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How Expensive is Prague?

How Expensive is Prague?

Charles bridge Prague

 

Prague is one of the best-value travel destinations in Europe and you really do get a lot of bang for your buck. This central European capital offers incredibly good value for money, whether you’re on a tight budget or just looking for a great deal. This doesn’t mean that the quality is any lower, however – Prague is one of the region’s most sought-after destinations and is one of the world’s most stunningly beautiful and historically fascinating cities. But just how expensive is Prague? Find out here…

 

Prague Food prices and most importantly- what is the price of beer in Prague?


When it comes to dining and drinking, Prague is extremely competitively priced. Lunch or dinner in a local restaurant or cafe is likely to cost between 5 and 10 euros, whilst a local beer rarely costs more than a couple of euros. Prague food prices are a bit less than half of what equivalent dishes would be in western European countries.

 

So if you’re wondering how expensive is Prague’s local beer, regional wine or the kind of meals that local Czechs would enjoy on a normal evening, the answer is not very (even in high-end restaurants, the price is very reasonable). Czech food is also pretty hearty so will give you all the energy you need to make the most of this beautiful city!

 

In order to avoid rip-off tourist traps, head just outside the centre and take the time to see where locals are eating – you’ll get authentic food and a great deal. What more could you want?

 

How much are Prague daily expenses

This question is best answered by offering a few examples of the kind of things that you may be purchasing every day whilst in the city and how much these would be on average. Public transport tickets are a couple of euros, whilst a coffee at a local cafe is likely to set you back 2 euros or less. A pack of 20 cigarettes will be around 3-4 euros and if you’re heading out to party in the city’s clubs and bars it’s also good news – drinks are around half of what you’re likely to pay in the US or Western Europe.


Prague Hotel Prices

When it comes to accommodation, Prague hotel prices vary but they are still competitive and there are a range of options, from luxury hotels to backpacker’s hostels or local guesthouses. Like everything else, Prague hotel prices tend to be cheaper than their western European counterparts – like anywhere else, Prague hotel prices drop when you leave the centre or touristy areas and you get a more authentic, local experience.

 

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