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Prague’s tram network with track length over 150 km is one of the most expansive in Europe. Trams serve the city center as well as the suburbs and offer comfortable and reliable surface transportation in Prague.

Daytime service

Daytime tram routes 1–26 operate approximately between 5:00 and 24:00. Headways are 8 minutes during peak hours and 10–20 minutes at other times. The busiest routes 9 and 22 operate at half headways.

Interactive map of Prague tram network

Interactive map of Prague tram network

Vintage tram line 23

Tram line number 23 is served by Tatra T2, T3 and T6 trams that have retired from regular service. The route is operated all year around. Its main purpose is primarily to display this legendary rolling stock, one of the icons of Czechoslovak and Czech engineering and secondly to support the busiest Prague tram line 22 mostly in the section between the city center and the Prague Castle.

The range of operation is approximately from 8:30 to 19:00 with a 30 minute base frequency. During weekends of the main tourist season the service is doubled to 15 minutes. All regular PID tickets are valid on this line.

Vintage tram lines 41 and 42

Vintage trams 41 and 42 are a commercial tourist service operated by Dopravní podník hl. m. Prahy. PID tickets are not valid on these routes.

Night service

Night tram lines 91–99 operate approximately between 00:00 and 05:00 with departures every 30 minutes. All night tram routes meet at Lazarská stop in the centre, where transfer between trams is guaranteed. See timetables of night trams.

Night traffic map


Any PID ticket valid in Prague transport is valid on trams as well, both short term and long term tickets can be used.


About half of the trams are wheelchair accessible. Low-floor trams are indicated in the timetables, search results and online map.

Carriage of strollers is permitted on every tram. The doors which to board the tram with a stroller are marked by a symbol.

Carriage of bicycles is permitted only on certain routes (generally on the outskirts) and only going outside of the city centre. Map of route sections with permitted bicycle carriage. Read more on carriage of bicycles in PID.