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Best time to visit: 

The Czech Republic is an all year round destination and its moderate climate means that if its Christmas markets and picture postcard scenes in the snow that you want, then a wintry December visit will be a delight. The climate is very seasonal – spring, summer, autumn and winter are very distinct.

Winter can see temperatures drop to low minus numbers, whilst the summer period from May to August, can see them soar above 30ºC. Rather inconveniently, summer also sees the highest rainfall across the country. Shoulder seasons, such as the months of September and October, will still be hot, but are also likely to be drier than preceding months, so it may be preferable to travel during this time. Depending on where in the country you’re travelling, the climate may differ considerably. In the mountains, the weather tends to be cooler, experiencing higher levels of precipitation at higher altitudes.

Required clothing: 

No special clothes are required for the Czech Republic. Wear medium weights, such as denim and heavy wools, a topcoat and sturdy shoes for winter. Lightweights such as cottons, linens and thin wools will be suitable for summer, but remember to bring waterproofs as rain showers are more frequent during this time.

PRAGUE

Average min and max temperatures in Prague, Czech Republic   Copyright © 2013 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average rainy days (rain/snow) in Prague, Czech Republic   Copyright © 2013 www.weather-and-climate.com


KARLOVY VARY

Average min and max temperatures in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic   Copyright © 2013 www.weather-and-climate.com

Average rainy days (rain/snow) in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic   Copyright © 2013 www.weather-and-climate.com