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15 unique holiday lettings from 22 different partner websites, such as Booking.com or Casamundo, are currently available in Prague. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo brings you the most economical offers and the most popular properties in Prague.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Prague
Rentals can be filtered based on different criteria. Just above, you can see the number of rentals that provide a specific amenity in Prague. Our data shows that internet and TVs turn out to be the most frequently offered amenities in Prague. Three amenities that aren't often available are fishing, fireplaces and pools.
Accommodation options for your holiday in Prague
Holidaymakers searching for hotel rooms in Prague will have many options to choose from, since this is the most typical accommodation option there. The average price of this specific accommodation type is £112 a night, with an average size of 33 m². Moreover, hotel rooms tend to be great for couples and small groups, since most can accommodate 3 guests. Apartment rentals are the other most common accommodation type in Prague. The average size of apartment rentals in Prague is 64 m² , and the average price is £169 per night.
Book a holiday letting in Prague for a fascinating cultural trip
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is one of the largest cities in Central Europe and has unique architecture and heritage sites. Visitors can book holiday lettings in the heart of the historic centre of Prague and visit the city's great museums, galleries, parks and theatres.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Prague?
Art and cultural venues in Prague
Prague has many great art galleries and museums. Among them is the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, a gallery that showcases modern art. It includes a variety of art such as paintings, photography and sculpture.
The Veletržní Palác, otherwise known as the Fair Trade Palace, is one of the National Gallery’s largest sites and displays a rich collection of modern art. Aside from its Czech collection the gallery features 20th century European masterpieces by Picasso, van Gogh and Braque.
Prague also has numerous theatres. The National Theatre is a monument to Czech history and art and stages opera, drama and ballet productions. Visitors can book guided tours of this historic venue.
What are the best events and festivals in Prague?
Prague’s festivals and events
Prague’s Beer Festival in May celebrates one of the Czech Republic’s finest exports. The festival offers 70 brands of Czech beer at the Letná beer gardens and its programme includes brewery presentations and live music.
The Summer Shakespeare Festival is held between June and September. This is open-air theatre festival is held at Prague Castle, Špilberk Castle and Malostranské Square. Many of Shakespeare’s plays are staged and although largely aimed at Czech audiences a few are performed in English.
What are the must-see attractions in Prague?
The highlights of Prague
Prague Castle is one of the largest castles in the world and consists of various architectural styles. It is a UNESCO Heritage Site which includes the St Vitus Cathedral and treasury, St George’s Basilica, the Powder Tower Castle Guard exhibition and a picture gallery.
Prague Zoo is one of Europe’s largest zoos and is home to thousands of animals. The zoo has some world-class exhibits such as the Giant Salamander House, the Hippo House, Elephant Valley and the Gorilla Pavilion.
St. Vitus Cathedral
St Vitus Cathedral is a part of the Prague Castle complex and undoubtedly one of its main highlights. This cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that includes the lavishly decorated St. Wenceslas Chapel.
Charles Bridge is a historic Gothic bridge in Prague that crosses the River Vltava. A series of baroque sculptures line the bridge and there are also a couple of towers at the Lesser Town end, one of which houses an exhibition devoted to the history of the bridge.
Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock
The Astronomical Clock is an intricately designed historic clock on the Old Town Hall Tower in Prague. Visitors can climb the Old Town Hall Tower for some great views.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Prague?
On average, a Hotel rooms or Apartment rentals in Prague costs £19 per night.
How many holiday homes are available to book in Prague?
May is the time of year with the highest amount of Hotel rooms and Apartment rentals available in Prague, so you'll find plenty of great holiday deals during this month.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Prague holiday home?
Yes, there are 4,804 holiday homes in Prague that allow pets, with an average price of £150 per night.
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