June Weather Averages for Prague, Czech Republic
What's the weather like in Prague in June
As Prague, Czech Republic enters its summer season in June, the temperatures continue to warm up. During this month, the average temperature for the city begins at 15°C, created by highs of 20°C during the daytime and lows of 10°C after dark. This rises up to 17°C by the end of the month, created by highs of 22°C during the daytime and lows of 12°C after dark, making the final week of June th...
What's the weather like in Prague in June
As Prague, Czech Republic enters its summer season in June, the temperatures continue to warm up. During this month, the average temperature for the city begins at 15°C, created by highs of 20°C during the daytime and lows of 10°C after dark. This rises up to 17°C by the end of the month, created by highs of 22°C during the daytime and lows of 12°C after dark, making the final week of June the best time to visit if you want to holiday in Prague when the city is warmest.
Even though it only happens on an average of once every ten days, temperatures can sometimes rise above 28°C and drop below 5°C in Prague in June. The highest temperature ever registered in the city during this month is 34°C, whilst the coldest temperature ever recorded here at this time of year is 2°C.
Over the course of an average June, the length of the day is essentially constant, with a small difference of 12 minutes between the beginning and the end. June 1st is the shortest day of the month with 16:06 hours of daylight, whilst June 21st is the longest day of the month with 16:25 hours of daylight.
During the month, Prague enjoys an average of ten hours of daily sunshine – that's the same as in May – alongside median cloud coverage of 50% (partly cloudy) which hardly varies at all. Cloud coverage begins at 50% on June 1st and rises up to 51% by June 27th. On an average day, the sky is clear/mostly clear 39% of the time, partly cloudy 26% and mostly cloudy/overcast 25%. At this time of year, Prague is subject to less than one full foggy day across the month.
The average monthly precipitation for the city in June is 67mm/3 inches – that's slightly less than the previous month – which is spread out between 17 rainy days. The probability of rainfall making an appearance across the month averages at around 60%. The most likely day is June 26th when rainfall falls on 61% of days, whilst the least likely day is June 2nd, when it falls on 59% of days. The most common forms of precipitation you can expect to see in Prague in June are moderate rain (which occurs on 52% of days with rainfall), thunderstorms (35%) and light rain (12%).
Since it's one of the city's summer months, the chance of snow falling in Prague in June is almost zero. If you really want to explore the city in the snow, forget about going in June and plan your holiday for January or December instead, when the city experiences most of its snowfall.
With mild temperatures like these, you'll need to take a mixture of warm clothing – such as jackets, jumpers and jeans – to make sure you stay comfortable on an evening, as well as lighter t-shirts and thin jumpers or cardigans for when the sun gets out during the day. Since the probability of rainfall is so high at this time of year, you should also consider packing an umbrella or waterproof jacket if you plan on spending a lot of time outdoors during your trip. If you want to make the most of your holiday time and visit Prague when the city is hottest, delay your holiday until August – that's when the city usually experiences its highest temperatures.
At 69% – slightly higher than May – the humidity for Prague in June is relatively low compared to the colder winter and spring months, such as February and March. At this time of year, the relative humidity for the city fluctuates between 49% (comfortable) and 93% (very humid), rarely falling below 33% (comfortable) or reaching as high as 100% (very humid). The air is usually driest around June 3rd, when the relative humidity falls below 57% (mildly humid) three days out of four, whilst it's at its most humid around June 16th, when it rises above 89% (very humid) three days out of four.
During June, typical wind speeds range between 1 m/s (light air) and 7 m/s (moderate breeze), rarely going above 10 m/s (fresh breeze). The highest average wind speed of 4 m/s (gentle breeze) happens around June 30th, when the average daily maximum is 6 m/s (moderate breeze), whilst the lowest average wind speed of 4 m/s occurs around June 2nd, when the average daily maximum is 6 m/s.
Prague Hotels for June
Hotel UNIC Prague is a new four-star designer hotel, ideally situated in the centre of the historical part of Prague, within walking distance of attractions such as the Powder Tower, Jewish Quarter, the Old Town Square and the Palladium – the largest shopping mall in the city. Here accommodation is provided in the form of 90 superior and deluxe rooms, as well as one-bedroom, two-bedroom and family suites. Each of the guestrooms comes with air conditioning, free WiFi access, flat-screen TV with 60 international channels and coffee/tea making facilities, whilst the suites also feature separate living areas. Onsite dining options include a complimentary breakfast of cheese, ham, eggs, sausages, mushrooms, pastries, yogurts, cereal and fresh fruit served daily, restaurant Aliter which serves European dishes for dinner and the Lobby Bar which serves coffee, soft drinks, alcohol and snacks throughout the day and evening. Other onsite services and facilities include babysitting, in-room massages and parking.
Hotel Celement is also located in the historical centre of Prague, just steps away from the Palladium Shopping mall where you'll find an assortment of shops, supermarkets, cafes and bars, as well as the Vltava River, Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square which are teeming with historical attractions. Here guests can choose between standard and superior guestrooms, each of which comes with LCD TV with international channels, free WiFi access, and tea/coffee making facilities. The superior room is larger than the standard and comes with city or river views. Although, onsite amenities and services are limited to a private parking and bar which serves tea, coffee, soft drinks, alcohol and bar snacks, this is reflected in the cheap room rates.
