I. P. Pavlova Station is located at I. P. Pavlova Square (Namesti I. P. Pavlova) in Prague city centre, one metro stop (or 6-8 minutes walk) to the south from Muzeum Station (the upper end of Wenceslas Square). The square and the station were named after Russian physiologist Ivan Petrovich Pavlov.
Big streets crossing at I. P. Pavlova are the Magistrala (north-south highway running through Prague city centre) which is named Sokolska Street and Legerova Street here (each direction is in one street) and Jecna Street (connecting I. P. Pavlova with Karlovo Namesti).
Metro Service at I. P. Pavlova
The station is on metro line C (the red line). It is an important interchange between the metro and trams. The station is one of the busiest in Prague and especially during the morning and afternoon peak it can be very crowded.
Intervals between trains at line C are the shortest in Prague metro, less than 2 minutes during peak. Off peak intervals range from 4 to 10 minutes, depending on time of day.
Night Trams and Night Buses at I. P. Pavlova
The metro and day trams operate from early morning (about 5 am) to midnight. At night I. P. Pavlova is also an important public transport junction – an interchange between night trams and night buses. The buses go on the Magistrala on approximately the same route as the metro during the day, connecting Prague city centre with densely populated residential districts in the south.