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Students, international students, interns, backpackers, roomates and digital nomads can book cheap dorms and safe private rooms in downtown Prague, close to boarding schools, high schools, colleges, halls of residence and universities, close to buses or train stations, airports or major attractions in Prague.

Fully Furnished
Fully Furnished
All Bills included
All Bills included
WIFI
WIFI
Free Breakfast
Free Breakfast
Free Cancelation
Free Cancelation
WIFI
WIFI

Reviews for Backpackers

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orlando
excelente, servicio, ubicacion
9.1
excelente, volveria y lo recomiendo
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Edin
Hostel more than good for the price.
9.1
Superb hostel and cool staff
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DELPHINE
Welcoming receptionists, large and clean rooms. The +: the location and the hot water in the showers
9.1
Great atmosphere, clean and comfortable
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Lea
The manager of the hostel is very kind, takes the time in case of problems. Dormitory of 8 very comfortable, includes a kitchen area appreciable. The rooms are clean, the sheets are washed. Located in the center, this hostel is very nice.
9.6
Nice place!
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Welcome to Prague

A favourite for decades among both backpackers and students alike, Prague is remains one of the best cities to visit on a budget. Food, beer and wine are all very cheap. With a wide range of affordable student accommodation as well as cheap hostels on offer, you’re more or less guaranteed a budget-friendly stay in Prague, whether it's for studying or just on holiday. If you stay in Prague, you’ll likely do plenty of walking around the castles, historic buildings, art galleries and shops in ‘Stare Mesto’ (the Old Town). If you’re heading to a downtown hostel or student accommodation in ‘Nove Mesto’ (the New Town), be sure to pack some going out clothes, because Prague loves to party!

John Lennon Wall

Locayted inVelkopřevorské Square, the John Lennon wall is full of John Lennon-inspired graffiti andlyrics from Beatles' songs, as well as art related to local and global events. Beatles fans should not miss this!
John Lennon Wall
John Lennon Wall

Kinsky Garden

You can spend a very happy afternoon wandering this landscaped park in the shadow of Petrin Hill. It isn’t just trees and lawns – follow the zig-zagging paths to discover wooden churches, hidden pools, statues and waterfalls. The Kinsky Summer Palace in the south of the park contains the Czech National Museum.
Kinsky Park
Kinsky Park

Vltava River Walk

Prague is a river city, and many hostels and student accommodations are within striking distance of the beautiful Vlatava. Take a stroll through the city centre along the riverbanks, and enjoy great views of the Old and New Towns, the Lesser Town and Prague Castle – not to mention those elegant bridges.
Vlatava river walk
Vlatava river walk

Charles Bridge

The 600-year-old Charles Bridge connects the Old Town and the Lesser Town over the River Vltava and is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Don't forget your camera!
Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge

Church of Our Lady before Tyn

With its 260-ft-high Gothic towers, one of the best-known attractions in Prague is the Church of Our Lady before Tyn, in the Old Town Square. The Tyn Church towers allegedly were the inspiration for the castle in Sleeping Beauty, although this has not been confirmed as fact. What is confirmed is that the organ at Tyn Church is the oldest organ in Prague! The church hosts regularRoman Catholic church services, and also has been known to host opera concerts.
Church of Our Lady before Tyn
Church of Our Lady before Tyn

Prague Castle

Prague Castle is an iconic castle complex in Prague, Czech Republic. Built in the 9th century, it is the official office of the President of the Czech Republic. It is locatedwithin the historic centre of Prague, which is a UNESCOWorld Heritage Site.
Prague Castle
Prague Castle

Dancing House

The "Dancing House," also known as "Fred and Ginger," is a name given to the a building on the riverfront that appears to sway, or "dance," hence the name. The building is said to resemble a woman and man dancing, therefore being nicknamed "Fred and Ginger," after Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. This unique piece of architecture is a must-see on your stay in Prague.
Dancing House
Dancing House

Old-New Synagogue

The Old-New Synagogue is the oldest active synagogue in Europe, situated in Josefov, the Jewish Quarter. Apart from three years when it was under Nazi occupation, the synagogue has held services since 1270. TheThe Old-New Synagogue was one of Prague's first gothic buildings.
Old-New Synagogue
Old-New Synagogue

