For those who do not want to give up the comforts of a real home even when travelling, the perfect solution is to rent a holiday flat. There are many flats in Prague and you will therefore have a wide variety to choose from, with prices varying according to the number of rooms, the area where you sleep and the services included.
But why rent a flat? Ample space and autonomy: these are the reasons why more and more travellers prefer a flat over a hotel. But there is also the desire to feel ‘like a local’ and the curiosity to see the real life of people living in Prague, not just the famous sights.
So take a look at holiday homes in Prague: you may find what will be your home during your stay in one of Europe’s most beautiful capital cities!
The first advantage of renting a holiday flat is economical: by allowing you to split the cost between several people (even eight or more), flats are much cheaper than a hotel. They are therefore particularly suitable for groups of friends or families, but we also recommend them to couples who want total privacy.
Full autonomy and freedom are another strong point of holiday flats. You have the freedom to have breakfast at your own time or walk around the rooms in your pyjamas if you feel like it, just like at home!
The idea of cooking your own meals in a foreign country is also a lot of fun: shopping in a supermarket, market or neighbourhood shop is the quickest way to get in touch with ‘real’ Prague life and feel like a local . Not to mention the huge savings you can make by not having to go to a restaurant every night!
And if you feel like having a drink at a late hour? Don’t worry: the bar in your house never closes!
The main factor in choosing a holiday apartment in Prague is of course the area in which you want to stay.
A flat in the centre of Prague certainly has the advantage of saving you time travelling and money on public transport tickets. Moreover, all you have to do is step outside your door and you will find yourself immersed in the magical atmosphere of the centre of Prague, with its thousands of postcard views. However, it will certainly cost you more than in other neighbourhoods and if you happen to be in an area with many clubs, you may have problems with noise at night.
Conversely, a flat outside the centre will be cheaper, even if you have to pay for transport (to save money on public transport, consider buying a Prague Card). In addition, it will give you the chance to get to know neighbourhoods little visited by tourists and is therefore recommended if you really like the idea of feeling like a local.
Other factors to consider before renting a flat in Prague are: proximity to public transport stops, availability of Internet connection, the presence or absence of luggage storage and free parking if arriving by car.