There’s no bad time to visit Prague, with this city that feels like an open-air museum always stunning, from its magnificent Charles Bridge to the grand castle. Early autumn is especially lovely, particularly from mid-September to mid-October, with the season’s golden glow providing an even more romantic feel. Along with the flashes of brilliant orange, crimson and copper that provide postcard-perfect photo-ops. Spring can also be a good time to come for sightseeing, and either season tends to bring mild weather with temperatures ranging in the upper 50s to mid-60s. While there may be some rainfall, you won’t have to deal with the high humidity or soaring heat of summer. Even better is that spring and fall often mean discounted accommodation rates.
Against, there’s no “wrong” time to come, but to help you make the best possible decision, we’ll take a look at what each season has to offer.