Old Town and New Town

Prague 1 is where most of the tourist attractions, including landmarks, bars and restaurants are – a hotspot for backpackers and luxury travellers alike. The Old Town and New Town areas are particularly touristy and generally more expensive than other areas. The New Town is livelier, and includes both Wenceslas Square and Republic Square.
Old Town and New Town
Old Town and New Town

Lesser Town and Prague Castle

The Lesser Town and Prague Castle areas are the more historical and quieter districts of Prague 1, with fewer bars (but still plenty of hostels and places to stay). On the other end of Charles Bridge from Old Town Square lies the Malá Strana or Lesser Town district, with Baroque architecture such as St. Nicholas Church and Wallenstein Palace dominate.
Lesser Town and Prague Castle
Lesser Town and Prague Castle

Zizkov

Zizkov in Prague 3 is popular among both students and backpackers looking. If you are looking for a cheap meal or a budget night out, Zizkov is where you should head. The areas close to the Old Town have some trendy pubs and restaurants. That’s luckily where many of Zizkov’s hostels and student accommodations are located as well.
Zizkov
Zizkov

Czech Beer Festival

Although Czech beer has been popular for ages, it’s only since 2007 that the people have had a festival to celebrate the good stuff. Fill your boots on over 70 different beers over a fortnight in May, with live bands and other entertainment thrown in. For obvious reasons, there was not a festival in 2020 or 2021, but it may return in the future. The festival costs CZK100.
Czech Beer Festival (May)
Czech Beer Festival (May)

Christmas markets (November – January)

Between November and January, the Christmas Market season kicks in. Ice-skating underneath the huge Christmas tree at the Old Town Square as carol singers serenade you is a Christmas experience you won't want to miss!
Christmas markets (November – January)
Christmas markets (November – January)

St Nicholas’ Eve (December)

Santa makes a pre-Christmas visit to the Old Town Square and the surrounding streets in December for St Nicholas’ Eve, the night before St Nicholas’ Day, which is also known as 'Little Christmas'. Find him handing out sweets and having a beer or two in the bars, accompanied by an angel (who hands out treats) or a devil (who hands out coal).

Prague Marathon

Here’s one for sporty backpackers – or anyone looking for a street party. Prague International Marathon takes place in May, attracting 3,000 people in a competitive race and 25,000 in the City Run or Family Run event. The race begins and ends in the Old Town Square, and then the fun gets going, with live bands and street artists.
Prague Marathon (May)
Prague Marathon (May)

Witches’ Night (April)

Paleni Cardojenic (Witches' Night), takes place in April. Think Halloween, Czech style. Bonfires with effigies are burned on Petrin Hill to ward off evil.

Transmission

With a massive light show, a blasting Funktion One sound-system, and a storyline that threads its acts together, Transmission is one of the biggest dance festivals of the year.Check out the website for updated event and time info.

Prague Spring International Music Festival

The Prague Spring International Music Festival brings classical artists, orchestras, opera, theatre shows and other events to the city. It takes place at Prague National Theatre and other venues throughout the city. Check the website for updated dates and times.

U Buldoka

U Buldoka is a music café-bar that has a good choice of delicious and cheap Czech and international lunch menus. Great for backpackers and student who want to try some local grub.

CrossCafe

CrossCafe is a Czech coffee house chain with outlets around the city, service tasty and inexpensive drinks and food. CrossCafe Florenc, is in the central bus station at Křižíkova 6, Praha.
CrossCafe
CrossCafe

Pho Vietnam Tuan & Lan

Pho Vietnam Tuan & Lan is one of the most popular Vietnamese options in Prague for quick, fresh food on a budget. Check out their linked Facebook page for their updated hours and menu.

Mr Banh Mi

Surprisingly, Prague has a largeVietnamese food scene. Mr Banh Mi serves classic Vietnamese sandwiches in fresh baguettes – and at around 70 czk a go, the prices are astonishingly cheap!

