How much does beer cost in Prague?

The average price of beer in Prague is about 35 CSK (Czech Crowns) for a pint (500 ml or 0.5 liter). This equates to roughly $1.50 US Dollars or €1.30 Euros. The cost of beer in Prague will very depending on the type of beer and location.

How much does beer cost in Czech Republic?

The average price of a large Czech beer (0.5l) in the pubs in Prague is 40 CZK (£1.38/€1.6/$1.9) (aside from in the tourist traps on the main squares). Elsewhere in the Czech Republic the price of a beer falls to around 25 CZK (£0.86/€1/$1.19).

Why is beer cheap in Prague?

Firstly many grocery products are cheap as well as services which makes beer affordable even in restaurants. Most importantly there is long historical tradition in drinking beer. It is common to drink it with lunch, it is usual to visit the pub for a chat with friends and drink 1,2 or 10 beers there.

Is Prague cheap or expensive?

While Prague is more expensive than other Czech cities at an average cost of €50 to €80 per person per day, it is certainly more affordable than other Western European cities if you’re travelling on a mid-range budget.

How much money do I need in Prague for 4 days?

An average tourist will spend around 2500 CZK (100 EUR) per person per day. The lowest daily budget can be as low as 900 CZK if you stay at hostels, eat takeaways and use public transport. If you stay in private accommodation, eat at average restaurants but control your budget, you can get by on 2500 CZK a day.

How much does it cost to buy jeans in Prague?

Neither will a pair of pants or a souvenir ‘czech me out’ t-shirt. A rough estimate is a 10% price increase for these kinds of products. In other words, if you are going on a world tour and you want to buy an iPhone and designer jeans wait until you reach Singapore.

What’s the cheapest thing to drink in Prague?

Beer, on the other hand, is probably cheaper than anywhere else in the world. For Czechs beer is considered a meal compliment and not an alcoholic drink – so it is taxed less than in other countries. Classic Czech meals in restaurants for locals cost less than for equally filling meals in other western countries.

How much does it cost to get a Shaver in Prague?

But don’t worry if you forget your shaver at home, it will not cost you much more in Prague. Neither will a pair of pants or a souvenir ‘czech me out’ t-shirt. A rough estimate is a 10% price increase for these kinds of products.

How much does a Big Mac cost in Prague?

EMERGENCY ANSWER: If you are reading this on your mobile device because you are buying something in Prague and need to figure out whether you are being ripped off – use this as an comparison: a Big Mac, medium fries and coke costs around 150 CZK. So if you are buying a toothbrush from a street vendor for 2500 CZK you are being ripped off.