For something slightly more out of the way, try Louren Hotel. Located in Vinohrady, this hotel is just 200m away from the nearest underground and tram stations which can get you to Old Town and the Palladium shopping centre in less than ten minutes. Although since the hotel is surrounded by shops, restaurants and bars, you might not even need to go that far! Accommodation is provided in the form of 27 double rooms, junior suites and family suites, each of which comes with air conditioning, free WiFi access and private bathroom with bath. Suites also offer a separate living area with sofa or arm chairs and coffee table. Onsite services and facilities include complimentary daily breakfast buffet, nearby parking and a Lobby Bar which serves hot drinks, cold drinks and light snacks 24 hours-a-day.
When it comes to budget accommodation in Prague, Residence Monastery is a top choice. Situated in the city centre with superb views of Lesser Town, Old Town and Prague Castle; this four-star hotel is set inside the garden of Strahov Monastery which was founded in 1142. The surprisingly affordable double rooms come complete with private bathroom with bath or shower, LCD satellite TV, free WiFi access, coffee/tea making facilities and free in-room safe. Within the hotel you'll find bike rental service, complimentary hot breakfast buffet and parking. Although the onsite services and facilities are limited, bus and tram stations are within easy walking distance and will allow you to explore all the museums, art galleries, shops, bars and restaurants of the city.
Bars and Restaurants
For a delicious cup of coffee, you can't beat Tricafe. Open Monday to Saturday 9am-6pm and on Sundays 10am-6pm, this café serves up a wide selection of international coffees of various strengths, Italian classics – such as espresso, latte machiato and cappuccino – teas, homemade cakes and pastries. The café is decorated with comfy arm chairs, small tables and a blackboard with all the different types of coffee available. Although the café's small size makes it difficult to get a seat during busy times, it adds to the café's homely and intimate ambiance.
If you're in the mood for Italian cuisine, pop into Tempo Allegro. This establishment on Karoliny Street is a combination of Italian bistro, wine bar and café, with a wide variety of coffees, homemade quiches, pies, cakes, gelatos and sorbets served up daily. More than 12 different varieties of wine and prosecco are available to order by the glass, all of which have been carefully chosen to pair with the Italian cheeses, hams, salamis and antipasti dishes prepared onsite. Premium virgin olive oils, savoury spreads, pasta sauces and balsamic vinegars are also available to purchase.
On the other hand, if you fancy Asian food, make a reservation at Sansho. Open Tuesday to Friday 11.30am-11.30pm and on Saturdays 6pm-11.30pm, this small restaurant specialises in fusion cuisine which blends traditional Asian dishes and cooking methods with locally-sourced Czech ingredients. Whilst an a la carte menu is available, the most popular choice is the tasting menu which allows you to try a selection of almost all the dishes the restaurant offers, such as soft-shell crab sliders, beef rending curry and star fruit salad.
Things to do in Prague in June
The Charles Bridge is a must-see during your holiday in Prague. Built of stone and designed in a gothic style, this bridge connects the Old Town with the Lesser Town in Prague. It was commissioned by Charles IV in 1357 and built under the eye of architect Petr Parléř who was also behind the St Vitus Cathedral and the Prague Castle. Whilst the city views from the bridge are fantastic, at either end of the bridge is a tall tower which you can climb for even better views of the city. An interesting aspect of the bridge is its collection of baroque statues (most of which are copies today) that were placed along it in the 17th century. The most popular statue is the one of St John of Nepomuk – a Czech saint who was thrown into the river from the bridge.
For the chance to learn a unique skill, sign up for a workshop at Truhlar Marionety. Based in Vinohrady, this company offers puppet workshop courses for groups of up to 13 people in English. Courses last for 3-4 hours and are open to everyone aged six and over, making it a great family day out if the weather takes a turn for the worst. When you begin, you'll choose from 20 different types of puppets, or you can create your own totally unique one if you like. Since most of the parts are already pre-made, you don't need any specialist knowledge to do the workshop. When you're finished, you'll have your very own handmade puppet to take home with you. If you're not interested in making puppets, you can sign up for a specialist one-to-one wood carving workshop instead.
If you're holidaying in Prague as a family, make sure you spend a day at AquaPalace. This indoor-outdoor water park is made up of adventure, relaxation and kids' zones, so everyone can have a great time. The adventure section offers water slides, lazy river, swimming pool, scuba diving and wave pool. The relaxation zone offers a swimming pool, whirlpools, lazy river, Finnish sauna, Russian sauna, Roman spa, sauna bar, chocolate massages and lava rock massages. The kids' zone is full of mini water slides and water playareas full of hidden areas to explore. There is also a fitness centre onsite with state-of-the-art equipment and exercise classes.
Dikova Sarka is a great place to admire Prague's natural beauty. Located just 30 minutes away from Wenceslas Square, this park features creeks, mini waterfalls, naturally-eroded rocks, a small canyon and a wide variety of native plants, trees and flowers. In the middle of the park you'll find the Dzban Lake where you can enjoy a refreshing swim if the weather is warm enough. You can practise all sorts of sports here, from hiking and cycling to rollerblading and jogging, or take it easy and just have a wander. Before you leave, make sure you stop at one of the many traditional Czech cafes in the park which serve local beer and sausages on terraces with panoramic views.