Well welcome to Prague! Hi there Today we’re going to show you how to move around our beautiful city with the trams The buses and the Metro. Before getting on the tram or the metro or the bus you need to buy a ticket So buying a ticket it may look difficult because there’s all these buttons so to make it simpler for you Just cover all these buttons that’s what the city should do because you’re not going to need any of these These are the three that will interest you the one the first one is 32 Crowns, okay That’s a ticket that will get you 90 minutes of traveling on bus metro and trams Second one, 24 crowns now will give you 30 minutes of travel you can transfer if you make it within the 30 minutes and Last one you can buy in this machine is 110 crowns Which is for a full day, and of course those English buttons if you press that the machine will start to talk in English This one doesn’t work. Let’s try this one This won’t work Please wait There’s our ticket for 24 crowns. Which is less than a euro about a dollar and that’s going to get you 30 minutes of travel Okay, let’s validate the ticket High-five, okay When entering the metro you need to validate the ticket and the reason why most people don’t validate the ticket is because they have these? Passes like I do which is good for a year okay, so don’t get confused you have to validate your ticket arrow up If you don’t have coins you may want to look for one of these this is a new ticket machine that will accept credit cards Get a map Trams! If you see the tram tracks most likely there will be a tram stop tram stops are every few hundred meters These are the numbers of trams that go around you can find them in the map if it’s black or like dark like this It’s the night tram these are the daily trams these arrows will tell you which is the next stop So if you’re just rushing you see a tram you see a number you just quickly Look is it going left or right the only problem I see with tramps is you cannot buy a ticket on most of the tram stops and you cannot buy it from the driver So make sure you have your ticket pre-hand before you get on the tram. If you want to take a ride on one of these Historical trams you can do it. But they only run on weekend today is not weekend We can show you sorry, but you need to buy a separate ticket that costs 40 crowns, and it’s worth it. It’s fun I like it. This tram who actually has Wi-Fi So the wi-Fi on this tram works great, so you can snapchat the shit out of it okay, guys if you’re sitting on the trend. You should let older people sit down So there’s somebody older on the tram they can sit down. [ Czech ] Or let the kids sit down That was really weird. We actually have a Facebook page for weird people on the public transport It’s called Divnolidi V Mhd look it up and while you’re here like make sure you have your camera ready It’s like people of Walmart Metro! to find the Metro just find a sign the sign indicates there is a metro station Walk right in there are three lines on the Prague Metro Green A yellow B and the red line C Stand on the right walk on the left not like a highway in the United States where you’re just in all the lanes Okay, first people go out then you go in If you break this rule You can get punched that’s actually in the product law Pro tip number 27 make sure to visit the station called Námêstí Míru it has the longest escalator in the world Okay, maybe it’s not the longest in the world, but it’s gonna sound better in the video right, now prove me wrong We’re like halfway through fun fact this escalator is actually taller than the highest Czech mountain not fun fact four people a year die on this escalator of boredom I like the metro for a couple of reasons number one in the summer. It’s nice and cool in the winter It’s nice and warm, and I actually like how it looks into art? And you feel like visiting a gallery in Prague? You don’t have to, just take the metro. There’s hundreds and hundreds of art pieces Another hidden piece of art is right here. It’s the soviet astronauts How about that pretty cool not too many people know about this? But I have a friend and he told me and finally the buses I don’t like buses your ticket will be good for them You don’t really need to use them because they don’t really run around the City center. That’s for trams and metros They run around the suburbs so now you know how to move around prague I prefer walking okay, so instead of buying a full day or three day ticket Maybe just buy the ticket when you go to the city then walk around and then buy one when you get out of the city That’s our suggestion keep in mind that the metro only runs till midnight same as the trams and most of the buses So we’ll show you in the future episodes how to move around prague after midnight or at night or when you’re leaving apart? So that’s it for today. Thanks for watching subscribe check our other social media bullshit and one Czech word final Czech word in this episode is Miluji Tê Which means I love you. Bye guys yeah Welcome to prague. Here’s 50 things you really need to do while you’re visiting When I told you the ticket is only good for metro bus and tram I was not telling the truth It’s also good for this funicular that goes up to fencing tower

100 thoughts on “TRAVELLiNG AROUND PRAGUE (Honest Guide)

  1. Thank you for the message, we just came back from Prague… IT was exactly what it shows in the you tube.
    One must walk more places to check the rate… very very tricky exchange rate in prague.. beware

  2. Do you check in & check off the buses? e.g. if you buy a 90 minute ticket, take a 10 minute bus ride then go eat for 2 hours is the ticket dead?

  3. Your videos are amazingly helpful!! I almost know everything I need to know from Prague when I visit it this summer!?

  4. Are the tickets valid only for 30 minutes after validating or do we tag off when we get off and they only count the total time PHYSICALLY ON A BUS/metro

  5. You didn't cover the info that I had that 65+ folks ride free. If that's so, how do you use your passport at the ticket check-in?

  6. The longest escalator in Prague, and in the European Union, is at the Náměstí Míru station at 285 feet (87 m) long and 142.5 feet (43.4 m) high.

  7. You forgot to mention that when taking trams, especially in summer, you need noseplugs or a strong stomach. Many people have poor personal hygiene and the smell can be ??

  8. Very informative video. Im planning to visit Prague in next month. Is strizkov is far from city center? we would also like to try typical Prague food. Do you have any suggestion/location where we can buy them ?

  9. 24 CZK ticket is nonsense, 32 Kč cost almost same, only if you go very short ride buy 24 Kč ticket, but for tourists is the best 24 hours or 3 days ticket

  10. Hey, man, I Just love you Channel! Unfortunatelly, I have to unsubscribe after visiting Prague, because, I live in Brazil and I Will be so anxious to came back. Anyway, where can I rent a bike to ride through the city?!
    Thank you for the tips!

  11. Can I buy a single use 30 min ticket if the trip will last 40 mins? I googled hotel to airport and it says it’s a 40 min trip but I don’t have to change lines or anything…

  12. I love escalators in Prague … I'm extremely afraid of altitude and it's always an adventure for me to use the escalators again.

  13. Hi there, would it be difficult to travel with our suitcases on the public transport from the airport? Is there a lift at the downtown station? I noticed that you had climbed up the flight of steps when you came out of the train station. My family of 4 will be in Prague in mid December. Thanks so much.

  14. I really like your videos, they are so informative, I learned a lot from your channel. One thing I did not look would be different Prague zones and I paid 18 CZK instead of 24 CZK. Inspector fined me 800 CZK on spot and said that it could be 1500 CZK if I don't pay on spot. Is that a fair punishment price for you? I did have a ticket, just one that is 6 CZK cheaper.

  15. you're not native speaker and you're very fluent speak english
    and qucik,I would like too speak for english like you
    greeting from poland my czech brothers
    you're so good guide,
    for me very easy understanding Czech
    language almost similar

  16. I LOVE that you add a Czech word on the end of each video. Love love love it, please keep this up! I knew ZERO words before I started watching your videos and some will be super helpful in allowing me to be more polite while visiting. Or creep strangers out by yelling Miluji Te at them! lol

  17. We just started going to Europe about two years ago and we LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!! We've only been to Iceland (twice ?) London ( once and it was kind of like meee) Paris (twice and about to go again ❤️❤️❤️❤️) Belgium, also once and we’ll be in Amsterdam and Prague in about a month. Thanks for all the tips. Europe is amazing

  18. the metro is rather easy to use except just make the ticket that in fact I never managed to do, the problem are the trams you do not understand which you have to take to go where you want and I would also add something you never take the taxi … rather Get on the first tram and check on the phone if it is going in the right direction

  19. zdravim Janku, jenom Te doplnim v platnosti jizdenek MHD v 0:32, plati take na lanovou drahu na Petrin, nektere tratove useky zeleznice a privoz, ktery bys mohl vyzvednout v nekterem z videi. myslim, ze to je dobry point pro turisty, kteri by mohli poznat prahu z reky bez zbytecnych poplatku za slapadla, boats tours atd. jinak palec nahoru za to co delas 😉

  20. Thanks for your sharing about Prague. I love your team’s style and honestly guiding that always makes me want to visit that place immediately . Hope you can guide some more others places somedays and welcome to travel to Taiwan .we’ll be glad to see you and greet you!

  21. It’s not the longest escalator in the world I guess, moscow metros have that too, but I like your vlog, lovin’ Prague!

  22. Náměstí Míru je nejhlubší stanicí pouze v Praze. 53 metrů pod povrchem. Na světě to je stanice Arsenal'na v Kyjevském metru, 105,5 metrů pod povrchem.

  23. Just came back from Prague and I loved it! But I think I may have paid too much for taxis. On Sunday I took a cab from Wenceslas square to my hotel, less than 2 miles away, and the dude charged me 700 koruna – too much?

  24. An update for whomever might be watching this now – you can buy tickets in most of the trams today with your card.

  25. If you could actually punch people that get on the train before people get off I would move there tomorrow

  26. Hey guys! This channel is awesome. What about the app PID litacka?? I saw in a blog that this app is very easy to buy tickets online anywhere. Do you recommend this app? I am from Brazil and will visit Prague soon, in June.

  27. Just got back from Prague last weekend. Believe and do as this guy says, in all his videos. You wont regret it. Food/transpo/sights, he nailed it.

  28. Also, don't forget, public transport changes on weekends, so you don't sit on Dejvicka waiting for a bus for 45 minutes…

  29. Thx for such a intelligible description about Prague's public transportation systems.Looking forward to experience those described above during my trip to this beautiful city!

  30. How do know what time ticket must you buy like how can tourist know where the time betwn their hotel is less than or more than 30 mins they get fine if they exceed? And how can i see my time remaining in my train/metro card?

  31. so walking around the city is easy? I don´t really like taking the public transport, I prefer to walk and discover places by myself, but if it´s a city like Taipei I will definitely get exhausted.

  32. 3:03 tohle je to nejpřipitomělejší pravidlo co jsem v Praze zažil… Lidi stojí jako idioti na půlce eskalátoru, a sem tam někdo z nějakého záhadného důvodu si myslí že je ten eskalátor pomalý a jde po něm dolů. Eskalátory v metru jsou extra rychlé aby se na nich nemuselo pospíchat (zatím jsem nezažil stanici s pomalým eskalátorem) a když všichni jako idioti stojí na jedné straně tak je najednou kapacita eskalátoru poloviční. Navíc není kam spěchat, metro jezdí dost pravidelně (když to srovnám s ČSAD na vesnicích které jezdí jednou za hodinu)

  33. A good tip is ( from what I saw) most of the metro trains have a red line on them .. no matter what B line or whatever… Confused me to start with haha

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