Transport complicated, Railways offers cheaper fare
The floods have seriously complicated public transport across the country. The Czech railway operator Ceske drahy has offered all passengers across the country to travel for cheaper fares. The reduced fare is normally charged to frequent passengers who own a travel pass, and is 60 percent lower than the standard fare. The lower tariffs will remain in place until further notice.
Public transport in the capital Prague is substantially limited and is free to use.
Author: Vladimír Taxrun audio