Travelling around Prague

With a very hot week in which to explore the city, we soon wearied of walking everywhere. It's not a big city so if you're staying centrally, then walking is good. We decided to try out all transport methods that we could - bus, tram and metro. A word on tickets: these are valid for time periods and 1 ticket does for bus, tram and metro, as well as the funicular railway to the top of Petrin. You can get a ticket for a half hour, an hour, 24 hours and 72 hours. We went for a 72 hour one, costing 310 krona (around £10.50). A 24 hour one is 110 krona (£3.70) The Trams were our favourite - easy to get pretty much anywhere you want.
Prague trams
Prague trams
Karlova Namesti Metro
Karlova Namesti metro
But we used the metro, just for fun really. The patterns and colours were good.
The escalators go at quite some speed