How much a week in Central Europe costs
3 nights in Munich/ 4晚布拉格
NOTE: As I’m an American, I’m going to list all of the prices here in USD. These were converted from Euros and Czech Kroner.
Munich, Germany: $1080 for three nights at the Hotel Torbräu
我发现图芭拉乌酒店through TripAdvisor and I have to say it was one of my favorite hotel stays all year. It was a somewhat high cost for just three nights and yet we were able to check in right away, the room was spacious and quiet, and breakfast was included. The best part was undoubtedly its prime location. For my complete review click这里。
Prague, Czech Republic: $512 at the Prague Marriott
Since I booked two of our nights at the Prague Marriott using rewards points, I didn’t mind spending as much in Germany for my accommodations. I had all of the comfort and conveniences of a chain hotel I’m quite familiar with, plus its location was less than 10 minute walk from老城广场。这也包括了汽车，我们责令退货前往布拉格机场（他们是收费权的房间）。
I had booked the transfers online through Expedia to take advantage of the fact I’d be charged in USD, not Euros. The booking page said they would be shared transfers. Well, we ended up with private transfers and in a Porsche no less. Yes, that’s probably the only time I’ll ever ride in a Porsche. The whole ride in from the airport I kept thinking this must be a mistake and yet I know I’m probably the only Julie Tulba on the planet.
机票和酒店之外，这可能是我最大的等挥霍。但是我要告诉你，会直接从A点到B点（第一家酒店第二家酒店）是惊人的。我下令带上我们就在我们在慕尼黑的酒店，然后车子就在我们在布拉格酒店降到我们送行。无交易行李，上车，乘坐出租车，并从酒店和火车站 - 它是无缝的权利车厢找到一个座位。d我做了一吨的车程，这是伟大的过程中读取。我在里克施特费斯布拉格导游迈克的司机服务预订每一个建议。
我旅行，不管了，我总是订购外币现钞拿我。我知道有很多人劝刚开$ 100或更少，但我选择多个（在我所有的旅行到20多个国家，我从来没有偷任何东西）。I ordered both Euros and Czech Kroner since even though more and more countries are going the card route, you’re still always going to have the tiny attraction that just has a cash drawer, or the street food seller who obviously doesn’t use the Square app. We’re still a cash society, period. I order my currency through Travelex-fyi.
My one critique of Mike’s Chauffeur Service was that the day before we were to go, I got an email saying I would need to use cash to pay (previously I had been told cards would be accepted). Since we would obviously need more cash, we went to the ATM in Munich. And we actually ended up going again in Prague because especially in Czech Republic, more places still take cash than cards.
A lunch and dinner in Munich, tips for tour guides in both Germany and Czech Republic, smaller purchases in both countries (St. Peter’s Church inMunich，共产主义，布拉格城堡，圣尼古拉斯教堂博物馆，one-way ride on a Prague tram, street food in Prague, and small souvenirs), and our tour to泰雷津（他们只接受现金，我会下面详细）。
Hitler’s Third Reich Walking Tour in Munich: $32 for two people
I also booked this through Expedia for the pricing in dollars and I can’t recommend this tour enough. Our guide was so informative and the topic, fascinating. For my complete write up, click这里。
I mostly paid for attractions we visited in cash, but these were the ones I didn’t.
2张门票布拉格犹太博物馆：$ 30(FYI: your ticket is valid for 7 days starting from your first day of use)
Yes, I’m one of “those” travelers. But you know what? I have a house and I like surrounding myself with all of the可爱的东西I bought on my travels whether they are books, Christmas ornaments, artwork, magnets, or sit-arounds. Being the foodie that I am, I also try to buy non-perishable food products too.
(These were items I bought not using cash)
Grand total: $6864 USD