Our evaluation by month
The city of Prague can be visited all year round. It is fascinating during the Christmas period under a white blanket of snow, splendid during the awakening of spring, practical for shooting during summer and colored by the shades of autumn after summer.
Prague, Vltava River Prague, panorama of the city Prague, Troja Castle
Prague, the Old Town Prague, astronomical clock Prague, St. Vitus Cathedral
Prague, sunset Prague by night Prague, house of dance
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is built around the hills that characterize the territory on which it sits, is crossed by the meandering Vltava River
and its old historic center is part of the World Heritage Sites of Unesco.
Do not miss the panoramic view of Prague from one of its countless towers. There are more than a hundred of them and the view you can admire from there is incomparable to any other point of view of the city. Once you go down you should not miss the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter, the castle with its gardens, the Cathedral of St. Vitus, theCarlo Bridge in Gothic style and I colorful neighborhoods of the cityrich in the most varied artistic styles.
Characterized by a continental climate, Prague has long and severe winters, snow falls frequently as early as November and the last flakes can be seen even in March. During the winter, however, the whitewashed city has a charm of its own, especially during the Christmas vacations. Winter temperatures often remain below freezing, even during the day.
Summers are mild, a bit warmer in the months of July and August, when on certain days it can reach 30 ° C. However, the summer season has some rainier days than late spring and autumn.
The best time to visit Pragueis during the late spring season (May and June) or early autumn (September and early October), but, of course, summer is also great when temperatures are high and a few and a half days of rain do not spoil the vacation. .
For more details on precipitation and average temperaturessee the following data.
Prague is also famous for its numerous theaters and passion for music, dance and opera.
The most important event in the country is the Prague Spring Festival