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A weekend in Prague on a budget?

Going to Prague for the weekend but i'll be on a budget. I need recommendations on hotels, activities, and restaurants that won't break the bank.


4 Answers

top answer by
Jamie from England

Hi Melissa! K+K Hotel Central Prague is a  fabulous hotel that is an awesome value. Most pubs away from the town square have super cheap beers, The Beer Musuem is great! Good eats include Sisters, chlebíčky PrahaLokál Dlouhá and Casserol. I just returned from Prague again and will be posting more about some local places this week! But here are some old posts: :)

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answered by
Jeff from Portland

Prague is a fantastic city to be on a budget. The good thing is that beer and Becherovka is very inexpensive with most beer (Pilsner Urquell) being around US$1.00-US$1.75. 

For stuff to do, obviously check out the Prague Castle, hike around the Petřínské sady (Gardens on the south side of the castle). 

For food, here are a couple options. The food vendors in Wenceslas Square - get a Prague Ham or sausage or really anything that looks tasty, but Prague ham is great. For sit down with an authentic flair check out U Fleků - they have a small two person band (tuba and accordion) walking around and pass around house beers and Becherovka. 

U Zlatého tygra has a lot of history and a great place to swing in for a beer or 3. 

Prague is inexpensive compared to most other european capitals. 

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answered by
Sloan from Lincoln, New Hampshire

There are so many sites to see without spending much money. Walk up to the castle and you can roam with in the walls for no charge. You can pay for exhibits and golden lane if you want. Take the funicular up Petřín Hill for a great view and a nice relaxing stroll down. The museum of communism is a great stop if you are interested as well as the Alfons Mucha Museum. Both are under $10. And remember, beer is cheaper than water. Have fun!

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answered first by
Lawrence from New Hampshire

I'm going later in the Spring, and have booked at Hotel Anna. Quite reasonable prices, and good reviews.

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