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Posted August 20th, 2007 | Micah Jayne
The easiest way to see Prague’s sights is on foot but at some point in your visit, you’ll probably need to take public transport. At first, the city’s public transport system might seem intimidating but once you’ve figured out the basics, it’ll be one of your best friends in Prague.
Cheap, reliable, safe and clean, Prague’s public transport system, an integrated network of underground metro trains, buses and trams, is one of the most positive aspects of the city’s communist legacy.
After midnight, the city’s night tram service is a godsend for those far from their beds and far from sober, running every 30 minutes until the metro starts running again at around 5 a.m. The most important thing to remember is to buy the right ticket in advance and make sure you stamp it before you travel. - Continued...