Unexpectedly, this subway station can be regarded as a scenic spot. We live near the subway station. We pass by every morning, and if we come from the town of CK, we have to stop here when we stop at a subway station. There is a small square above.
Take the train from Krakow back to Prague, then take the subway back to the hotel, get off at Mustek and walk out of the station, only to realize the depth of this subway station. Out of the station is the old city area, stroll back to the hotel, and take a look at the buildings along the way.
Mustek is an interchange station for the Green Line (Line A) and Yellow Line (Line B) of the Prague Metro. Prague has a total of three subways, so all stations that can be transferred are big stations. Take the yellow line here to cross the river from underground to the subway station near the castle area
The nearest subway station to Old Town Square. Like most of the subway stations constructed in Prague and Eastern Europe during the Soviet period, they are buried deep underground and can only be carried on and off by large escalators.
The nearest subway station to Old Town Square. This subway is very deep, I have seen it now, friends who are interested must come and see, I always feel like I want to go to the center of the earth