The weather in Prague isn’t much different from the one you’d expect in Britain. Both of them have four distinct and very unpredictable seasons characterized by a high precipitation level. Temperatures during Summer can reach over 30º, but usually it varies from 20°C to 27°C (68°F -80°F). Summer in Prague also means experiencing a lot of long, sunny days with intermittent dramatic, heavy thunderstorms. Of course short bursts of rain can be annoying but this too is a side of Prague to experience. The best way to enjoy it is by sitting in a covered pavement cafe and experience a different atmosphere of Prague by observing the city’s skyline cloaked in rain with they grey sky in the background. So an advice is to always make sure you have with you your sweater and umbrella, as summer rains are common in Prague.
Visiting Prague in the Summer could prove to be a little bit crowded, but if you think about it this means that Summer is one of the most appreciated periods to see the city, since the days get longer and warmer. Plus tourist attractions are also open for a longer time.
As a matter of fact during the Summer tour buses flock to bring in visitors so it’s also an opportunity to meet new people. Unfortunately because of this, local flavor is a bit scarce during this time of the year. However in contrast art, theater and music blossom. In fact, many festivals and events grace the city and can be in the form of an opera, or comedy or Shakespearean.
You may need to bring the following when you decide to spending your summer days in Prague:
Summer clothes made of light fabric
Sweater or light jacket
Shoes comfortable for walking
110-220 voltage converter electrical needs you bring with you