is completely landlocked. Its capital Prague is in the west and is
the countrys most popular holiday destination.
Around 7 millions tourists visit Prague every year, often for weekend
city breaks. It is a beautiful city, nicknamed The city of a
hundred towers, due to the vast number of spires on the skyline.
checking out Prague
bitterly cold harsh winters and warm summers. Czechoslovakias
climate is less extreme, mixing in some of the wetter characteristics
of western Europe.
However it is not nearly as damp as Western Europe; Pragues
wettest month is July but only receives half the rainfall that Bristol
gets in its wettest month of November.
in Prague is varies greatly from one day to the next. Only in winter
are there long spells of settled weather and this is when the temperatures
drop to their lowest.
The average temperature in February is a very chilly minus 12, but
it once did drop to as low as minus 28 degrees (minus 18 Fahrenheit.).
popularity stems from the beauty of the city combined with the low
prices relative to the rest of Europe. The prices seem to increase
this year, as do the number of tourists.
The huge influx of visitors can be too much, so the best times to
visit Prague is early spring or late autumn, to avoid the rush.