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* The 4-day Prague Card is an excellent choice if you wish to visit several historic monuments, museums or other cultural institutions during a short stay in Prague.
* The Prague Card also enables you to use all modes of public transport in the city.
* You can pick up your Prague Card at the airport and use it as a ticket for the Airport Express bus, or for transferring to your hotel using public transport.

Main description

The Prague Card is a tourist pass enabling you to visit several historic attractions and museums in Prague. The card makes an excellent choice if you are an art and culture enthusiasts and you would like to see as many attractions as possible during your stay in the city.

Throughout the validity period of your Prague Card you can use Prague public transport as often as you like, free of charge.

Unlike similar tourist passes, in London, Paris or other cities, the Prague Card isn’t managed by a public authority but run as a commercial enterprise. It doesn’t receive a subsidy and doesn’t offer identical benefits to tourist passes in other cities. For example, fast-track priority at partner museums and historic attractions, which allows visitors to avoid queues, isn’t available with the Prague Card.

HOW TO USE THE PRAGUE CARD FOR A 4-DAY VISIT

* Airport Express for transport to/from Prague Airport
The Airport Express bus runs daily from 5:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. at intervals of 15 to 30 minutes and connects Václav Havel Airport with the main railway station. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes from start to finish.

* Prague public transport
A valid Prague Card offers you unlimited use of all modes of Prague public transport: metro, tram, bus, funicular to Petřín Hill, and ferry and certain train services.

* City Tour by minibus
A 2-hour minibus tour around the historic centre of Prague. An audioguide is available in several languages.
Stop by the Martin Tour booth (on Old Town Square or Republic Square) and reserve your places by presenting your Prague Card.

* Jewish Museum in Prague
Admission to the Jewish Museum includes the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Maisel, Pinkas, Spanish, and Klausen synagogues.
As a Prague Card holder, you can visit the Jewish Museum on one of our tours with a private English-speaking guide. If you choose this option, we deduct the Jewish Museum admission fee, which is covered by your Prague Card, from the tour price.


* Prague Castle
Admission includes entry to St Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St George’s Basilica and Golden Lane.
As a Prague Card holder, you can visit Prague Castle, like the Jewish Museum, on one of our tours with a private English-speaking guide. If you choose this option, we deduct the Castle admission fee, which is which is covered by your Prague Card, from the tour price.

* Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia
The Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia is the oldest Gothic structure in the city, and this wonderful space houses works by significant artists from the medieval period. Don’t miss the cloister, which is adorned with a collection of beautiful statues.

* Vyšehrad Fortress
Vyšehrad is one of the most significant locations in Prague. You can visit the church of Saints Peter and Paul, the cemetery and Slavín, the Pantheon of Czech greats, as well as the casemates and Baroque fortifications.

* Trade Fair Palace
This imposing Functionalist structure, which dates from 1920, houses an extensive collection of art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The gallery also hosts engaging temporary exhibitions.

* Petřín Lookout Tower
Climb up to to the top of Prague’s answer to the Eiffel Tower and marvel at the unique panoramas of the city.

* Prague Zoo
If you want to gain free admission to Prague Zoo, all you need to do is show your Prague Card at the information centre at the main entrance.

* Free admission to 50 museums and monuments in Prague
You can visit all the collections of the National Gallery, Old Town Hall Tower, Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, Petřín Lookout Tower, Trade Fair Palace and many more.
You can find a complete list of attractions in the pocket guide that comes with the Prague Card.

* Discounts in restaurants and shops, discounts on tickets to concerts and other cultural performances, and to several other museums and monuments
You can find a complete list of attractions in the pocket guide that comes with the Prague Card.

Before you go

* When purchasing a Prague Card online, you must indicate where you want to collect your card (the line is shown as “meeting point” in the application form).
** At Prague Airport, at the Tourist Information Centre (VISITOR CENTRE) at Terminal 1 (open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.), or Terminal 2 (open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.) – we recommend this option.
** At the Avantgarde Prague office in the historic centre of Prague, first floor, Jáchymova 3, (open Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekends from 2.30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.).
** Delivery to any address in Prague (a delivery fee is charged).
** By post to any address outside Prague (a delivery fee is charged); this option is only possible if you purchase the Prague Card online at least 14 days before your arrival in Prague.
* Please ensure that you enter the correct date in the booking form:
** If you collect your Prague Card at the airport or the Avantgarde Prague office, please enter the date of your arrival in Prague.
** If the Prague Card is delivered to your address in Prague, please enter the date when we deliver the card to you.
** If you have the Prague Card sent to you outside Prague, please enter the date when you plan to arrive in Prague.
* The card validity begins on the date entered on it, and is valid for 2, 3 or 4 consecutive days.
* The validity of the Prague Card is calculated in calendar days not hours. Thus, for example, if you start using the card on Monday at 5 p.m., the whole day will be considered the first day of validity.
* To ensure that the Prague Card is valid, the name of the holder must be indicated on it, together with category of card (e.g. 2DA, which means “2 days/adult”) and the date the card is first used (you can find instructions on filling in the Prague Card in the photo gallery).
* The Prague Card must be filled in using a special pen, which you will receive with the card.
* If you purchase a Prague Card for students, you should always carry relevant identification in case you are requested to show proof.
* Along with the Prague Card, you will receive a practical booklet in seven languages: Czech, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Russian. It lists all the sights where the card can be used and includes a city map and public transport information.
* The Prague Card serves as a travel pass for public transport, so please keep it with you at all times in case of a ticket inspection.
* The Prague Card doesn’t entitle holders to fast-track priority, which allows them to avoid queues at museums and historic attractions.
* For museums covered by the Prague Card, entry to temporary exhibitions may not always be included.
* You can purchase the Prague Card for 2, 3 or 4 days.

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