Campsites, their price is approximately 400 CZK for four people for one night, they are mostly located around the river Vltava in the outskirts of Prague. Visitors can spend the night in tents, caravans or cabins. Showers and toilets are included as basic facilities although often you can also find a swimming pool. Camps are suitable for tourists who did not come to Prague by car as they are easy to access by public transport. Also be aware of the opening times, which are usually set by Spring and Autumn.
List of camp sites
For the less demanding
Popular places to stay on student travels are hostels and boarding houses and Prague certainly has many to choose from. For those who don’t mind sharing a room with other people and using common bathrooms one can find accommodation for as low as 300 CZK per night. One step up is to rent private apartments which are equipped by the owner like a hostel room. The advantages are total privacy, often with a good location in the historical centre, but visitors have to go without such frills such as room and food service.
List of hostels and boarding houses
List of apartments
Where you can get thoroughly spoiled
In the last twenty years Prague has transformed itself into a very active hotel and congress centre. Visitors from all around the world as well as the Czech Republic come to Prague for both entertainment and work; much to their satisfaction there are hotels of all shapes, sizes and facilities with prices starting at 1500 CZK for a double room per night. Visitors can choose from multinational chains whose services they know from other world metropolises or from family run hotels. Those who prefer a more aesthetic experience will go for some of Prague’s boutique hotels – with modern design and often located in historical palaces. Of course there are many wellness hotels with the option of a wide range of relaxation and sport activities.
List of hotels where you can make a reservation