Prague, Czechia

Prague, Czechia

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,305 vacation rentals near Prague. From 1,208 apartments to 60 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Prague for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Czech out everything Prague's got to offer

Ever since the famed author and Prague native Franz Kafka put this central European city on the map, Prague has undergone a number of metamorphoses, while still retaining the historic charm of its medieval Old Town. A bustling city and a rich cultural hub, Prague is known for its wealth of preserved buildings, museums, and theaters. You'll find plenty to do no matter what time of year you visit, and your Prague vacation rental will put you close to local landmarks like the Prague Castle, Saint Vitus Cathedral, and the historic Old Square.

Prague—more culture than you can shake a stick at

Prague is a paradise for culture hounds, and there are plenty of theater shows, concerts, and other live performances all over the city most nights of the week. The city is home to a number of art museums and landmarks, too, and hosts a number of art, food, and culture festivals throughout the year. Outdoorsy types can find a wealth of green spaces in the city's many public parks, and there's a good number of walking and biking trails along the banks of the Vltava River.

Bone up on your medieval history in Prague

For a unique—and uniquely spooky—take on local history, take a day trip to the Sedlec Ossuary. The hour's drive will seem plenty worth it once you arrive. This medieval site is also known as the "Bone Church," and it contains upwards of 40,000 human skeletons arranged as decorations for the underground chapel. Back in town, the iconic Saint Vitus Cathedral and the 9th-century Prague Castle are always worth a visit, too. At the Prague National Gallery, you can see art of all types, from Renaissance masterpieces to contemporary works by today's up-and-comers.

The Prague spring (and summer, and fall, and...)

Prague has a temperate climate that's somewhere between oceanic and humid continental, which means hot, relatively wet summers, and cold, dark winters with regular snowfall. Summer highs average around 75 degrees in July and August, while winter temperatures range from the mid 20s to the mid 30s between December and February. Prague is a popular destination all year round, but summer is generally the city's busiest season. Odds are good you'll be able to find lower rates on Prague vacation rentals during the colder—and less busy—winter months.

Prague—high times in Bohemian low country

Set on the banks of the Vltava River, Prague lies in the center of the Bohemian Basin, a low-lying region in the center of the Czech Republic. The area around your Prague vacation rental offers hilly countryside, and you can find a number of dense forests nearby, as well as ponds, rivers, and streams. There are a number of parks in the region with nature trails through wooded hillsides, and you can find plenty of walking paths along the banks of the Vltava River, too.