Gasoline Prices Rise While Diesel Prices Fall in Czech Republic

Gasoline prices increased while diesel prices decreased in the Czech Republic over the past week. The current average price for a liter of Natural 95 gasoline at fuel stations is 37.63 CZK, 36 haulers more expensive than last week. In contrast, the diesel price decreased by 36 haulers, with the current average price at 34.44 CZK per liter. CCS, the company responsible for monitoring fuel prices, reported these figures.

Compared to last year, gasoline is now 5.21 CZK cheaper per liter, while diesel was almost 11 CZK more expensive per liter. This difference in prices can be attributed to the concerns about the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which significantly affected fuel prices in the spring of last year.

The cheapest gasoline can be found in the Ústí nad Labem Region, where the average price is 37.21 CZK per liter. On the other hand, diesel is the cheapest in the South Bohemian Region, selling for an average of 33.58 CZK per liter. In Prague, gasoline is the most expensive, with an average price of 38.68 CZK per liter, while diesel is sold for 36.80 CZK per liter.