Nostalgic Tram No 91
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Public Transport Museum, Patočkova 4, Střešovice · interesting places nearby
Nostalgic Tram No 91 information
Vintage tram cars dating from 1908 to 1924 trundle along a special route, starting at the Public Transport Museum and going via stops at Prague Castle, Malostranské náměstí, the National Theatre, Wenceslas Square, náměstí Republiky and Štefánikův most to finish at Výstaviště. You can get on and off at any stop, and buy tickets on board (ordinary public transport tickets and passes are not valid).