is a popular time to visit Prague. Spring is in the
air, the Easter markets are going, and cheerful Easter
decorations brighten up the city even when the weather
is not quite warm and sunny yet. Prague is
busy with tourists around Easter time, so
plan your trip well in advance.
If you spend Easter in Prague, you will probably miss
out on the traditions that are still practiced in the smaller
Czech towns and villages, but you will be able to enjoy
the largest Easter markets in the Czech Republic.
If you are thinking of coming to
Prague for Easter, keep in mind that the weather at this
time of year can be very unpredictable. It may still be
quite wintry, or you may enjoy pleasant,
sunny days. To get an idea of what to expect, please
visit our Czech
Spring Weather page. Then check
the current weather forecast right before your trip.