Prices in the Czech Republic

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Prices in the Czech Republic are not too high. However, it is worth bearing in mind that the prices in Prague, Brno and in popular mountain resorts such as Spindleruv Mlyn will definitely be higher. Especially when it comes to their center, old town and the vicinity of the greatest attractions, where it will certainly be expensive. In the rest of the Czech Republic, prices will be much friendlier to our wallets.

Prices in the Czech Republic / Food, drink and eating in shops / Beer, dumplings, coffee / How much is bread in the Czech Republic?
Prices in the Czech Republic / Food, drink and eating in shops / Beer, dumplings, coffee / How much is bread in the Czech Republic?

Accommodation prices in the Czech Republic

Accommodation prices in the Czech Republic vary, not only due to the specific date of arrival (in summer is the most expensive), but also to their specific location. In the most expensive Czech city – Prague, the closer to the center, the higher the cost of accommodation. On the other hand, in the outskirts or in much less touristic places, accommodation prices will be lower.

A lot also depends on the standard of the facility itself, in which we are going to stay. In the Czech Republic, we have a full hotel offer to choose from, as well as hostels, apartments and rooms for rent in dormitories. Especially the latter option allows you to live in this country in a really inexpensive way.

On the other hand, the average accommodation prices in the Czech Republic are as follows:

  • a room in a dormitory costs 150-200 CZK
  • we will pay about 580 CZK for a night in a hostel
  • a night in a two-star hotel costs CZK 1120
  • an overnight stay in a three-star hotel sanctuary will cost 1,420 CZK
  • four-star hotel costs CZK 2,340 per night
  • a night in a five-star hotel facility costs at least CZK 3340

Prices for intercity transport and public transport in the Czech Republic

Transport prices in the Czech Republic, both between cities and the city transport itself, are not high. When it comes to getting around this country, we have a choice of railways and a bus network. Interestingly, sometimes it is train tickets that may turn out to be cheaper than bus transport. For example, for the Prague – Brno train route, we have to pay about 210 CZK, while from Prague to Ostrava, the train ticket will be 240 CZK. The same distance, but traveled by bus can cost us almost 420 CZK.

However, when it comes to the prices of public transport in the Czech Republic, it is almost always profitable to buy daily tickets. If, of course, we intend to drive a little more around the city.

Examples of public transport costs in the Czech Republic are as follows:

  • a half-hour ticket is 24 CZK
  • an hour and a half ticket costs 32 CZK
  • we will spend 110 CZK on a daily ticket
  • a three-day ticket will cost 310 CZK
Food prices in the Czech Republic / Dinners in restaurants / Pizza, beer, cigarettes
Food prices in the Czech Republic / Dinners in restaurants / Pizza, beer, cigarettes

How much is fuel in the Czech Republic?

Taxi and fuel prices in the Czech Republic

Taxi prices in the Czech Republic are not the cheapest. As for the fees for just entering the car, they range from 30 to 60 CZK. However, the tariff for each kilometer traveled ranges from 22 to 35 CZK. In turn, an hour of a taxi ride in this country will cost us from 240 to 360 CZK.

For example, a trip from the airport to the center of Prague will cost 900 CZK.

When it comes to fuel prices in the Czech Republic, it all depends on the specific location and the selected concert at which we want to refuel. Average fuel prices in the Czech Republic are as follows:

  • 95 CZK 32-34 gasoline per liter
  • petrol 98 CZK 35-38 per liter
  • diesel 31-34 CZK per liter
  • LPG 13 CZK per liter

Food prices in stores in the Czech Republic

The lowest prices can be expected in chain stores and discounters. In the Czech Republic, they include Penny Market and Lidl, as well as the slightly more expensive Tesco, Bila, Globus and Albert. There are also many small shops whose assortment is narrow and the prices are a little higher. Of the smaller ones, shopping at Top Markt can also be recommended.

See how much bread costs in the Czech Republic.

