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Information about Prague

The beautiful capital of the Czech Republic combines history, culture, and a vibrant student life perfectly. Prague’s old city and new city are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which speaks volumes about its charm! Each year, thousands of young people choose to study or go on Erasmus in Prague, drawn by its great universities and captivating atmosphere.

Available accommodationTotalAverage price
Private room Prague507€740
Residence Prague13€692
Studio Prague20€985
Entire place Prague1174€1872
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Are you wondering how to find student accommodation in Prague? Start your search early because it is a popular choice among students, leading to high demand.

Most accommodations are located in the centre or surrounding neighbourhoods. Generally, the further you go from the centre, the cheaper the price, but consider the cost and time of transport to see if it’s worth it. With Erasmus Play, you can easily compare all available options.

Student apartments for rent in Prague

Renting an apartment in Prague is a popular choice for students, whether you prefer living alone or sharing. If the apartment has multiple rooms, it’s a good idea to find roommates to split the rent and make it more affordable.

On Erasmus Play, you’ll find many options from different companies and platforms. You can filter by features and prices to match your preferences. You can also choose the number of rooms if you’re planning on renting an apartment to share with friends.

Student rooms for rent in Prague

Sharing a flat is a cheaper and more fun alternative since you get to live with roommates from various nationalities. Use the Erasmus Play housing search engine to explore the different accommodations. You’ll see detailed room listings with images of both your room and the entire apartment, along with the location and more information.

Some places offer shared or private bathrooms, common living areas, separate kitchens, balconies, or terraces. Filter by the features that matter the most to you and find the perfect room in the ideal flat!

Student accommodation in Prague

Prague is divided into 22 districts, but we recommend choosing accommodation between districts 1 and 6 to avoid long transport times. Don't worry, Erasmus Play helps you find the best option by allowing you to compare various accommodations and choose the one that fits your needs.

Apartments in Stare Mesto or the historical centre of Prague

In this area of ​​the Czech capital, it’s common for students to rent apartments and split the total monthly cost among roommates. Rental prices are high in the centre, but sharing the cost makes it more affordable. This neighbourhood is full of charm and attracts thousands of students each year.

Apartments for rent in Nové Město

Nové Město means “new city” in Czech, so you’ll find more modern buildings here compared to the old town. A furnished studio for one person starts at €650 per month, but if you rent an apartment with multiple rooms, you can share it with friends and split the rent.

Rooms for Rent in Holešovice

District 7, Holešovice, is located across the Vltava River. Rooms in shared flats here are usually cheaper than in more central areas, and the district is well connected n with the historic centre.

Erasmus accommodation near the universities

The Czech capital has many universities spread across different parts of the city. Check the location of your university on the map and find the best location for your Erasmus accommodation. Here are some well-known universities in Prague:

Charles University of Prague

It’s one of the oldest universities in the world, founded in 1348, and has 17 faculties. Your location will depend on which faculty you’re in, but the main campus is conveniently located in the historic centre, close to the famous central square.

Check out this other article to find out more about housing close to the Charles University, and through this link you'll access data about its faculties and institutes.

Czech Technical University of Prague

Located in the 6th district near the Bubenec, many students choose Holešovice for its affordable accommodations.

If you want to know more about accommodation near the University, click here. Also, here's information about its faculties and institutes.

University residences in Prague

Many universities in Prague offer on-campus residences for students. This option can help you save on transport costs and is often more affordable.

Most university residences have shared rooms, so think about whether you prefer the privacy of a private room or apartment. In most residences, you’ll need to buy your own cutlery and towels. However, they typically offer shared bathrooms and kitchens, as well as laundry facilities.

Frequently Asked Questions about Prague

Looking for a room in a shared apartment in Prague?
Opting for a shared apartment is one of the best alternatives for your Erasmus experience in the capital. It’s usually cheaper than renting an entire apartment, and you get to share the experience with your roommates. It’s also common in Prague to share a room with another person, which can help reduce costs even further.
What are the best neighbourhoods to stay in Prague?
The best neighbourhoods to look for student accommodation depend on the location of your university. Popular areas include the historic centre, Nove Mesto, and Holešovice, all chosen frequently by students like you.
How to find a cheap apartment in Prague?
Start your search early and follow these steps to find the best accommodation for you:
1. Access the Erasmus Play search engine.
2. Set your minimum and maximum monthly budget and your move-in and move-out dates.
3. Compare prices and features of different flats.
4. Reserve your chosen accommodation 100% online and securely before someone else does.
How much does it cost to live in Prague as a student?
Renting a room in a shared flat usually costs around €316 per month, and your total monthly expenses will generally be between €800 and €850.
Take advantage of student discounts on food and transport to save even more!
Why go on Erasmus to Prague?
Prague is an incredible city where history oozes from every corner, from the Astronomical Clock to Kafka's house, the castle, and the Powder Tower. Plus, the student atmosphere here is vibrant, and you can’t miss out on its delicious beer!

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