Prague has over 140 km of track, with over 900 trams running 21 daytime and 9 nighttime routes for a route total of 518 km. It's a busy system.
The first horse-drawn tram ran in Prague in 1875 and the first electric tram ran in 1891.
The traditional supplier of trams for Prague was ČKD Tatra, a company that no longer exists post-Velvet Revolution. The most modern trams in the Prague fleet are produced by Škoda.
Tatra T3The oldest regularly operating trams in Prague are Tatra T3s. Almost 14,000 of these were produced worldwide and over 500 still operate in Prague.
|Tram 7152 in Prague|
|Tram 8278, a T3R.PLF tram in Prague|
Tatra T6A5Prague has over 100 T6A5 trams, which look a lot like T3s but more angular.
|Tram 9066 with the Prague castle in the background|
|Tram 8719 passing an older tram by the National Museum in Prague|
Škoda 15 TThe Škoda 15 T are the most modern trams in Prague, built from 2009 onward. Some of the newer trams are supposed to have wifi and air conditioning.
|Tram 9308 in Prague|
|Tram 9341, a modern Škoda 15 T|
|Prague tram 9254 in a tight spot|
|Prague tram 8400 negotiating a tight space|