What’s the weather like in Prague in July?
If you love the sun and heat, the best time to visit Prague is in July. It’s one of the warmest months of the year and you can expect high temperatures and lots of sunshine.
The capital of the Czech Republic has an oceanic climate that’s mixed with a humid continental climate, which means summers are mild and winters are relatively cold. Rain is more likely in the summer, but the local mountain ranges including the Sudetes give the city some shelter from heavy downpours. Temperatures are on the increase, with the warmest weather arriving in the final week of July.
Prague weather in July is very warm with an average temperature of 22°C and highs of 24°C towards the end of the month. You can expect 11 hours of warm sunshine per day with a 48% chance of cloud coverage. 68mm of rainfall is expected to fall across 18 days of the month, which makes July one of the wettest months of the year. The average humidity is 68%, which is fairly moderate and slightly lower than last month.