Prague in spring is a delightful experience. With blossoming flowers, milder temperatures, and cultural events, it's just the time of the year (spanning from March to May) to be in the city. Here are some exciting things to do in Prague during springtime.
Take a spring hike
Prague is a haven for hikers. The city offers scenic trails and parks that are ideal for a pleasant hiking experience. Divoka Sarka, a nature reserve on the outskirts of Prague is an ideal spot for hiking. Among other popular spots are Petrin Hill, Vysehrad, Prokopske udoli, and Riegrovy Sady. The hiking experience in the mesmerising spring weather is one experience worth adding to your bucket list.
Enjoy the Spring food scene
Prague has an exciting food scene, which comes alive during spring. Foodies will love the local dishes and culinary delights that incorporate seasonal ingredients. Spring is the season for fresh asparagus, and guests can look out for asparagus soups, salads, or as a side dish accompanying meat or fish.
With the arrival of spring, fresh herbs become abundant - try out dishes that incorporate herbs like parsley, dill, chives, and mint. There's so much more to try, like lamb, dishes featuring fresh vegetables, and delectable desserts like strawberries and rhubarb. Don't forget to enjoy a fresh Czech beer in the spring!
Soak in the cultural scene
Prague is steeped in culture and history. During spring, guests can enjoy classical musical festivals, jazz events and performances by national and international artists and look out for the Spring markets and festivals. With plenty of outdoor events and performances - it's ideal to soak in the cultural scene and spring atmosphere.
Rejuvenate mind and body
It's so vital to relax and recharge during your much-needed spring break. Prague offers splendid spas to pamper your body and mind. There are also plenty of options to sit at a cosy cafe and relax over coffee with a dessert, such as trdelník or honey cake. Yet another must-try option is to do some mindful sightseeing