Red and Blue Design Hotel Prague

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Holeckova 13, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic
Red and Blue Design Hotel Prague
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Weather In Prague

by shiuri

Hi Everyone!

I was just in the Packing Tips for Prague section a little earlier. I am planning to go to Prague in mid-late November. Will also stop by Vienna and Budapest. I have read that the weather in those areas for Autumn/Fall ranges from 60-70 degrees F. So I wanted to know if anyone here has been out there around mid-late November and how the weather was really like. Also, I wanted to know if it's super cold by November already or if it's still mildly cold, and will I be able to get away with packing thin layers and a blazer or am I gonna need a good sweater and coat? Has it already started snowing in November? It's going to be my first time there. ^_^

Thanks!

Re: Weather In Prague

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for Prague for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday

November.
High 43f / 6c
Low 32f / -0c
Rain 1.26in / 31.9mm
Wind (from the) SW
Cloud (from 8) 6.1
Sun % 7

Re: Weather In Prague

by Kathrin_E

Of course you'll need a warm sweater. And a rain jacket/umbrella.

All the conditions you mentioned are possible. Making a prediction several months in advance, however, is impossible. Every year is different. One year's experiences may well be proved wrong the following year. Don't set too much trust in weather statistics.
Late November may well mean temperatures below zero at night. Snow? Who knows. Maybe, maybe not.

Re: Weather In Prague

by packtarl

Ive been in Prague the last 3 years at the end of November. The last 2 years have been cold with a few snow showers (some heavy) but 3 years ago it was absolutely perishing. There was 4 inches of snow on the ground when we arrived and it snowed every day we were there, sometimes for a couple of hours at a time. The temperature was never above freezing and was down to minus 10 at night time. You could not go out without several layers of clothes including a good coat and a hat that covered your ears. So it must vary from year to year but go prepared for the worst.

Re: Weather In Prague

by Penelope4

High chances are - it is going to be cold enough to wear a sweater and a coat. I can't remember a day in November in the past when it was warm enough for folks to wear blazers. You'll definitely wear something to keep you warm in the evening.

Re: Weather In Prague

by shiuri

Thanks guys! You really given me a good idea of what to expect. I guess when I when I read 50-60s....they must to be referring to early Fall/Autumn like September/October. I am glad I asked about the weather....I was thinking the weather must be similar to San Francisco so that means I can just wing it with a couple thin layers and a blazer, throw a scarf on and ready to go and explore! Boy was I off....I'd definately be freezing my toosh off! =)

Re: Weather In Prague

by packtarl

.......nothing worse than a frozen toosh!!!!:)

Travel Tips for Prague

Eating in Prague

by Glen30

There are tons and tons of restaurants in Prague serving Czech, Italian, Greek, Japanese, Asian, Thai, Vietnamese and International cuisines.

So, take your time to explore the city and just try out any restaurant if you think it's nice. You never know until you try. Agree?

Old town city hall.
Placed, as...

by fandango

Old town city hall.
Placed, as Tyn Cathedral at the Old town square, do not forget to visit the tower and enjoy the view(pic), inside the tower you could see the apostles that appear each hour at the astronomic clock(pic), another symbol of the city.

~ Take Layers of Clothes ~

by Heavens-Mirror

I took a small suitcase with a handle to pull along as it was better than a huge backpack. Gaz took a bagpack and found it to be too heavy when walking around to get the metro and bus. Take layers of clothes as the weather is unpredictable, some days it was cold and windy then it would be sunny and warm. So make sure you take a warm jacket and layers underneath. Take a good camera to get some nice photos of all the architecture and lovely buildings of Prague and nice views from the bridge and tower. A good pair of walking shoes is needed as you can spend many hours walking around the town. A map of Prague is a must.... when we got hold of one we managed to find our hotel within 10 minutes.

Sex Machines Museum

by Incubus30

Again, I came across this museum by coincidence.
It is open till late in the evening (think 11pm) so you can view it any time.

It has a collection of sex toys and machines from across the ages. Some of the things on display are very rare and interesting.

In my opinion, the highlight of this place,is the theathere, which shows 2 Spanish adult movies from the begining of the 20th century................

The entrance costs CZK250 so it is not expensive ..

The older cathedral.

by leics

Although St Vitus Cathedral is interesting in itself, much of it is 'modern'. Building started in 1344 but it was not completed until 1929!

But on one side, and not well-signed at all, you can see the remains of an earlier building in the wall of a later. There are also exposed foundations tucked away behind a grill (you'll have to peer through the gaps). I have it in my head that the brief sign said they dated from the 11th century, but may be wrong.

Worth looking for, if only to remind oneself that this area of Prague has been inhabited for centuries (actually,since at least the seventh).

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