Euroagentur Hotel Rokoko

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Vaclavske Namesti 38/794, (Wenceslas Sq) - Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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Costs 58% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Prague in November

by vmars

Hi! I am planning a trip to Prague with my husband and daughter in late Nov/early Dec. It would be our first time in Prague. How is it like in Prague during this time? Too crowded? Too cold? Too expensive? Would appreciate any advice. Thanks!

Re: Prague in November

by leics

It will be chilly of course, so do pack clothes appropriate for the weather.....clothes you can layer for warmth, hat/scarf/gloves, warm waterproof outerwear, sensible footwear.

Climate averages here will give you a rough guide:

Certainly won't be too crowded or expensive, and shouldn't be 'too cold' if you pack appropriately (unless you are from a very warm climate and entirely unused to cold weather).

Remember that daylight hours will be shorter at that time of year. You can check sunrise/sunset times for late Nov/early Dec here:

Roughly, sunrise is at around 7.30am, sunset at around 4pm.

Re: Prague in November

by IndianPacific

Could be a bit wet and chilly but probably not quite as many tourists as normal. Prague is such a wonderful city anyway that it's worth visiting any time of the year.

Re: Prague in November

by penny_g

The weather at this time of the year may be different. There are warm sunny days even during the winter, however it has been very cold too. In any case, it won't harm if you are prepared with warm winter clothes and umbrellas. It is crowded all year round. In December, people get attracted to Prague because of the Christmas markets. As regards prices, in supermarkets, coffees, restaurants, prices usually don't go up because of Christmas and New Year. There are even some quite good deals and promotions everywhere. You must however be prepared that prices and living standard in Prague are at the average European level, it is one of the very few regions in Eastern Europe, which enjoys the medium EU standard. So don't expect Prague to be super cheap.

Re: Prague in November

by packtarl

I will be in Prague Dec 4th to 9th. I and my friends always visit around this time of year and we have experienced mild weather to temperatures several degrees below zero with lots of snow. So be prepared!!!! As previously mentioned although it will still be busy it not be as busy as in the summer months but its "low" season for the hotels so they are cheaper and there will be a large xmas market in the Old Town Square. Prague is much cheaper than other European capitals but try to eat and drink away from the centre and tourist areas.

Re: Prague in November

by vmars

Thank you for all the advise! This is why I keep going back to virtual tourist :)

Re: Prague in November

by JessH

We will be going to Prague in November and choose this time specifically to avoid the tourist hoards and peak season prices :-)

Travel Tips for Prague

Giant’s Gate

by mardaska

Giant’s gate is the main entrance to Prague’s castle and it is located on the west side. From the square before the gate you can see the entire city.
The name of the gate comes from the gigantic figures at the entrance. The statues are copies, since the originals, which were made of sandstone, have been effected by the climate conditions.

Nightime on the Charles Bridge

by barryg23

One of Prague's most popular sights, packed with people all day long, Charles Bridge is a lot quieter after dark and much more atmospheric. Many of the souvenir stalls which ruin the bridge during the day are gone in the evening and it's a much nicer time to visit what is one of Prague's most popular sights. The light from the lamps on the bridge provides a striking contrast to the dark, eerie statues and there are great views of the castle in the background.

for luck

by chbuchie

I don't believe in it and make my own luck
but touching the dog (on the other statue) or the lady on this one is supposed to bring luck.
My best guess is that this rumor was launched to clean up the statues, first the dog , then the lady, who's next ?

so here is the photo for your to 'touch and get lucky' all for free , no need to go to Prague...

Packing List

by prazacek

It doesn't matter which kind of luggages or bags you'll bring :) But the best, what you can do for walking through downtown, is to take some backpack in which you can wear a bottle of water. Clothes depend on the season and current weather. Prague has all 4 seasons so for winter: bring warm clothes such as coats, winter shoes, warm hats and gloves - it is snowing and freezing in the winter. For spring: umbrella!!!, jacket, both warm and 'summer' kinds of shoes, pants and shorts, sun glasses and hats. For summer: umbrella, summer clothes, hats, sun glasses, bag for bottle of water. For autumn: umbrella, pants, sun glasses, hats, gloves, jackets If you'll live in hotel, you don't have to bring anything (except your toothpaste and toothbrush, but can buy it there). Be sure to bring cameras and enough number of films and tapes!!! You'll use them all and these items are not cheap over there. Bring sun glasses and all sorts of hats. For the summer and spring you'll maybe need sun lotion. Be sure to bring dictionaries and maps. You can get maps in any information store. You'll need dictionary :)

Art Noveau Genius

by katmag

The world's first Mucha Museum, dedicated to the life and work of the world-acclaimed Czech ART NOUVEAU artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), is housed in the Baroque Kaunicky Palace in the very heart of Prague.
A selection of over 100 exhibits comprising paintings, photographs, charcoal drawings, pastels, lithographs and personal memorabilia provides a privileged view into the universe of the artist who is most widely known for the posters he executed for Sarah Bernhardt in the fashionable world of fin-de-siècle Paris.


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