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Best Time to Visit Prague

Prague Castle at dusk / Martin Hlauka (Pescan)
Before advancing on a trip to Prague, understanding Prague weather and best seasons is inevitable as to determine which is the best time to visit the city. While some tourists prefer enjoying the white blush of snow, others like to bury themselves in the autumn maple leaves.
Weather in Spring:

Book one of the top hotels in Prague if you are planning to visit Prague during the months of April & May, because this is the best time of the season to explore the Czech capital. The place is not crowdy as yet and tourists wouldn't be elbowing you for a vantage view of the Charles Bridge. Fall in love with blossoming lilacs and chestnut trees as the Stromovka park gathers up runners practicing for the Prague International Marathon.

Weather in Summer:

Those who love the shine of sunrays tanning their skin would like to visit Prague in the summers (June & July) but it is also the tourist season when people crowd the city grabbing every inch of space. This is the time when attractions remain open for the longest time and you don't have to worry about freezing temperatures. Days are longer and nights shorter, but still, it is advisable that tourists bring along a sweater or two to keep themselves warm. Most of the festivals and events are held during this period including United Islands of Prague and the Tanec Praha dance performances.

Weather in Autumn:

The city is blessed with golden tones as the fairy-tale town offers amazing views from Charles Bridge and Vltava River. Until mid-October, the temperatures are sombre and tolerable as winters reach the doorstep only in mid-November.  The days do start becoming cloudy, gray and shorter yet it also the time to revel in symphony, ballads, and operas.

Weather in Winter:

One of the cruelest months is from November to March when Prague is covered in white as temperatures reach a miserable -15° C on occasions. But this is Christmas time, the nation's birthday on Oct 28 and anniversary of the Velvet Revolution on Nov 17. It is a time of enticement for New Year celebrations, fireworks display, and festive supper. The cold weather gets covered in a warm blanket of enjoyment as Prague rejoices in festive celebrations.

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