Guest House Merlin Prague

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Gorazdova street 22, New Town, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
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weather up date please

by ainshine

what sort of weather would one expect in mid september in Prague ?

Re: weather up date please

by jumpingnorman

Weather is hard to predict but I can tell you this, it was awesome when I was in Prague mid-September in 2006...it did not rain at all and I walked in wonderful weather...hope you are as lucky ---- and they say May to September is the best time to visit Prague when it is not too hot, not too cold and the place is less overcrowded...so I think you're in luck! Norman :)

Re: weather up date please

by jumpingnorman

oops, correction, I was in Prague in 2007 September...(not 2006 - I think I was in China then)...Norman :)

Re: weather up date please

by Kakapo2

You would always expect nice and settled weather - but reality can be cruel sometimes ;-)

Weather forecasts more than 3 or 4 days in advance are not serious, and what does average data help if you arrive and it rains cats and dogs and everybody would tell you that this is not normal for this time of the year?

Re: weather up date please

by r13

Most likely around 18-22 C, but as mentioned above it can be 31 C or 12 C as well. Weather here is changing each 3-4-5 days, no exact long term forecast is possible.

Generally this summer is quite rainy and not so hot as several last years. Quite likely that September will be rainy also.

Re: weather up date please

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Prague for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

September.
High 67f / 20c
Low 48f / 9c
Rain 1.70in / 43.0mm
Rain days 12
Hours of sun 5
Daylight hours 13
UV level 4 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in October
Wind (from the) SW
Cloud (from 8) 4.8

Re: weather up date please

by ainshine

thanks for the input was just looking for the average sort of weather that time off year not the actual weather forecast ,anyway I’m aware that you can’t predict the future forecast . By the sound of it look like I get the same weather as I would be getting here in Sydney so easy to pack.

Re: weather up date please

by Kakapo2

As I also plan to go to Prague in mid September (via Sydney) I rather expect it to be a bit warmer and nicer than in Sydney :-))) Fingers crossed!

Re: weather up date please

by hundwalder

Czech with Al Gore. He knows everything there is to know about global weather.

Re: weather up date please

by ainshine

funny, he saying that it will be mid 20s hope he right you never know it could be frozen over

Re: weather up date please

by hundwalder

It is not likely to be hot or frozen over. Mid September is usually a great time to visit Prague. Enjoy your visit my friend.

Re: weather up date please

by r13

Advance forecast for September 11-20:
At the begining mostly cloudy with showers, later fair weather. During the day 20-25, in the morning 7-12 deg C. At the end of period drop of temperatures...

Travel Tips for Prague

The Spires of Prague

by Bjorgvin

There are great many beautiful churches in Prague if one is interested in marvellous church architecture. I have already mentioned St. Vitus and St. Nicholas. But in the area around the castle and in Mala Straná you will find the Church of St. Simon and St. Jude, Church of St. Savior, Church of St. Hastal, Church of Our Lady of Loreto, Church of St. John of Nepomuk, Church of the Nativity, Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows, Church of the Assumption, St. Thomas´Church and St. Josephs´ Church, and the Church of Our Lady Victorious (Prague’s first Baroque church). On the other side: Church of Our Lady of Tyn (Tynsky chram) is second only to St. Virus’s Cathedral. It is a most remarkable Gothic church with Baroque interior. Not far away is St. James´Church renowned for its superb acoustics. St. Joseps´Church stands in the Republic Square and is one of the earliest Baroque Churches. Not to forget Havel´s Church, Church of St. Martin-in-the-Walls, St. Adalbert´s Church, Church of St. Cyril and Methodius, St. Wenceslas´ Church, St. Ignatius´ Church, Church of St. John-on-the-Rock, Church of Our-Lady-of-the-Victory, and many more. WOW! Being to a wonderful concert at St. Nicholas' Church (Chram Sv. Nikulase) in Mala Straná. This church, built in the period 1704-55, is a beautiful example of the Prague Baroque. The architects were Kristof Dienzenhofer, Kilián Ignác Dienzenhofer, and Anselmo Lurago. Mozart played on the organ here during his stay in Prague.
Prague 1, Malostranske nam.
Opening hours:
Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Tyn church, Old Town Square

by extrajoce

Týnský Dvùr on Staromìstské námestí (in Czech), is the most recognisable building because of its unmistakable top, which is mirrored in other places across the city. There is hardly a chance you will miss it!

Learn a few basic Czech words

by vanessadb

Just as in any country, local people really appreciate when you make an effort to speak their language. Even if it is just the word "hello" or "thank you", so learn a few basic words. They will really value your attempt to learn Czech, and as they are generally very friendly people, will easily help you and share a lot of things with you.

Even if English is the international language, Czech is still theirs so don't expect to have menus in English, or for them to understand everything you say.

It might seem like a very obvious tip to some of you, but trust me, I have witnessed many times tourists complaining and saying "How can they not have a menu in English!!!!"

Relax in beautiful surroundings

by John_Kaye

The best way to exit the castle area and come back down to Lesser Town is to go via the Palace Gardens below the Castle.

These are a series of beautiful walled gardens on the slopes of the hill on which the castle stands. There are a number of interesting little architectural features including gazebos, vaulted arches and a fountain.

There are enough hidden little areas to ensure that you can have a part of the garden to yourself and the views over Prague are fantastic. I found a bench virtually hidden in the Small Plaffy Garden, away from view and spent a very pleasant few hours reading and dozing in the afternoon sunshine. There was also plenty of shade when things a got a little hot.

There are three entries of exits: Valdstejnske square 3, (through the Ledeburg Palace) , Valdstejnska street 12-14, where there is small pleasant cafe bar or Prague Castle (go through the Garden on the Ramparts to the east of the cathedral, down the hill).

The cost is minimal (about 65kr).

Lazy Daze on Petrin Hill

by mbsimjam

Petrin is a large hill made into a city park right next to the castle area where the citizens of Prague go to relax and enjoy a weekend afternoon. You can either walk all the way up the hill with increasingly amazing views of the city, or take the funucular up the hill and end up at the top, where there is a garden, a maze, a glass house, and Petrin Tower. Half way up there is also a restaurant to grab a snack or a pint of the ever popular Czech beer. At the bottom of the hill is a large playground for children where parents can sit and relax while their kids tear around the place!

There are many interesting things to see on Petrin Hill so make sure you bring your camera!

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Address: Gorazdova street 22, New Town, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic