Strizkov Station is located in the northern part of Prague, in the eastern part of Strizkov district and near the western border of Prosek district. It is on the metro line C (red line) – it is the first stop of the new section opened in 2008. Neighbouring stations are Ladvi (the previous terminus) and Prosek.
The Metro Station Building
Strizkov Station has a characteristic building, designed in futuristic style. The tracks are below the surface, but the glass building reaches high above it. It is situated next to the crossing of Teplicka, Lovosicka, and Vysocanska streets, and about 250 metres off highway D8 (Prague – Usti nad Labem – Dresden).
Metro Service at Strizkov Station
Travel time between Strizkov and Prague city centre is about 10 minutes. It is 5 stops to Florenc, 6 stops to the Main Train Station (Hlavni Nadrazi), and 7 stops to Wenceslas Square (Muzeum).
The metro operates daily from 5 am to midnight. Intervals between trains are from 2 minutes (peak) to 10 minutes (late evening). Some trains terminate at Ladvi Station, one stop before Strizkov (take the next train).
Buses and Trams in Strizkov
Several bus lines stop in front of Strizkov Metro Station or around the corner.
There are no trams directly at Strizkov Station, but the nearest tram stop – Trebenicka – is only 5 minutes walk away on the other side of the highway.