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Mustek Metro Station, Prague

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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2.1/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Descend to Mustek Metro Station to see the illuminated stone remains of a medieval bridge that once connected the fortifications of Old Town and New Town. The bridge was discovered after the excavation of the area and then preserved in a vestibule below the lower end of Wenceslas Square. The station, which was built in the late 1970s and early 1980s, bears the name of the bridge--Mustek, meaning little bridge. The pedestrian street above the station, Na Príkope, literally translates as "on the moat." It was built on top of a river that once bisected the old and the new part of the city. Arrange your visit to Mustek Metro Station and discover more family-friendly attractions in Prague using our Prague trip itinerary builder.
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  • Great Metro system. We bought a three day ticket and found it to be a great investment for touring Prague for our time there. 
  • Clean, neat, cheap tickets and bought on time (for example, 15 minutes). What's interesting-no turnstiles. Short station, trains run once every four or five minutes.
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  • Exchange station between the green line and yellow line B located at the lower part of Wenceslas square. I don't know why that is reported as a place to visit as it is in my opinion less pretty station and dirtier in Prague while cute green line stations decorated with '' plates '' that at each station have a different color. The most beautiful addition to the station of line A is perhaps Strizkov on line C that has a modern design, particularly outside.
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