Farmářské trhy na Kulaťáku

Try tasty Czech dishes, cheese, bread and veggies at the farmer’s market at Vítězné náměstí (Victory Square). This farmer's market is a good way to get meal ingredients on a budget. Check out the website for the updated farmer's market times.
Vítězné náměstí farmers’ market
Vítězné náměstí farmers’ market

Palac Akropolis

Located in a historic theater, Palac Akropolis attracts big bands and holds dance nights with some of Prague’s best underground DJs. There are many different musical acts and events going on all the time, so check out the website for the latest.
Palac Akropolis
Palac Akropolis

Lucerna Music Bar

Lucerna Music Bar, just behind Wenceslas Square, is one of the city’s bigger venues.Lucerna Music Bar has many events going on all the time, and is popular among locals, students, and backpackers alike. Check out their website for updated events.
Lucerna Music Bar
Lucerna Music Bar

Jiřák farmers’ market

In addition to the one on Victory Square, Prague has a regular farmers’ market known as Jiřák at Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad. It's one of the city's most popular farmer's markets!

Bric a Brac

This famous antiquesshop is piled high with vintage and second-hand goods, from mugs and glassware to jewellery and clothing. If you love antiques shopping, you can't miss a stroll throughBric a Brac!
Bric a Brac
Bric a Brac

Free Entry at Museums

If you will be in Prague at the start of a month you’re in luck – many attractions will be offering free days. The National Museum is free on the first Monday of the month; the Czech Museum of Musicon the first Thursday of the month; the National Technical Museumfree entry on first Friday of the month. Lobkowicz Palacehas free entry on the first Wednesday of the month from 4pm-6pm.

Pick Up a 24-hour Travel Pass

If you’re going to be travelling a lot, buying a 24 hour travel pass is a good idea becuase it can work out to be more economical than buying singles. This is because an adult pass costs 110 CZK for a day, and 310 CZK for three days. And if you do buy singles, remember they’re cheaper at the yellow machines than they are from a bus driver.

Airports To get to your dorm from Prague Airport, take an Airport Express bus to the Main Train Station (Praha hlavní nádraží, often abbreviated to Praha hl.n), where there’s access to line C of the metro. Buy a ticket at the Public Transport Information booth at the airport or directly from the bus driver. For large pieces of luggage, a ticket is required. For night-time arrivals, take the night bus 510 to Divoká Šárka, then change to night tram 51 to the centre. By train SuperCity (Pendolino), EuroCity and InterCity trains come into the Main Train Station. It’s centrally located, just to the east of the Old Town and New Town districts within Prague 1. The station also has services to most large Czech cities, a connection to line C or the Prague metro, and several tram connections. By bus Praha Florenc Bus Station is the main terminal for international and national coach arrivals, situated just north of the main train station. There is a metro (line C) and tram stop at the station. You can buy a single-trip ticket to use with 90 minutes of validation from bus drivers, but it is cheaper to purchase a 30-minute or a 90-minute ticket from yellow ticket vending machines, news stands or tourist information centres. These can be used on any type of public transport for up to 30 or 90 minutes from validation. Language: The official language is Czech, although English is widely understood. Currency: Czech Koruna (Crown) (czk) Voltage: 230v. Electrical sockets take standard European two-pin plugs. Time zone: Central European Time (CET) Dialing codes: +420 for Czech Republic, 2 for Prague Post Office: Central Prague Post Office is at: 110 00 Praha 1- Nové Město (just off Wenceslas Square), Prague 1. Tel: +420 840 111 244 Hospital: Most pharmacies - Lekarny in Czech - are in the New Town, such as: Dr. Max Lekarna, Vodickova 40, New Town, Prague 1, Czech RepublicPrague 1. Tel:+420 224 235 847 A 24-hour doctor service is available at Centre Prague International,Vodickova 28, Prague 13rd Schodiste, 2nd patio. Tel:+420 – 603 433 833+420 – 603 481 361 They are on call 24 hours. Tourist Information: Staroměstské nám. 1, Staroměstské nám. 1/4, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město, CzechiaTel:+420 221 714 714 Opening hours Shops are generally open from 9am until about 8pm or later. Bars close between 10pm and midnight, although some are open later. Emergency numbers: Dial 112 for general emergencies, and 158 to reach the police.