Prague can be visited all year round, but what is known is that one of the nicest periods for tourist the target is between late spring and the beginning of the autumn. Those who choose the second half of May, for example, will enjoy much milder temperatures (average around 13 °C), little rain and will also have the opportunity to visit a more flowery city.
The months of July and August arrive with a lot of heat (average temperature of 18 °C), sunny days, a series of events throughout the city; on the other hand, prices are higher and a huge number of tourists invade the streets. A good alternative to enjoy a little bit of good weather – and a slightly more empty city – would be the beginning of autumn.
If, however, you are the type of traveler who wants to spend less and loves cold weather – who knows, even snow – you may end up choosing to spend the winter in the capital of the Czech Republic. Note, however, that to visit the city from December to February, you will need clothes such as coat, underwear (better known as second skin), scarf, hat, gloves and shoes suitable for the cold, as the average temperature in January is -5 °C. To check the weather in Prague right now, click here.
We were in Prague during the Easter holiday and we can say that it is worth visiting the city at this time of year. That’s because, despite the cold, the city gains a special color with the ornaments of the time. Not to mention that some areas of the center, such as the Old Town Square, receive the famous Easter markets with food, drinks and a lot of movement.