What's for free in Prague?

For whom is public transport free in Prague?

Public transport: If you are over 65 or have a child under 15, you can use the tram, metro and bus free of charge. However, you must be able to show a document with your age and photo at the ticket inspection, e.g. a student ID card, passport or identity card. Children under the age of 10 do not need an ID card.

You can find the latest information here: https://www.dpp.cz/de/fahrpreise

Prague museums free of charge

You can visit the Kbely Aircraft Museum: https://vhu.cz/en/the-aviation-museum-kbely/

If you are an aeroplane enthusiast, you will find it very interesting. There are valuable exhibits here, such as the German jet aircraft Messerschmitt Me 262B (Schwalbe) and the German guided bomb Fritz X. Your children will also be delighted, as the exhibition is located both in the hangars and outdoors, so think about the weather when you come here.

Žižkov Army Museum: https://www.vhu.cz/en/the-army-museum-zizkov/

Have you ever heard of the most important Hussite commander in the Hussite Wars and his wagon castle? Do you know what the trenches looked like during the First World War? Would you like to learn about the Czechoslovak armaments industry? This museum was recently renovated and has a rich exposition of the military history of our country.

National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrichiad (Operation Anthropoid): https://www.vhu.cz/en/the-national-memorial-to-the-heroes-of-the-heydrich-terror/

If you are interested in the Second World War, you should definitely not miss this memorial. Here you can learn more about the Czechoslovak resistance during the Second World War and about the assassination attempt on Deputy Reich Protector Reinhard Heydrich. The exhibition is in the crypt where the parachutists (the assassins) hid before they were caught by the Gestapo and where they fought for their lives.