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Be prepared to spend quite a bit for the privilege of navigating Prague's Gothic streets in a rental car. Photo OndraSoukup.
Renting a car in Prague is fairly straight-forward. That said, car rentals are not cheap in the Czech Republic, a fact that stands in marked contrast to the pricing of most things in the city.
A very good one-day rate through our car rental partner, AutoEurope, should run about CZK3448. To check rates for a specific date, click here.
There are a few car rental establishments within Prague city limits. Small, local companies are cheaper but less likely to have an English speaking staff. International car-rental offices for A Rent Car/Thrifty, Avis, Budget, Europecar and Hertz can be found within the city.
To get the best price, reserve a car before leaving home. Ask for an all-inclusive rate with full insurance and unlimited kilometers. Many of the less expensive rental cars in Europe will have neither air conditioning nor roll-down windows. To get the best deal, shop around, reserve ahead of time and pay in advance. For more information, also visit our guide to renting a car in Europe.
Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Prague and throughout Europe.
Blending new with old and East with West, this beautiful city can be a Cheapo’s dream—if you know how to do it right. Let us help you find out!
Find the perfect budget hotel
Prague is full of great places to sleep on a budget, from bare-bones youth hostels to elegant Baroque palaces. Our editors have combed them all, recommending the best accommodations that are clean, central and cheap. And if they’ve got a touch of Czech-style charm, they’ll get even better marks.
• Search for your dates in the box above to see available hotels.
• Click through to see a list of our recommended cheap hotels.
Our guide to Prague on a budget
With its beautiful Gothic and Baroque buildings, Prague may look ritzy, but it can definitely be enjoyed on the cheap. Head over to our Prague city guide and our blog to find out how. You’ll find tips about the best ways to save on transportation, food, museums and more.
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