Prague: Free public transportation for seniors
If you're over 65, you can ride Prague's trams, buses, Metro trains, and ferries without a ticket or pass.
Many cities offer transit discounts for seniors, but the Czech Republic's capital of Prague has the best deal of all: And when we say "anyone," we mean tourists and other visitors, not just Prague residents.
Even better, you don't need a special card or pass to take advantage of free rides. If you're 65+, any form of identification that shows your date of birth will entitle you to jump on the nearest public bus, tram, Metro train, or river ferry without payment. Just present your national ID card, driver's license, or passport if you're spot-checked by a ticket inspector.
Passengers between ages 60 and 65 get a 50% discount on transit fares.
If you're over 60 but under 65, you can buy half-price senior tickets at vending machines, newsstands, etc. Be sure to carry an ID that shows your date of birth, and remember to validate your ticket.
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