Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic commonly has a cold climate. If you want to avoid coldness, warmer summer days are the best time for you to visit. However, the arrival of tourist is high in number at the time.

Prague Quick Guide: 

  • Area: 496 km²
  • Location: North-west of the Czech Republic on the Vltava River
  • Population: 1.259 million (2015)
  • Currency: Koruna
  • Official Language: Czech
  • Population Density: 30,000/km2
  • Religion: Roman Catholic, Muslims, Protestant, Jewish
  • Time zone: UTC +1, UTC +2
  • Weather: mild summers and very cold winters
  • Famous For: Beer, Bohemian Platter and Beautiful architecture, castle
  • Airport: Vaclav Havel Airport Prague
  • Official Web: praha.eu

Prague can also be visited during the springtime and early falls. It is the time when the weather is mild. But we must say every season in Prague has its own different charm. So, if you are making up your mind to travel around Prague, here is some of the important list to be noted.


This city of Hundred Spires is the home for thousands of mesmerizing attractions. It is the heart of several historical cores and colorful architectural buildings. Visiting his place will create unforgettable memories for a lifetime.   

  • Points of Interest and Landmarks: Charles Bridge, St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Town Square, Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, Statue of Franz Kafka, National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror, Rudolfinum, Wenceslas Square, and many more.
  • Neighborhood Places: Castle District, Old Town Square, Mala Strana, New Town, Vinohrady, Smichov, Holesovice & Letna, Zizkov, Karlin, and Vysehrad.  
  • Architectural Buildings: St. Nicholas Church, Powder Tower, Kinsky Palace, Municipal House, Villa Muller, St. Wenceslas Church, House of the Black Madonna, National Museum, Zizkov TV Tower, and Dancing House.
  • Water Fountains: Krizikova Fountains.