Short-Term Flat Rental in Prague

Prague's Castle

Those who are visiting Prague for a holiday will find plenty of accommodation options to suit a wide variety of budgets. For those who prefer self-catering, there is no shortage of choice when it comes to short-term flat rentals. The most efficient way to find the best deals is to use the Internet. The popular international accommodation booking websites such as booking.com and laterooms.com advertise many flats for rent in Prague and other towns and cities in the Czech Republic. Sites such as these also present the advantage of being able to secure your booking with a credit card payment in advance.

Short-term rentals can be as cheap as around €30 per night although prices vary depending on the season. For those seeking a more luxurious flat with a perfect location, prices can easily surpass €100 per night, particularly during the peak season.

The most important thing to consider when looking for a short-term flat rental is the area of town. To enjoy your holiday in Prague, you'll most likely want to ensure that the flat you'll be staying in a quiet yet easily accessible area. Prague's Old Town is quite large and while much of it can be noisy and crowded, there are also many quieter side streets where you can enjoy a good night's sleep while still being in the centre of town. The key places to avoid are the areas in and around Wenceslas Square, the Clock Tower Square and any of the main streets such as those which have tram lines. You'll also want to make sure that you're not going to be sleeping right next to a noisy nightclub or one of the many late-night bars in central Prague.

Alternatively, you may want to consider searching for an flat in one of the districts in the wider centre such as Žižkov or Vinohrady. These areas are very easily reachable by 24-hour public transport or even on foot. You are far more likely to find lower prices and more peace and quiet in such places. Before you book anything, however, ensure that you have familiarized yourself with the area first. A good way to get a more accurate impression of a location is to use the Street View function on Google Maps which covers all of Prague and is quite up to date.