Living Costs in the Czech Republic

4. 9. 2019 | Discover Czechia

Czech living costsThe Czech Republic is a member of the European Union (EU), but it does not use the EU euro as its currency. The Czech currency is the Czech crown (CZK), known as Koruna. Living costs in the Czech Republic are considered to be affordable – especially for a EU country with high standards of living. Thanks to cheap public transportation, healthcare and entertainment, the Czech Republic is among the most affordable European Union countries.

For students, the average cost of living in the Czech Republic ranges from 350 to 750 USD per month. This includes accommodation, public transport, meals and culture. However, the average expenses may differ accordingly to each city and everyone’s lifestyle.

List of the average prices in the Czech Republic:

Restaurant meal 160 CZK
Cafeteria lunch 70 CZK
Beer at a pub 40 CZK
Loaf of bread 20 CZK
1.5 l of mineral water 15 CZK
1 kg of apples 30 CZK
Private room in a shared student dormitory 4 000 CZK/month
Private room in a shared flat 7 000 CZK/month
Private flat 15 000 CZK/month
Cinema ticket 150 CZK
Museum admission 70 CZK
Fitness centre admission from 100 CZK
Bus ride 30 CZK

Czech cuisine - schnitzelAdditionally, students enjoy a great amount of discounts and benefits across the whole country if they hold a student card. One of the options for students coming to study in the Czech Republic is obtaining the International Student Identity Card (ISIC) which applies in and out of the country and gives its cardholders student discounts for restaurants, transportation, cinemas, exhibitions and galleries.

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