Popular Lettings in Prague
Highlights in Prague
- Fantastic architecture and history
- A very romantic destination
- A fairy tale come true
- A fantastic destination in central Europe
- Jewish legacy
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Prague
Prague is divided in areas form 1 to 10. Areas from 8 to 9 are further away from the centre. So, if you are looking for central rentals, area 1 includes the old and new town, the Lessee town and the Castle. Areas 2, 3 and 4 are more residential but still plenty of bars, restaurants and connections with the main transports. And if you want your rental to be close to the airport, head to area 6. Choose the part of town that suits best your travel expectations and start planning your trip today!Prague: in the heart of Europe
At Holidu we know very well how important it is to choose a comfortable accommodation for a perfect holiday. Therefore, we offer you the choice between more than 1,000 holiday rentals in Prague. All of them are equipped with the necessary amenities and most of them are located in the central part of the city. So you can live the atmosphere of the city in all its splendour. In addition, many also have a terrace, where you can enjoy the fresh air at dusk or have a romantic dinner for two. If it is also essential for you to have a sauna, a spa or a parking spot, do not worry. Your holiday letting in Prague is waiting for you. Do not let it go!
Holidays in Prague
The area and getting around
Have you been wanting to visit Prague for a long time to discover all the charms that this beautiful city treasures? Located in central Europe, northwest of the Czech Republic, Prague is the capital of the country. A large city of 1.9 million inhabitants bathed by the Vltava River, which crosses the municipality from south to north. It belongs to Central Bohemia and extends mainly through the Poberounská soustavaa region, although a small part of its northeastern end is located in the Česká tabule area. The best time to book a rental in Prague is in spring, when temperatures are warmer, or in summer, when the average temperature is 18 degrees, which means that the heat is never too high.Prague: the Golden City
Prague’s rich history makes the city present an aesthetic characterized by various architectural styles but that gives rise to a truly beautiful and harmonious ensemble. Therefore, visiting the city means immersing yourself in an authentic fairy tale in which its magical and endless towers seem to really house princesses waiting patiently for the arrival of their charming prince. A city with medieval atmosphere that inevitably transports the traveller to remote times so that they will never forget such a special place. Don't wait any longer to book your stay in Prague and discover all its charms!
Travellers and activities
Not only Paris and Venice hold the title of "City of Love." Prague is a city that distills a special romanticism all year round. Getting lost in the streets of its old town is a real pleasure, while we get carried away by each and every magical corner. In addition, the city offers many other proposals that make a couple's getaway a truly unforgettable trip, such as taking a romantic boat trip on the Vltava, climbing to the top of the Petrín Tower, touring the hill of lovers , take a horse ride through the Old City, attend the opera and dine by candlelight, get lost in Letná Park, go to a wine tasting or enjoy a jazz concert. A romantic lovebird weekend in Prague. How does it sound?Prague for history lovers
The historical centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The great monumental wealth and the impressive beauty has made it one of the twenty most visited cities on the entire planet. Its countless towers, the City Hall astronomical clock, the Goltz-Kinsky Palace, the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the Basilica of St. George and the churches of the Infant Jesus and St. Nicholas They are just some of the must-see places during a trip to Prague. In addition, the city has several museums that host rich art collections, including the National Museum of Prague, Alfons Mucha Museum and the Jewish Museum. In fact, the city is one of the most important cultural centres of central Europe.
Did you know the iconic Dancing House represents the blending of democracy and communism?
Top 5 travel tips in Prague
The Jewish Borough is undoubtedly a must while in Prague. This neighbourhood oozes charm and is home to many historic treasures. Visit the oldest synagogue in Europe that is still in use. In addition, you can visit a 15th-century cemetery with more than 12,000 tombstones, buildings of Cubist architecture and Art Nouveau. Stroll around and go for some shopping before coming back home.2. Visit the fabulous markets
Markets are great places to visit during your stay in the city and the best way to get into their traditions, products and ways of trading. Prague has very interesting daily and weekly markets where you can find from typical products and popular gadgets to antiques. The most popular are the Havelská Trh Market, the River Town and the Flea Market. However, if you want to buy handicrafts as souvenirs, it is best to do it in one of the shops of the old town, where you will find authentic objects, for example Bohemian crystal in La Moser, located on Na Prikope street.3. Try the delicious “goulash”
The Czech gastronomy offers varied recipes full of taste and colours to please the eye. Dishes that achieve the perfect balance between vegetables, meat and spices. One of the most representative is the Goulash, very similar to that found in Hungary, stewed with veal, different types of peppers and many spices. But you must try the smazeny syr, the knuckle, the utopenec and the knedliky. True delicacies that will make you always want to repeat!4. Walk across Charles Bridge
Crossing the bridge is a must if this is your first time in Prague. The iconic Charles Bridge took 50 years to build and it is now about 700 years old. It connects Old Prague Centre to Mala Strana, meaning “Little Side”. Crossing this bridge is something travellers, merchants and locals do every day. Join them and experience the magnificent feeling of stepping onto its storied cobblestones. Get to the top of Old Town Tower Bridge and get the most amazing views of Mala Strana. Cross the bridge during the days and take in the scenery but come back at night time and experience the magical atmosphere while Prague Castle shines brightly under the starry sky. Then you will understand why it is usually referred to as Disneyland for grownups.5. Step back in time in Mala Strana
Visit the main landmarks of the city. If you are around Prague Castle, take a stroll down to Mala Strana. Marvel at the fantastic and old facades combined with the cobblestoned streets. These old houses and the appearance of the streets will take you back to another time. Beautiful and visited by all tourists in Prague as it is one of the top things to do. Wander the alleys and explore every street where you will find unique and quaint little shops and some interesting objects you might want to buy.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Prague
Our data shows that Prague has an average price of £138.94 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in Czech Republic.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Prague?
If you would like to save as much as posisble during your visit to Prague, pack your bags and travel there in February (£105.98 per night on average), March (£106.38), or November (£115.42) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Prague?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Prague, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, January, May and June with average prices per night of £169.48, £159.2, and £153.45, respectively.Do I need to plan a trip to Prague well in advance?
It's better to book sooner than later in Prague as only 32% of the properties remain free, according to our 2019 data.Which months offer the highest availability?
The months when it's the easiest to find available accommodation in Prague are June (the average amount of properties that are available reached 50.6% of the total in 2019), March (42%), and May (41.75%).Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Prague are, in order, December (with 11% of available rentals), October (17.75%), and September (24%).How many holiday rentals are there in Prague?
In Prague we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 4000 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 24 local and international partners.
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