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Prague: Hop-on Hop-Off Historical Tram Ticket for Line 42

1. Prague: Hop-on Hop-Off Historical Tram Ticket for Line 42

Travel back in time as you ride past Prague's most iconic sites aboard the historic 'Line 42' trams. The trams running on this route date back to the era of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and up to the 1960s. See some of the city's most beautiful attractions, including the Vltava river, Prague Castle, Náměstí Republiky, Powder Gate, and Wenceslas Square along your route. Enjoy the freedom to hop off whenever a site catches your eye and explore the city to its fullest. Line 42 tram route: Dlabačov – Pohořelec – Brusnice – Pražský hrad – Královský letohrádek – Malostranská – Právnická fakulta – Čechův most – Dlouhá třída – Náměstí Republiky – Masarykovo nádraží – hlavní nádraží (please be aware that not all trams go via hlavní nádraží station) – Jindřišská – Václavské náměstí – Vodičkova – Lazarská – Národní třída – Národní divadlo – Újezd – Hellichova – Malostranské náměstí – Malostranská – Královský letohrádek – Pražský hrad – Brusnice – Pohořelec – Dlabačov

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Overall rating

3.1 / 5

based on 2,647 reviews

A very interesting ride in a beautiful, super restored tram with hop-on hop-off option. We really enjoyed the ride. Wasn't easy to find. We wanted to board at Republic Square, but we couldn't find Line 42. We also asked several tram drivers on the public tram, none of them could help. Nobody knew where the historical trains went, although some of them went on the same route, even on the same rails. If you can't find the station, go to the opposite station, there you will find line 42. It runs a round trip, not the usual return route. The tram conductor was also the same as in the past: she was rather grumpy and slightly annoyed.

There were two tram routes with vintage trams. 41 and 42. The routes were mainly circular in one direction. Had I known I could have saved Kc 100 by buying my ticket on the tram as the fare was discounted for pensioners. GYG information was incomplete with no useful information about where to catch the tram.

Was a nice ride just a shame there was no explanation about what you saw