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tip on riding the trams in Prague

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FYI, just wanted to pass on a small tip we learned about the handy trams in Prague (just got back last nite, trip report coming):

You cannot buy tickets onboard, despite what our guidebook told us. We sweated out our first "illegal" trip, then asked our hotel host about buying tickets. He said the only place near us (on the castle side of the river) was the Tabak around the corner from the Starbucks in Malostranska Namesti. He says every year the Prague government says they're going to make ticket machines more available and then fails to do so, he believes because they'd prefer to rake in the fees when they catch unticketed tourists ;)

Just wanted to pass the info along in case it helps anyone else!

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