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Its pop­u­lar­ity over the last decade has caused prices to rise some­what, but Prague is still one of those amaz­ingly af­ford­able des­ti­na­tion in the world where you can still get you fill of me­dieval beauty - amongst other. The daily cost of “af­ford­able” lodg­ing, food, drinks, and ac­tiv­i­ties might have gone up to around $41 per day with ho­tel prices av­er­ag­ing at about $107 per night in Prague, but the na­tion i s still toast­ing the ap­peal­ingly low cost of beer, which in Prague averages at RM4,50 per pint. Ac­tu­ally, this i s be­ing cel­e­brated so much that in the Czech Re­pub­lic there i s more beer be­ing drunk per capita than any­where else i n the world to­day - ac­cord­ing to stats they con­sume on av­er­age 43 gal­lons ( 160 liters) per per­son, per year. That makes it a bit of a party town.

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