Weather Averages for Prague in September
Averages for Prague in September
The season begins to change in September as average highs dip 10 degrees in Prague, Czech Republic, reaching 18°C (that's about 64°F) during the day.
Prague evenings for September are still seasonably cool with night time temp averages of 10°C (about 50°F).
Average wet days for September in Prague are one of the lowest of the calendar year. Though rainfall days are lower, precipitation downpours are still above normal. Umbrellas are recommended during sightseeing adventures.
Get tickets for the Pearls of Czech & World Classical Music performance at The Prague Opera House. This event runs everyday in September 2012.
Adults and Kids can check out a Czech tradition of Marionettes at the Prague Theatre.
If you happen to be in the area of Old Town Square on September 8, 2012 check out and cheer on the participants of the Mattoni Prague Grand Prix.
September events in Prague
02 Prague Grand Prix
6th September 2014
If you happen to be in the area of Old Town Square on September 6th check out and cheer on the participants of the Mattoni Prague Grand Prix. This is the last official running event in Prague for the year which runs through the city centre. The competition includes a 10km Men's Race, 5K Women's Race amd a 10km Men's and 5km Women's team races.
Dvorak Prague Festival
9th September 2014 to 22nd September 2014
This festival celebrates the music of the great Czech composer Antonín Dvořák. Not only does it celebrate the works of Dvorak, but it is an important social event, as it is a parade of outstanding performers, conductors and chamber ensembles. Performances will take place throughout September in the main hall of the Rudolfinium.
Festival of the Grape
20th September 2014 to 21st September 2014
The Festival of the Grape may sound like quite an unusual event to go to, however, it gives you the chance to have a look around the beautiful Prague Castle. This event celebrates the grape harvest in the Czech Republic, where you will also have the chance to do a spot of wine tasting. As well as tasting the wine there will be a fencing tournament and demonstrations by traditional craftsmen making baskets, pottery and furniture. Admission is completely free to this event!
Day of the Czech Statehood
28th September 2014
Held every year on the 28th September, the whole of the Czech Republic celebrates this day as a public holiday. Many shops and businesses may be closed or have limited opening times on this day, but most tourist attractions will still be open on this day.