Plzen is connected with big neighbored cities by bus and train systems. So, a travel to Prague will occupy a little more than one and a half hours, the same time is needed to get to Karlovy Vary. As for Munich, it is better to go there by train, it will help to save time.
It is recommended to go through the historical district of the city on foot, because all the important trip sights are located not far away from each other. Also there is two-wheeled transport which is the excellent alternative variant to walking on foot, there are bicycle leasing centers in a lot of big hotels.
There are two big touristic centers in the city, one of them is located near the central square, another is located on the territory of the central railroad station. There you can take a free city’s map and specify time of trips and book tickets to the cultural events.
In Plzen public transport is represented as a branchy net of buses, trams and trolleybuses, by them it is possible to get to almost any object you are interested in. It is necessary to buy tickets in special automats, which are placed at all the transport stops or in the tobacco kiosks.
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