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Weather in late March

by obaachan

I plan to visit Prague for the first time next year. Please tell me what the weather is like in the latter part of March. Thanks.

Re: Weather in late March

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.

March.
High 47f / 9c
Low 32f / 0c
Rain 1.20in / 30.0mm
Rain days 13
Hours of sun 4
Daylight hours 12
UV level 3 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in March
Wind (from the) SW
Cloud (from 8) 5.4

April.
High 57f / 14c
Low 38f / 3c
Rain 1.50in / 37.0mm
Rain days 12
Hours of sun 6
Daylight hours 14
UV level 4 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in April
Wind (from the) North
Cloud (from 8) 5.0

Re: Weather in late March

by Gili_S

You can expect anything, average does not tell much, early March can be snow and in the end of the month it can be very hot, so if you are in the end of March you probably have the better chance for the better weather. I know it was very hot for me in Prague this year.

Travel Tips for Prague

Walk as much of the city as...

by camel150

Walk as much of the city as you can. Armed with a quality guide. I picked up 'Prague exposed'. Was there with 3 friends. Relied on book for almost everything and was reffering to the guide as the 'Holy Prague Grail' by end of trip. Great guide. For me the experience of walking down narrow centuries old streets in winter, with no sound of autos or music, just the sound of peoples feet, amidst some of the most beautiful architecture that I have seen

The Face of Eastern Europe

by mrclay2000

Every capital city and most others that are worth their salt have fine monuments and statuary in their public places. Though Prague is no different in this respect than Cheyenne WY, some of her monuments and statuary have that distinctive East European flavor - heavy, brooding, industrial. Art Deco and Baroque usually prevail in its architecture, but its monuments are not always cast along classical lines.

At the Three Fiddles, and other Street Signs

by M0B1US

One interesting little architectural feature that you can have fun looking out for are the many heraldic 'house signs' adorning houses throughout Prague...

Before the introduction of street numbers in 1770, Prague's houses were identified by a multitude of individual and characterful signs and emblems.

Many of these such as the one 'At the Three Fiddles' were business signs as the original owners were violin makers, although it is now a restaurant...

One of the best places to see these signs is on Nerudova Street in the Little Quarter rising up to the castle (and most likely on your route!), where there are a number of excellent examples.

The road is named after Jan Neruda, the poet and journalist, who lived in the house 'At the Two Suns' (No. 47) and now rests at the cemetery at Vysehrad.

Others to look out for include:

The Red Eagle (No.6)
The Three Fiddles (No.12)
The Golden Horseshoe (No.34)
The Green Lobster (No.43)
The White Swan (No.49)

See what else you can discover on your travels around the city?

Also along this street are two very impressive baroque palaces at No.5 and No.20, which are the Romanian and Italian embassies respectively...

Prague Venice

by Amazonka

This is to be found below Charles Bridge, where a side stream of the River Vltava divides the lesser Quarter from Kampa Island. It is practically in the very centre of the city and yet has a number of well-kept secrets. In fact, no-one knows how it came to gain the name of Kampa Island in the first place.
It is likely that the side stream of the Vltava, called "Certovka", that flows round the island was not there originally. And so if it was not of divine origin, the only other conclusion can be that it was manmade. However, the canal would have had to be cut back in the early Middle Ages. What is certain is that mills were built here long ago. Today, you can see the Velkoprerovsky Mill with its great wheel from Charles Bridge. At the other end of Kampa is another less well known one called Hut Mill. Facing the Vltava is the building of the Sova Mills, which is used today for art exhibitions.

Terezin - Everyone MUST Go

by karensuzjo

Terezin is the of a concentration camp that was in use during World War II. Jews were not gassed or burned here, but they did die in the camp from the horrible conditions and executions. Most of the ones that died from gassing and cremation, were sent to Auschwitz or Dachau. There is a good museum there that tells of how the Red Cross made a visit to see if people were being mistreated and the Nazis did a renovation to make it look like all was well. Also, there is information on how the Jews there helped the arts to survive by putting on plays. Very sad and emotional. Also, do not let the decorated barracks fool you. They have put nice blankets and even a checkers set out to depict a "normal" life for the Jews, but the real life they endured there was full of pestilence, disease, and misery. Yet there was hope as some births occured there.

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