2nd FoodSmartphone Summer School: Food Applications, QA/QC and Validation
18 - 22 June 2018
Prague, Czech Republic
Organised by the H2020 Marie-Curie project FoodSmartphone in co-operation with the Department of Food Analysis and Nutrition,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague

The Prague City displays one of the best public-transport systems in Europe, which includes Metro, tram, bus and some railway lines.

For public transport in Prague see www.dpp.cz - Find a connection by Prague Public Transport

Public transport tickets valid for Metro (subway), bus, and tram must be purchased before boarding and immediately validated on the first use of a transport medium by one of the ticket cancellation machines placed inside the vehicle or at the subway entrance. On all stations, the time table as well as a list of line stations can be found.

The tickets are available at most of the newspaper (cigarette, tobacco) stands, in small shops, and from special vending machines and also from a bus drivers or ticket sales in underground stations. You can buy two types of tickets for a single trip:

Maps of Prague transportation lines

Day operation – Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (pdf to download)

Prague day transportation operation - metro and trams (pdf to download)

Prague Metro operation (pdf to download)

Other plans available here