Prague In October

Prague in October

Prague in October

Handling the Weather and What to Wear

prague-weather-chartThis largely depends on if we have an “Indian Summer” or not. The chart just shows averages. In an Indian summer you can still expect 20 degrees C but on average we’d expect 10-15 degrees C during the day dropping to 5-10 at night. So, much like March/April, you won’t need cold weather gear but allow for a light sweatshirt/jumper and waterproof jacket.

Eating and Drinking

Restaurants and cafes will be extending the use of any external areas by using space heaters but in general this is the month when outside eating will begin winding down. Still can be warm enough for a Czech Beer. On the menus the soups will be getting thicker and drinks menus will again be showing Mulled Wine and Grog (rum with hot water and lemon). Trdlo will return from it’s summer form i.e. cold with ice-cream back to it’s original form i.e. served hot just with a hint of cinnamon. Take a look at my top six Czech food picks or for the more comprehensive guide, the Czech Food page.


October 5th-6th Jewish Holiday of Sukkot
October 12th-13th Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah (starts from @4pm on the 11th)
October 28th State Holiday – National Independence Day

Festivals and Things to Do

Check the What’s On page for various links or the Culture page for classical concerts, opera and black light theatre.

Prague International Jazz Festival

On Karlin Square on October 8th is a free music event called “Karlin Happening”. From 2pm to 8pm a selection of bands, music workshops and numerous jam sessions. Tram Number 3 from Wenceslas Square or Number 8 from Republic Square and get off at “Karlinske Namesti”. Videos on the website.

Strings of Prague starts in October. It’s much like the Prague Proms earlier in the year in that its a “crossover” i.e a mixture of classical, jazz and contemporary music. Ticketed events at different venues.

Signal Light Festival is spread all over the city from Republic Square, through the Old Town, New Town and across to the Lesser Town. There are some day pieces but most of the action is in the evening. Read more on the Signal Light Festival page.

Imagine that you go blind. The guys at the New Town Hall have an exhibition which scarily puts you in that position.

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