Českomoravská metro station is located in Prague Vysočany district between Sokolovská Street and O2 Arena. It serves the area including Vysočany, Harfa, Libeň, Balabenka, and Podvinní.
Getting to O2 Arena
Getting from Českomoravská to O2 Arena is very easy, because the arena is so big and so close to the metro exit that you can’t overlook it. Just make sure you turn right (not left) when leaving the escalator and exiting the station. The route to O2 Arena is also very well signed.
Metro Service at Českomoravská
Českomoravská was the terminus of metro line B until 1998, when the metro was extended to Černý Most. It is the end of the central section of line B and some trains still terminate here in these days. Neighbouring stations are Palmovka (city centre side) and Vysočanská (to the east).
It takes about 10 minutes to get from Prague city centre to Českomoravská. Intervals between trains range from 2-3 minutes (peak) to 10 minutes (off peak).
Českomoravská Bus Station
There is a bus station for regional buses situated between the metro station and O2 Arena. Buses to some nearby towns (for example Brandýs nad Labem – Stará Boleslav) still depart from here, but most have been redirected to newer metro terminal stations in Černý Most (line B) and Letňany (line C).