Zličín (Prague Metro)
|Prague Metro station|
|Owned by||Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy|
|Opened||November 11, 1994|
Zličín (Czech pronunciation: [zlɪtʃiːn]) is a Prague Metro station and terminus of Line B. Zličín metro station gives direct pedestrian access to the 2004 constructed Metropolis shopping mall, and has zero-fare bus links to the nearby Globus, Tesco and Ikea hypermarkets.
The station's metro lines feed into a large shed with direct rail connections to the adjacent Siemens train and tram factory.
Zličín metro station offers direct connections with local, regional and national buses, both public transport and commercial Student Agency Express buses. The nearest Prague tram network hub is at Řepy, reached by bus lines 264 or 180 (4 stops away). Bus line 100 provides frequent connections to Ruzyně International Airport, 16 minutes away. Bus line 380 provides connections to Beroun.
|← direction Zličín||Prague Metro – line B||direction Černý Most →|
|Zličín – Stodůlky – Luka – Lužiny – Hůrka – Nové Butovice – Jinonice – Radlická – Smíchovské nádraží – Anděl – Karlovo náměstí – Národní třída – Můstek A – Náměstí Republiky – Florenc C – Křižíkova – Invalidovna – Palmovka – Českomoravská – Vysočanská – Kolbenova – Hloubětín – Rajská zahrada – Černý Most|
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