On 25 March, a new tram route perfect for visitors was introduced in Prague. Line No. 23 is served exclusively by 18 vintage T3 trams, the most iconic Prague type. The trams, along with their terminus stops, have been retrofitted in 1980s style. Tram No. 23 operates the year round and takes passengers through the historical centre of Prague. All aboard!
Since 25 March 2017, visitors and residents of Prague can enjoy the services of a new ‘nostalgia’ tram line No. 23. The line is served exclusively by the iconic T3 trams and passes through the historical centre.
Line No. 23 operates between the Prague Castle district and Vinohrady, along the following stops: Královka – Malovanka – Pražský hrad (Prague Castle) – Královský letohrádek (Belvedere) – Malostranská – Malostranské náměstí – Újezd – Národní divadlo (National Theatre) – Národní třída – Karlovo náměstí – I. P. Pavlova – Vinohrady – Zvonařka.
No special fare applies to tram No. 23, any regular ticket can be used here.
The line runs daily between 8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. in half-hour intervals, which will be shortened to 15-20 minutes between the end of April and mid-October. The schedule can be viewed here.
The T3 tram, made by Tatra Works, was first introduced at the Brno international trade fair in 1960; it began to serve Prague regularly in 1962 and continued to do so successfully until 2011.
- “Nostalgia” tram No. 23