When to go to the Czech Republic
Here are some important information and tips on the best period when going to the Czech Republic.
The country is characterized by a temperate continental climate, quite similar from North to South. Only the few areas with altitudes above 700 meters, have rather harsh winters.
In Prague, and in most of the Republic, the winters are cold, with temperatures that stand between zero and -2 degrees, with few hours of sunshine. The rains are never too frequent.
In summer, temperatures are quite pleasant; the days get longer and the temperatures increase. In the capital, in July and August, the average temperatures are around 25 degrees even if, sometimes, the thermometer can reach even 30 degrees. There is no shortage of afternoon thunderstorms.
Through our κ index, we provide an evaluation for every single month. In this way, you can evaluate the best time when to go to the Czech Republic. A guide that, of course, affects the climate, the events and the type of holiday you want to deal with.
Regarding the climate, the best month when going to the Czech Republic is September, or, alternatively, May. The temperatures are pleasant, and you can go around without suffering hot and sweltering.
On the other hand, those interested in the main events and festivals in the country will find a full calendar for all the year, suitable for all tastes and needs. In winter, Let It Roll and the Bohemian Carnival attract more visitors. Without forgetting, of course, the magic of Christmas that, despite the cold, keeps the charm and the magic unaltered.
Left behind the Christmas season, the cold winter temperatures make January the month less desirable for a trip to the Czech Republic. There are no particularly important events in this month.
Recommended only in the case of particularly advantageous offers.