Prague Climate

Prague has a huge contrast between the summers and the winters. The winters become cold with occasional snow (snow is rare in the city) and ice, daytime temperatures hover around freezing, falling several degrees lower at night. But the summers are very warm with plenty of sunshine and accompanied with often rains. Springs are mostly sunny, the wettest months being in summer, May to August. In Prague it starts to get cold from late September and the lowest temperatures are in December, January and February. The average annual temperature ranges from 5.5°C to 10°C.

Weather averages for Prague

No season is the wrong time to visit this city – a city that will no doubt fully capture your heart. Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Record high °C (°F) 17.4 (63) 18.5 (65) 22.5 (73) 28.6 (83) 32.8 (91) 37.2 (99) …

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Best time to travel to Prague

Fall and spring-time are regarded as Prague’s peak season. Out of these two, spring-time is the most picturesque. Magnolia trees start to bloom early in April and, if you are lucky and get some sunny days, you will think that you’ve died and gone to heaven. Fall (September to October) …

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