News – Tourist Ticket
Starting 1 July 2016, passengers can use a Tourist Ticket to travel on public transportation in Pilsen. The returnable ticket is issued against a CZK 100 deposit.
You can top up your Tourist Ticket with prepaid fare for 1–17 days or e-money as desired up to a total of CZK 3,500.
There are two types of prepaid fare: basic fare and reduced (-50%) fare for children aged 6–15 and students under 26.
You must prove you are entitled to reduced fare when you purchase the Tourist Ticket and when a ticket checker in the vehicle asks you to present your ticket.
If you top up your Tourist Ticket with prepaid fare, you can take any form of public transportation throughout Pilsen as often as you want and you don’t have to take it out and tap it against the ticket reader.
|Number of days||Basic fare (CZK)||Reduced fare (CZK)|
If you top up your Tourist Ticket with e-money, you must use the Tourist Ticket to purchase fare from the Cardman ticketing machine inside the public transportation vehicle. The tickets purchased from the Cardman are transfer tickets.
|Type of ticket||Basic fare||Reduced fare|
|30 min.||CZK 16||CZK 8|
|60 min.||CZK 20||CZK 10|
|180 min.||CZK 34||CZK 17|
|24 hrs.||CZK 60||CZK 30|
The Tourist Ticket can be returned to any PMDP sales outlet. If you have a remainder on your e-wallet, the amount will be returned to you at no extra fee. The amount you paid upon receipt of the ticket will also be returned to you if you return an undamaged Tourist Ticket.