Apart from travelling to and from attractions on-foot, the most popular mode of transport for tourists in Prague is aboard one of the city’s many trams. Most of Prague’s trams run daily across the city centre every 5-10 minutes, but for a truly nostalgic tram-ride, you might want to enjoy a journey on the historical No. 91 line.
Prague’s traditional No. 91 tram runs at weekends and public holidays from April to November, and takes passengers through the bustling city centre for a truly authentic experience of the city and its many sights. The iconic red trams were put out of daily use in 1974, so travelling on the No. 91 line during a weekend trip to Prague really is an opportunity to venture back into the past.
Passengers purchase their tickets from the conductor as they board the tram, with fares costing CZK 35 for adults and CZK 20 for children.