According to experts, the railway engine travels the most beautiful route in Prague. Between 28th April and 28th October, it operates every Saturday and Sunday and also during bank holidays (5th July, 6th July and 28th September 2012).
Prague’s railway engine route and stops: Prague Main Station – Prague -Smíchov Northern platform – Prague -Žvahov– Prague -Jinonice– Prague -Cibulka– Prague -Stodůlky– Prague -Řepy. The train completes the route in about 30 minutes.
You can use OpencardYou can use Prague Integrated Transport tickets on Prague’s railway engine. That means that passengers with the valid time voucher for the zones P and 0 can travel without purchasing any other ticket. Passengers can also use Prague Integrated Transport ticket, either the CZK 24 one for 30 minutes or the CZK 32 one that is valid for 90 minutes (you can’t use SMS tickets). Prior to boarding the train, this ticket has to be validated in the validator that is located at the railway station (usually it is on the platform, in the Prague Main Station it is by the entrance to subways, you can also use the ticket already validated in another public transport vehicle providing you were changing them). The ticket can also be bought directly in the train from the conductor; the price corresponds with the tariff of the provider KŽC – Doprava, s. r. o.
Bikes based on permission
Providing there is enough space you can ask the train’s staff for the permission to travel with your bike. Bike transport is free of charge if you have a valid ticket.