Long-term Stays

If you are planning an extended stay in Prague you have a few options. You can stay in a serviced apartment but you won’t get a very good price. Usually expect between 15 and 30 per cent discount from daily or week rates. Another option is renting an apartment short-term or long-term. Short- term apartments can be rented for 3 months (but sometimes can be negotiated for even shorter periods) and long-term usually from 6 months up to 1 year.


Local apartment’s abbreviations

1+kk: One room with a kitchen in the same living space
1+1: One room with separate kitchen
2+kk: Bedroom and kitchen/lounge in the same area
2+1: Bedroom, living area, and separate kitchen
3+1: Two bedrooms, a living area and kitchen


Rental Prices

Room in Flatshare (district 1 or 2) 7,000 CZK
Room in Flatshare (Outside Center)  5,500 to 6,000 CZK
Studio Flat (district 1, 2 or 6) 11,000 to 12,500 CZK
Studio Flat (Outside Center) 8000 to 10,000 CZK
Flat (1+1) City Center from 15,000 CZK
Flat (1+1) Outside Center around 13,500 CZK
Flat (2+1) City Center from 21,000 to 23,000 CZK
Flat (2+1) Outside Center around 15,000 CZK

Renting a Flat in Prague

Renting a flat in Prague is quite straightforward, with basically two options. The first one is to look for ads in newspapers or on the internet and rent a flat from a private owner, or use a real estate agency which can take some of the hassle out of the …

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Long Stays in Prague

If you decide to stay longer in Prague then it is a good idea to look for a long-term apartment. Look for ads in newspapers (Annonce.cz is largest catalogue of classified listings but only in Czech), contact real estate agencies and special agencies offering serviced apartments for long term rentals. You should …

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Share a Flat in Prague

Long term visitors to Prague should consider sharing flats. This is a wonderful way to enjoy your experience and to be mindful of your budget. Expats.cz is a useful resource for finding these flats. Each month there are hundreds of listings available. The cost for sharing rents in this are …

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Student Housing

Should you be a student, you’ll often be given a dormitory room (a ‘kolej’) which can be shared with room-mates or just be a single room. As universities do not have traditional campuses, university dormitories are spread across Prague. You will probably need to utilize public transport to get yourself …

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