Titel: The Rough Guide to Prague 4
Verlag: Rough Guides
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Presenting an insider's guide to Prague, the features of this text include: discussion of all the sights, plus the best day-trips; listings of the best places to stay, eat and drink; and background on all aspects of Prague's culture and history.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
When to go
Lying at the heart of central Europe, Prague has a continental climate: winters can be bitterly cold, summers correspondingly scorching. The best times to visit, in terms of weather, are late spring and early autumn. Summer in the city can be pretty stifling, but the real reason for avoiding the peak season is that it can get uncomfortably crowded in the centre - finding a place to eat in the evening, let alone securing a room, can become fraught with difficulties. If you're looking for good weather, April is the earliest you can expect at least some sunny days, and October is the last warm month. If you don't mind the cold, the city looks beautiful in the snowy winter months.
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