Refueling fuel, gas station – illustrative photo.
Prague – The average price of gasoline in the Czech Republic stagnated in the last week. Since the previous Wednesday, it has increased by two pennies to 37.66 crowns per liter. Diesel, on the other hand, became cheaper during the same period, by 27 halers to 36.60 crowns per liter. This is according to data from CCS, which tracks prices.
The most expensive fuels are filled by drivers in Prague. A liter of natural costs an average of 38.84 crowns in the capital. The same amount of diesel costs 38.51 crowns in the metropolis.
On the contrary, the cheapest fuels are in the south of Bohemia. The average price of gasoline in the South Bohemian Region is 37.26 kroner and diesel 35.77 kroner.
Fuel prices in the Czech Republic have steadily fallen since the end of October last year. In the first days of this year, prices rose, then began to fluctuate. In a year-on-year comparison, gasoline and diesel are now 24 halers more expensive per liter.
Average fuel prices in the Czech Republic as of February 22, 2023 (in CZK/l):
Source: C CS