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One of the most common questions asked about Prague here at Beat the Brochure is ‘how cheap is it to visit?’ This curiosity could be due to the fact the city is located in the Czech Republic, outside of the Euro and is relatively mysterious when compared to other European tourist destinations. So how cheap is it and what will you get from your hard earned Czech Crowns?
Food and Drink
As with most European capitals, Prague has its fair share of touristy areas whereby prices are geared to take advantage of heavy walleted tourists. However move away from the centre and you will find some great restaurants and bars where prices are much lower.
Hint: If you head to an Irish pub and buy imported beer, you will not pay much less then you would back home. But to do so would be a crime as the local beer is often nicer and significantly cheaper.
When it comes to accommodation, you have plenty of choice depending on what your budget is. There are many backpacker hostels littered around the city which help keep the costs down, along with 5* city centre hotels which provide a bit of luxury. In terms of accommodation, Prague can be as cheap or expensive as you like.
Hint: If you want to keep costs down but do not fancy a hostel, try looking for a small 3* hotel in a central location.
Flights to Prague are very frequent from most UK airports, and are catered for by low cost airlines such as Easyjet. And you know what the best thing about low cost airlines is don’t you? That’s right, the low cost
Hint: Have a look around all of the low cost airlines, there are plenty of deals available and the opportunity to book last minute holidays to Prague is open all year round.
Got an insight into the costs in visiting Prague? Let us know your hints and tips below.
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Ricky is a keen traveller and writer who shares a passion for both. Ricky has travelled extensively, visiting various countries in Europe and South East Asia along with Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Ricky is a resident blogger for travel specialists Beat the Brochure, and in his spare time enjoys playing football and following Chelsea FC. Google Visit his Google + page for more information.