With so many options of weekend city breaks available while living in England, I’m day dreaming of all the fun travel opportunities available! Here are a few fun travel outfit ideas about what to wear in Prague!
What to Wear in Prague
Prague has been called many things. City of a thousand spires sounds most befitting. The city is packed with history and attractions that will keep any traveler gawking and clicking away at their cameras for a long time. Prague one of the most romantic cities in Europe with a historical city center that combines romanticism and history.
Prague is a cosmopolitan city that loves fashion. Decked in History and charm, locals dress fashionably in a mixture of casual and formal. Feel free to express your fashion tastes in this stunning city.
Traveling to Prague is definitely on my top European bucket list! Whether you’re interested in Prague city breaks or a two week vacation, here are some travel outfit ideas for the different seasons.
What to Wear in Prague in Spring
Temperatures range from the upper 30’s to the low 60’s. Springtime brings with it the thawing of winter and beautiful blooms in nature. If you travel in early March you might find snow. Traveling later in May brings summer-like weather.
You are best served packing an eclectic mix of attire. Mix warm clothes for the colder days and lighter tops for the bright sunny days. Pack a couple pairs of warm socks and easy to walk in shoes. Consider an umbrella for when the weather does surprise. You don’t want to be soaked on your sightseeing tours!
Please read this post for tips on transitional weather.
What to Wear in Prague in Summer
Summer is the busiest tourist season in Prague. And for good reasons. The clear sky mornings, warm days, terrace canopies and clear night skies make for wonderful memories. Temperatures in summer range in the low 70’s.
Clothes that you can wear during both day and night will be best. Consider jeans and a variety of light tops for the day walks. Prague is best explored on foot thus consider a solid pair or two of closed toed shoes. A light sweater or jacket is a good idea for potentially chilly evenings.
Please read this post for beautiful summer dresses!
What to Wear in Prague in Autumn
After the summer frenzy, Autumn marks a cooler season to explore Prague at your own leisure. It can be chilly and cold with temperatures in the low 30’s. Additionally, from October towards mid-November, temperatures drop further as winter approaches. The mornings and evenings might be chilly with clear skies.
Long sleeved clothing, sweaters and a coat/jacket are necessary items you should consider packing if you travel to Prague in the Autumn. Towards mid November you’ll require cold weather outerwear.
For outerwear ideas, check some of our top picks for Fall Coats.
What to Wear in Prague in Winter
Winter in Prague brings with it cold weather. The temperatures are sometimes below freezing. Snow is possible but with very low levels of precipitation. It’s still a wonderful season to visit, with Christmas and jolly celebrations in the air.
Layer up! Consider packing sweaters and coats. Warm shoes/boots and a thick pair of socks come handy when exploring Prague on foot in the winter. If you are prone to cold hands, consider a pair of gloves and a scarf to keep your neck warm. A long coat will keep the cold wind from getting into your clothes. Remember to consider these fabrics for travel to avoid packing bulky clothing but still achieve maximum warmth.
For more tips, read this post on how to pack for cold weather like a boss!
Hope you liked this quick and fun taste of what to wear in Prague, travel fashion style! What are your Prague travel tips?
For more tips on what to wear in Europe, please read:
- What to Wear in Europe: Awesome Packing Lists for Every Destination
- The Perfect Travel Shoe in Europe?
- The Best Travel Shoes for Europe in Spring
- Expert Carry-on Suitcase Recommendations for Europe
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