Prague Metro Map
The Prague Metro network, is the only functional one in the whole Czech Republic, and one of the busiest in Europe. The most touristic places of the city, such as the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, can be accessed from one of the 3 metro lines. There is also a connection to Vaclav Havel Airport in Prague. The Prague Metro was inaugurated in 1974, 84 years after the London Underground. If you want to have a look on it, here is the Prague Metro Map:
Prague Metro Lines
Line A, also called the Green Line, operates between Nemocnice Motol and Depo Hostivař stations.
Line B, also known as the Yellow Line, runs from Zličín station to Černý Most.
Line C, also called the Red Line, operates between Letňany and Depo Háje stations.