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How to get to the Ice Hockey in Prague by public transport

8. 5. 2024 2 min. čtení diskuze (0) Aktuality Tipy a rady

Are you heading to the World Hockey Championship in Prague? We've prepared a guide to Prague public transport.

O2 Arena Praque

Experts predict that a record number of fans from home and abroad will arrive in Czech Republic. Prague's transport system will have to cope with increased pressure, which it can undoubtedly handle. After all, it is one of the best-rated public transport systems in the world.

If possible, use the metro

The Prague transport system recommends all fans to travel to the O2 Arena mainly via the B metro line (yellow). It is therefore to be expected that the entire line will be fully loaded most of the time between 10 and 26 May. Foreigners arriving at Prague Airport will probably board the B line at the Zličín stop. Fans who prefer to travel by train will then access the metro mainly at Florenc station, where the B line crosses with the C line heading to Prague's main station.

Wherever you are coming from, you will get off the metro at Českomoravská station. You need a ticket for the metro, which you buy from the machine in front of the turnstiles. The ticket is time-limited, so you can change from one metro line to another without worrying. And you can also use trams or buses.

If you want to avoid the subway, there are other options that come into consideration. Some may take the train. The Libeň train station is also within walking distance of the Praha Arena (also called O2 Arena). Once you arrive at the station, there is no need to change to a tram or bus and walk to the hall on foot. This option is also ideal for fans from outside Prague, whose train connection will also stop at the Prague Libeň station. In practice, these are for example connections heading from Pardubice or Kutná Hora.

Trams and buses

Trams are also another option. You can use trams 7 and 8, which stop at the stations Arena Libeň Jih or Ocelářská. Alternatively, you can use tram lines 12 and 31, which stop at the Divadlo Gong or Poliklinika Vysočany stops. Although the walking route from these stations is more demanding compared to lines 7 and 8. At night, it is also possible to use line 92 (stop Arena Libeň jih) or 94 (stop Divadlo Gong or Poliklinika Vysočany). The last option within the Prague public transport is bus that stop at the station called Českomoravská.

Zdroj info: IIHF, PID.
Zdroj médií: Jiří Lacina.

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