Fall is a great time to visit Prague, with fewer crowds and more manageable ticket lines than the peak summer season. Travelers who don’t mind slightly chilly days can balance indoor and outdoor activities, biking when the sun shines and tucking into a hearty meal when the weather turns. Here are options for fall in Prague.
- Immerse yourself in Czech history on a guided tour of Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, and St. George’s Basilica.
- Bundle up and enjoy a refreshing breeze while sightseeing around the city on a bike tour or e-bike tour.
- Experience Prague's culinary heritage and indulge in the local cuisine with a guided food-focused walking tour.
- Sip some of the city's favorite local brews and snack on traditional pub fare with a guided beer walking tour.
- Head to the theater for black light performance, a local specialty that utilizes fluorescent costumes and stage effects.
- Experience a classical music concert in one of Prague's elegant venues, such as the must-visit Prague Castle.
- Treat yourself to a romantic multi-course dinner with live music at the historic Grand Hotel Bohemia.
- Take in views of the lit-up city skyline with a Vltava River dinner cruise.