Prague has a sophisticated and well-functioning public transport system - trams, buses and especially a modern metro. The network of public transport is among the densest in Europe.
The Prague Metro network consists of three lines designated by letters and differentiated by colours: line A – green (Dejvická – Depo Hostivař), line B – yellow (Zličín – Černý Most), line C – red (Letňany – Háje) with interchange stations Muzeum (lines A and C), Můstek (lines A and B) and Florenc (lines B and C). The Metro operates daily from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. Time intervals between departures of trains is approximately 2 – 3 minutes in peak hours on working days and 4 – 10 minutes in off–peak periods.
During the day trams operate from 4.30 a.m. to 0.15 a.m. Lines 51 – 59 provide the night operation in an interval of 30 minutes. The central interchange stop of the night lines is the Lazarska stop. Tram timetables are placed at all stops.
Day and night bus operation is similar to the tram schedule; night operation is provided by lines 501 – 515, 601 – 607. Buses marked by a three–digit number beginning with the number three go to the more suburban zones of Prague. Bus timetables are placed at all stops.