Average prices of basic groceries in shops in the Czech Republic:

  • bread roll 3 CZK
  • plain bread 24 CZK
  • toasted bread CZK 23
  • sweet bun 12 CZK
  • croissant with chocolate 12 CZK
  • butter 200g 35 CZK
  • milk 20 CZK per liter
  • small fruit yoghurt CZK 9
  • sandwich cheese 25 CZK for 100gr
  • blue cheese 28 CZK for 100gr
  • cheese 40 CZK for 200gr
  • eggs 40 CZK for 12 pcs
  • corn flakes 40 CZK for 500gr
  • sliced ​​ham 25 CZK for 100gr
  • sausage 29 CZK for 100gr
  • salami 35 CZK for 100gr
  • sausages CZK 45 for 250gr
  • minced meat CZK 90 per kilogram
  • chicken fillet 150 CZK per kilogram
  • beef CZK 245 per kilogram
  • rice CZK 40 per kilogram
  • noodles CZK 22 for 500gr
  • oil CZK 50 per liter
  • tea CZK 40 for 25 teabags
  • instant coffee 140 CZK for 200gr
  • chocolate CZK 26 for 100gr
  • pastries CZK 24
  • chips CZK 38 for 150gr
  • canned peanuts 30 CZK
  • chocolate dragees 14 CZK for 38gr
  • wafers CZK 22
Prices in restaurants in the Czech Republic / Dinner in a restaurant, beer, pizza, dinner for the whole family, dumplings
Prices in restaurants in the Czech Republic / Dinner in a restaurant, beer, pizza, dinner for the whole family, dumplings

Average prices of fruit and vegetables in shops in the Czech Republic:

  • grapes CZK 70 per kilo
  • apples CZK 32 per kilo
  • bananas CZK 31 per kilo
  • nectarines CZK 38 per kilo
  • pears CZK 38 per kilogram
  • tangerines CZK 50 per kilo
  • oranges CZK 35 per kilo
  • kiwi 40 CZK per kilo
  • pineapple CZK 40 apiece
  • peppers CZK 50 per kilogram
  • mushrooms 24 CZK for 400gr
  • potatoes CZK 20 per kilo
  • cucumbers CZK 26 per kilo
  • onions CZK 19 per kilo
  • tomatoes CZK 47 per kilo
  • lettuce CZK 23 apiece
  • radishes CZK 8 per bunch
  • zucchini CZK 23 per kilo
  • eggplants CZK 35 per kilogram

Average prices of drinks, alcohol and cigarettes in shops in the Czech Republic:

  • mineral water CZK 14 for 1.5 liters
  • local cola 15 CZK for 1.5 liters
  • energy drink 35 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • fruit juice CZK 30 per liter
  • ice-tea 35 CZK for 1.5 liters
  • local beer 17 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • imported beer 30 CZK for 0.33 liters
  • wine 120 CZK
  • whiskey 200 CZK for 0.7 liters
  • vodka CZK 100 for 0.5 liters
  • Jägermeister CZK 399.00 for 0.7 liters
  • cigarettes CZK 105 for a good packet

See also current prices in Prague.

Meal prices in restaurants in the Czech Republic

Food prices in restaurants in the Czech Republic depend on whether we are talking about Prague pubs or eateries located in small towns. You can eat tasty everywhere, but the costs will vary depending on the specific seat.

On average, for a meal in a cheap restaurant here you have to pay from 100 to 220 CZK. For this purpose, for example, you can go to beer halls or taverns popular in the Czech Republic, but preferably located away from the center. On the other hand, a three-course meal in a slightly better pub will cost us around 300 CZK in this country.

If we want to try typical Czech delicacies, we have to take into account the cost of 150 to 250 CZK. On the other hand, if we prefer so-called international cuisine, then we have to prepare an average of 350 CZK. On the other hand, the cheapest option is obviously not particularly healthy fast food.

