Prague vacation rentals

Prague vacation rentals

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Low season

February

High season

July

Average price (Weeknight)

C$ 107

Average price (Weekend night)

C$ 128
Cheapest month to stay with an average 36% drop in price.
Most expensive time to stay with an average 18% rise in price.
Average Sunday to Thursday price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Friday and Saturday price over the last 2 weeks.

When to book a vacation rental in Prague

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Top tips for finding the perfect Prague vacation rental

  • Wi-Fi, spa, and pet friendly are the most popular vacation rental property amenities in Prague
  • Vacation rentals in Prague are around 4% cheaper than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Prague.
  • The best vacation rental properties in Prague are Old Town Boho Chic Attic (9.8, 23 reviews), Bear Fountain Residence (9.6, 168), and SeNo 6 apartments (9.5, 396), based on ratings and reviews from real travelers.
  • Prague 17 is the neighborhood in Prague with the most affordable vacation rental properties (7 properties with an average price of C$ 62 per night). Ak Apartman Praha 6, Apartment Charlie, and Prague Hosts are the most popular rental properties in Prague 17.
  • Visiting Prague for the first time? The Old Town is centrally located in Prague, as well as being the neighbourhood with the highest concentration of historical sights and attractions. From Central Apartments, Prague Old Town you can enjoy a view of the city skyline from a terrace, then take a walk around to admire some of Prague’s finest architecture up close.
  • Are you visiting Prague on a budget? You might want to book your Prague Holiday Rental in the New Town, which, despite the name, is more than 700 years old. The New Town may be slightly further from some of the major attractions than the Old Town, but it is located just next door, has more options for budget-friendly accommodation, and boasts some attractions of its own. For example, cheap Prague holiday homes like Podskalska Apartments are only 1 mile from Vysehrad Castle and 1.7 miles from the National Museum of Prague.
  • Another affordable neighbourhood to book your Prague house rental in is Žižkov, which is residential and slightly less glamorous than the centre but still abounds with culture like the annual carnival and the Akropolis Theater. Apartment House Zizkov is one the cheapest options for Prague holiday rentals.
  • Holešovice and Letná have some of Prague’s best art museums and the city’s largest park, Stromovka. For those who like to avoid other tourists and are comfortable with public transportation, try a Prague holiday rental like Prague Eia Premium.
  • Vinohrady, which used to be a big vineyard in the 14th century, has Prague’s second largest park, Havlickovy Sady, with a beautiful Italian Renaissance-inspired villa. Also a few tram stops away from the Old Town, you can stay somewhere like Sazavska Apartment for a bit of peace and quiet.

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