kc or the picture left for the 32Kc. Simple.
Related article: How to use the public transport ticket machine
There is now a guide supported by a video which walks you through the process of using a Prague public transport tickets machine. Have fun.
Related article: If you are going to be using Prague Public Transport over a long weekend then see if the Prague Three Day Travel Pass is worth buying.