Food prices in the Czech Republic
Food prices in the Czech Republic

Average fast food prices in the Czech Republic:

  • fries CZK 35
  • cheeseburger (with optional chilli) CZK 42
  • tortilla with chicken and cheese 90 CZK
  • cup soda 30 CZK
  • fast food set 120-170 CZK
  • párky v rohlíku (Czech version of the hot dog) 20-25 CZK
  • sandwich from 14 CZK

Average meal prices in restaurants in the Czech Republic:

  • soup CZK 35
  • a serving of potato pancakes 45 CZK
  • sausages in beer 75 CZK
  • fried cheese and chips CZK 100
  • grilled vegetables with cheese 120 CZK
  • Potato gratin with spinach 128 CZK
  • goulash with dumplings CZK 130
  • cutlet, salad + dumplings 150 CZK
  • hamburger with fries 165 CZK
  • pizza 150 CZK
  • pasta with sauce CZK 155
  • roast duck 175 CZK
  • Roasted ribs 180 CZK
  • goulash with dumplings 220 CZK
  • baked fish with vegetables 235 CZK
  • Viennese schnitzel + supplements 250 CZK

See also how to spend a great weekend in Prague.

Average prices in cafes and bars in the Czech Republic:

  • trdelnik 50 CZK
  • honey dessert 40 CZK
  • pancakes with jam and cream CZK 55
  • a piece of cheesecake 70 CZK
  • ice cream with fruit and whipped cream CZK 80
  • Trdelnik with fruit and whipped cream 130 CZK
  • espresso coffee 34 CZK
  • cappuccino coffee 50 CZK
  • tea 60 CZK
  • latte coffee 65 CZK
  • water CZK 23 for 0.33 liters
  • cola CZK 30 for 0.33 liters
  • carbonated drink CZK 35 for 0.33 liters
  • hot chocolate 65 CZK
  • mulled wine at the fair 45 CZK
  • hot cider 50 CZK
  • plum liquer CZK 36 per glass
  • regional beer 35 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • imported beer 40 CZK for 0.33 liters
  • whiskey from 40 CZK
  • wine from 45-50 CZK per glass
  • real absinthe from CZK 100 per glass

Prices for attractions in the Czech Republic

The prices of attractions for tourists in the Czech Republic are at a moderate level. So they are not likely to scare away potential visitors.

  • Hradčany Castle in Prague from 70 CZK
  • The Powder Tower in Prague CZK 90
  • Petrin Tower in Prague 150 CZK
  • Franz Kafka Museum in Prague CZK 200
  • Alfons Mucha Museum in Prague 240 CZK
  • The Skull Chapel in Kutna Hora 90 CK
  • Castle in Lednice from 150 CZK
  • Střekov Castle 85 CZK
  • Nelahozeves Castle from 110 CZK
  • Castle in Roudnice nad Labem 70 CZK
  • Frydlant Castle from 130 CZK
  • Rock town from 100 CZK
  • Prachovsk rocks CZK 90

See also monuments and tourist attractions in Prague.

Prices of souvenirs and things that are worth bringing from the Czech Republic

  • absinthe from 300 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • Becherovka 280 CZK for 0.7 liters
  • Slivovitz 200 – 400 CZK per liter
  • Moravian wine CZK 150 per bottle
  • Kozel beer CZK 14 for 0.5 liters
  • Lobkowicz beer 22 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • Zaty Bazant beer 16 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • Radegast beer 17 CZK for 0.5 liters
  • Kofola (Czech herbal cola) CZK 15 for 1.5 liters
  • Hermelin cheese 32 CZK for 100gr
  • Gran Moravia cheese 60 CZK for 100gr
  • Studentska chocolate 63.90 CZK for 180gr
  • Orion chocolate 20 – 30 CZK for 100gr
  • Colonades (flavored wafers) 40 CZK
  • Czech chips CZK 13
  • Lentilky 12 – 16 CZK for 38gr
  • Bon Pari candies 15 – 20 CZK for 90gr
  • Pickwick tea CZK 35 per packet
  • Fidorka (chocolate-covered wafer) CZK 9
  • Margot bar 15 CZK

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