List of Prague Metro stations

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The following is a list of Prague Metro stations, ordered alphabetically. Names in parentheses denote former station names from before 1990. The accessibility of the station for persons with impaired mobility and important places nearby are also given.

Prague Metro lines and stations

LinesEdit

The green Line A connects the center with the northwest and east of the city. It is 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) long and has 13 stations. Travel time (from terminal to terminal) is about 20 minutes.

The yellow Line B is the longest; it goes from the southwest outskirts through the center and continues to the northeast of the city. It is 25.6 kilometres (15.9 miles) long and has 24 stations. Travel time (from end to end) is about 45 minutes.

The red Line C is the oldest and shallowest, going from the north to the south-east. It is 14 kilometres (8.7 miles) long and has 20 stations. Travel time is about 35 minutes.

StationsEdit

Name Photo District Named after Line Opened Notes
Anděl
(Moskevská)
  Smíchov a building named "U zlatého anděla" ("At a golden angel" in English) B November 2, 1985 formerly Moskevská, after Moscow
Bořislavka     Červený vrch the surrounding suburb A April 6, 2015
Budějovická   Krč the nearby square C May 9, 1974
Černý Most     Černý Most the surrounding district B November 8, 1998 means Black Bridge in English
Located above-ground with side platforms
Českomoravská   Vysočany B November 22, 1990 the original planned name was Zápotockého (or Antonína Zápotockého), after Antonín Zápotocký
Chodov  
(Budovatelů)
  Jižní Město the surrounding suburb C November 11, 1980 formerly Budovatelů
Dejvická  
(Leninova)
  Dejvice the surrounding suburb A August 12, 1978 formerly Leninova, after Vladimir Lenin
Depo Hostivař     Strašnice the metro depot A May 26, 2006
Flora   Vinohrady, Žižkov A December 19, 1980
Florenc  
(Sokolovská)
   Karlín a nearby intersection BC May 9, 1974 C
November 2, 1985 B
formerly Sokolovská
located at the central bus station
Háje  
(Kosmonautů)
  Jižní Město the surrounding suburb C November 11, 1980 formerly Kosmonautů
Hlavní nádraží     New Town Prague central station C May 9, 1974 Has side platforms as it was originally built for trams
located at the main train station
Hloubětín     Hloubětín the surrounding district B June 8, 1999
Hradčanská   Dejvice Hradčany A August 12, 1978 located close to the Prague Castle
Hůrka     Nové Butovice B November 11, 1994
I.P.Pavlova     Vinohrady Ivan Pavlov C May 9, 1974
Invalidovna   Karlín Invalidovna B November 22, 1990 the original planned name was Hakenova after Josef Haken, chairman of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia
Jinonice
(Švermova)
  Jinonice the surrounding district B October 26, 1988 formerly Švermova, after Jan Šverma
Jiřího z Poděbrad   Vinohrady George of Poděbrady A December 19, 1980
Kačerov   Krč, Michle C May 9, 1974
Karlovo náměstí   New Town the nearby square B November 2, 1985
Kobylisy     Kobylisy the surrounding district C June 26, 2004
Kolbenova     Vysočany Emil Kolben B June 26, 2001
Křižíkova   Karlín František Křižík B November 22, 1990
Ládví     Kobylisy C June 26, 2004
Letňany     Letňany the surrounding district C May 8, 2008
Luka     Lužiny B November 11, 1994
Lužiny     Lužiny the surrounding district B November 11, 1994
Malostranská   Malá Strana the surrounding district A August 12, 1978
Můstek    New Town The former medieval bridge (Můstek is
the diminutive form of most, meaning
"bridge") over the old town moat; the
remains of the bridge can be seen at
the station entrance.
AB August 12, 1978 A
November 2, 1985 B
located under Wenceslas Square
Muzeum    New Town the National Museum AC May 9, 1974 C
August 12, 1978 A
located at the top of the Wenceslas Square
Nádraží Holešovice  
(Fučíkova)
  Holešovice Praha-Holešovice railway station C November 3, 1984 formerly Fučíkova, after Julius Fučík
Nádraží Veleslavín     Veleslavín Praha-Veleslavín railway station A April 6, 2015 offers bus link to the Václav Havel Airport Prague
Náměstí Míru   Vinohrady the nearby square A August 12, 1978 means Square of Peace in English
Náměstí Republiky   New Town the nearby square B November 2, 1985 located near the Old Town Square and the Jewish Town
Národní třída     New Town the National Theater B November 2, 1985 Closed and refurbished between 2012 - 2014
Nemocnice Motol     Motol Motol Hospital A April 6, 2015
Nové Butovice  
(Dukelská)
  Nové Butovice the surrounding district B October 26, 1988 formerly Dukelská, named after the bitterly contested WW2 battle in Dukla Pass
Opatov  
(Družby)
  Jižní Město the surrounding suburb C November 11, 1980 formerly Družby
Palmovka   Libeň a nearby intersection B November 22, 1990
Pankrác  
(Mládežnická)
  Nusle the surrounding suburb C May 9, 1974 formerly Mládežnická
Petřiny     Petřiny the surrounding district A April 6, 2015
Pražského povstání   Nusle the Prague Uprising C May 9, 1974
Prosek     Prosek the surrounding district C May 8, 2008 Side platforms
Radlická   Radlice the surrounding district B October 26, 1988
Rajská zahrada     Černý Most B November 8, 1998 means Paradise Garden in English
Side platforms
unorthodox design (trains are on a different level)
Czech Construction of the Year for 1999
Roztyly  
(Primátora Vacka)
  Jižní Město, Chodov surrounding suburb C November 11, 1980 formerly Primátora Vacka, after Václav Vacek
Skalka     Strašnická a nearby housing estate A November 4, 1990 means Rockery in English
Smíchovské nádraží   Smíchov Praha-Smíchov railway station B November 2, 1985
Staroměstská   Old Town the surrounding district A August 12, 1978 located near the Old Town Square, the Jewish Town and Charles Bridge
Stodůlky     Stodůlky the surrounding district B November 11, 1994
Strašnická     Strašnice the surrounding district A November 11, 1987
Střížkov     Střížkov the surrounding district C May 8, 2008
Vltavská   Holešovice the Vltava river C November 3, 1984
Vyšehrad  
(Gottwaldova)
  Nusle Vyšehrad fortress, castle and cemetery C May 9, 1974 formerly Gottwaldova, after Klement Gottwald
Side platforms
partially in a tunnel, partially on a viaduct, due to being built through a cliff face running perpendicular to the line.
Vysočanská     Vysočany the surrounding district B November 8, 1998
Želivského   Olšany Jan Želivský A December 19, 1980
Zličín     Zličín the surrounding district B November 11, 1994