Every major self-respecting capital has a means of public transport with a purely tourist vocation. Berlin, Budapest and Lisbon are important examples. Prague is certainly not less.
The Prague 22 and 91 trams are two excellent solutions for those wishing to travel around the city and enjoy unique views and landscapes, without spending a fortune. Both are comparable to a sort of Hop On Hop Off Bus. Similar in the idea, but with really low prices.
The 91 line, better known as Nostalgická Linka (nostalgic line), is a special section running from March to November, every Saturday, Sunday and holidays. The particularity of the route is given by the fact that the trip is carried out on a vintage tram; hence the term Nostalgic Line.
The 91 tram stops are as follows:
Vozovna Střešovice - Brusnice Pražský hrad - Královský Letohrádek - Malostranská - Malostranské náměstí - Hellichova - Újezd - Národní Divadlo - Národní - Lazarská - Vodičkova - Václavské náměstí - Jindřišská - Masarykovo nádraží - Náměstí republiky - Dlouhá třída - Nábřeží Kapitána Jaroše - Strossmayerovo náměstí - Veletržní - Výstaviště Holešovice.
As indicated, the tram runs from March to November only on weekends and on holidays. Every hour runs from 12: 02 (first race) to 17: 02 (last race) from Vozovna Střešovice; from 13: 00 to 17: 00 from Výstaviště Holešovice. The ticket costs 35,00 CZK per adult and 20,00 CZK in the reduced version.
The 22 tram runs daily, from Monday to Sunday, from 04: 30 around until midnight. The tram follows one of the most scenic sections of the city: Bilá Hora - Vypich - Nádraží Strašnice -Nádraží Hostivař. The route winds through some of the city's landmarks and monuments, including the National Theater, the Belveder and the Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. You can freely decide whether to get off or continue on your journey.
The route passes in the vicinity of the main monuments, or, in some cases, a few hundred meters away. The places are all easily visited on foot.
All you need to do is sit comfortably on board your tram. Obviously, being an extremely touristic vehicle, it is very unlikely to find a free place. We recommend avoiding peak times and opting for departure from one of the two terminus. These small measures could be essential to be able to grab a seat in the front row, in front of a window.
To use the 22 tram, simply purchase a single ticket from 30 'or 90' or, alternatively, a one or three day pass.