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What is the weather like in October in Prague?
If you’ve been longing for some quality alone time in Prague, away from your busy life and loved ones, to focus on yourself at the end of the year, then an autumn visit is for you. Read on to understand why the weather in Prague in October is the most favorable for your leisure time.
The cool autumn climate brings many musical and artistic events and makes for enjoyable and unforgettable trips to the Old Town or the surrounding towns.
Weather in Prague in Autumn
Throughout the day it’s relatively mild, while at night it gets cooler. At this time, the town is a bit quieter and ideal if you like things a little quieter during the holidays. Prague is located in the Czech Republic and has a typical seaside atmosphere with humid continental temperatures.
As temperatures start to drop in Autumn, the weather can be pretty chilly. It would help if you carried an umbrella as the rains increase and it gets pretty windy since the western winds blow at speeds of around 10 miles per hour.
It’s mild, pretty ideal for exploring the city. High temperatures go up to 14°, and low temperatures drop to 6°, sometimes with high or low-temperature days out of season.
However, Prague city is very welcoming and warm, so it’s perfect to experience Autumn when experiencing lows, and luckily hot drinks are available. Nothing beats the experience of walking around town wearing a jacket and holding a mug of a hot cup of tea or mulled wine.
Also, in autumn, Prague expects only five rainy days. Always be ready since in October it rains nearly all the time.
Ensure you pack the essentials such as boots, warm clothes, gloves, umbrella, socks, etc., just in case the weather conditions change abruptly.
What to do in October in Prague
Prague, fondly referred to as the mother of cities by the Czechs, is one of the most beautiful places to visit in October. Although it’s a bit chilly in the wee hours and evenings, the days are still ideally warm and sunny.
Visit a local brewery
Today, Prague has 22 local breweries, and more are opening each year. Pubs such as Zlý časy are not only offering up to 48 beers from all corners of the Czech Republic but also unique beers brought from traditional European brewing areas such as Bavaria and Belgium.
Luckily a pint is highly affordable! The average beer price for a pint in Prague is around 35 CSK. This equates to approximately $1.50 or €1.30. The price of beer in Prague varies based on the beer type and location.
There are many cheap pubs in Prague so it will always be cheap, especially in the eyes of most foreigners.
Participate in cultural events
The International Jazz Fest that happens yearly is among the earliest in Prague’s history and best music concerts in the month of October and a must-see for all Prague music lovers since it’s completely free. This classical music festival offers an opportunity to experience spectacular live jazz and fusion music.
Excellent jazz musicians perform from novices to seasoned musicians during this famous festival, thus placing it among the most renowned music festivals.
Do a bike tour
Every year more bike lanes are painted on the streets of Prague and the city is a jewel for cyclists. You will encounter many cyclists along the Vltava, especially in the morning hours.And a dedicated cycle path is incomplete and has a tunnel for cyclists.
Prague weather in October is incredible and to add to that, you’ll find it less crowded and not to forget cheaper airfares and accommodation. Hotel reservations for trips to Prague in the Autumn are more accessible than in the summer when hotels in the strategic places are fully occupied with tourists. so as you’re planning for the getaway, consider touring this beautiful place in October.