Since the Czech Republic is located in the heart of Europe, it is often used as a transitory point, which is why it’s so easily accessible. The country’s inter-city connections and public transport system are excellent as well. But not all public city transport systems are alike! For example, did you know that Prague is the only Czech city with a metro? And have you heard of the unique night bus system operating in Brno? Read more in our article.
Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) started testing new navigation system for designating exits. The metro station Nádraží Holešovice has already received a new version of the system. Soon, a test system will be installed at the stations I. P. Pavlova and Náměstí Míru. The test version will show whether the navigation system will operate on all 61 metro stations or will be inconvenient for people.
Public transport is something Prague can be proud of. Comparing to other capital cities it’s cheap, efficient and highly integrated. It is also quite safe to travel around Prague by tram and the metro, both during the day and at night. As guidebooks say – Prague has the best public transportation system in the whole […]
A few days ago my friend and I had a metro-oriented debate provoked by the name of I.P.Pavlova metro station. A friend of mine happened to move to Prague just a week ago, and not being familiar with Czech language‘s 7 cases yet, he associated Prague’s I.P.Pavlova station with the name of a former Russian ballet dancer […]