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Travel to Prague in Summer If . . .. . . you want to travel during the warm weather season. Between June and August, Prague experiences the warmest weather. This means you can pack light, worry less about wet weather, and enjoy sunny days.
Drawbacks to traveling to Prague during summer:
The summer season is Prague's busiest travel season. You'll have to fight crowds, wait in lines, and make sure you make reservations for restaurants. You will also pay more for airfare and hotel rooms.
Travel to Prague in Spring or Fall If . . .. . . you want to realize some savings through airfare and hotel bookings or if you don't like crowds. You'll have moderate to chilly weather with potential rain, but if you time your visit correctly, you will be able to experience one of Prague's seasonal music festivals - Prague Spring or Prague Autumn.
If your schedule is flexible, play with booking dates to see when you can get the best deal on room rates and airfare.
Drawbacks to traveling to Prague during spring or fall:
The farther from summer you plan to travel, the chillier the weather is likely to be. This means you will have to pack versatile clothing for your trip, which may take up space in your suitcase. On the other hand, the closer you travel to summer, the thicker the crowds will be.
Travel to Prague in Winter If . . .. . . you want to enjoy Prague's Christmas Market or winter season musical performances.
Drawbacks to traveling to Prague during winter:
Obviously, the weather will be coldest during winter, so if you have a low tolerance for freezing temperatures, winter is not the time to travel to Prague.