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Where will you be when Spring comes? Have you though about a City Break to Prague in April? It’s a city that flourishes with the first bits of Springtime sun – certainly one of the better times to visit. Visiting Prague in April won’t break your budget and will delight you in many ways. In addition to all the usual attractions of Prague, there are some aspects that are just that much better in in Spring. Those are the ones we’d like to take a closer look at – between beer gardens, green parks and the true joy of sightseeing all the open air attractions of Prague in Spring weather there’s plenty to do, and we haven’t even mentioned all the events just yet!
While Prague in Autumn certainly has its charms, the warmer Spring weather brings out different aspects of the city. The weather in Prague in April can be expected to be mostly dry, with daytime temperatures around 14°C, dropping later throughout the evening and the night. While it can get a bit chilly, there is also sun most of the time that brings colour to the beautiful old city. The closer to May, the closer the temperature in Prague in April gets to 20°C. In May you can expect the usual temperatures to hover just below 20°C, which seems to us like just the sweet spot that makes pacing throught the city a genuine and unique pleasure. So, what to wear in Prague in April ? A should be fine, along with a pair of comfy sneakers for blasting through the beautiful old streets.
Before we even get to all the native attractions of Prague, let’s cover some events you can take part in during your short stay Prague. With event arenas located in the city itself, it’s not a stretch at all to go for a concert while you’re in Prague. Let’s also mention that it’s extra easy to go for events taking place in the Tipsport Arena – as it’s located right by the Petit Hotel Accommodation! So, what events could you see if you visit Prague in Spring?
Traditional activities, foods, decorations and beautiful handcrafted items – that’s the traditional markets of Easter in Prague. Only open in April and offering plenty of local flavour, both literally and figuratively – a real must to check out.
While the pub culture of Prague is admirable no matter the season, Spring in Prague is the time where all the beer gardens truly open, and you’re both free and maybe even encouraged to have a Pilsner in one of the gardens laid out on the vintage streets. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy Prague’s favourite drink and a fantastic way to participate in the city’s daily life as Prague citizens would themselves.
Prague is a city of many parks and even more outdoor attractions. No wonder visiting Prague in April will ensure you make the very most of it! Even strolling through the city is an attraction by itself. Prague April also lends itself very well to taking the Vltava cruise – there are plenty of companies offering them and the extended daylight and sun lend themselves to one quite well, would you not say?