Weather in Prague
Prague has a humid continental climate, which means the weather can get relatively cold in the winter with pleasant, mild summers.
Winters are very cold in Prague and the city is known for its lack of sunshine at this time and temperatures often reach freezing point. Snowfall is a possibility too, so it’s the best time to visit Prague if you like the snow around the holiday season.
The warmest time of year is in the summer, which is between June and September. The average temperature is around 15°C with highs of 24°C. The peak of summer is the best time to go to Prague for warm temperatures and the most sunshine.
The rest of the year is usually quite cold in Prague, so make sure to pack warm clothes and an umbrella to protect you if you’re caught in a shower.