Winter in Czech Republic may be chilly, but it has plenty to offer, to both the adventure seekers and city slicker. Travellers who visit Czech Republic in the winter do so specifically for winter activities like skiing and snowboarding. For those who aren’t cold weather fans can still find plenty of reasons why winter is a great time to explore this region.
Budget-conscious travelers will find that certain times during Czech Republic’s winter season offer extremely affordable airfare and hotel rates. If you are on a tight budget but you’ve always wanted to see Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland . The post- Christmas season is your best bet for great deals. It may come as a surprise to you but we think, winter is one of the best season to visit this gorgeous national park. It actually becomes the Fairyland from Narnia during winter season.
Whats the weather like in Czech during Winter
For those who are hesitant to embrace sub-zero temperatures, you’ll be pleased to know that Winter are not always cloudy, icy and wet with freezing temperatures. Czech weather can be a little bit unpredictable in every season. Winter is usually always waited here by locals for it opens up the gateway for so many different activities. The wood we collect all year is put to use for a cosy, warm and mostly romantic evenings. The view is worth waiting for and Winter is real fun here . One way to describe weather in Czech Republic in a simplest of the words is
Snow and ice = unlimited outdoor fun
AT the height of winter it is freezing cold in most places in Czech Republic with The first snow usually arrives in November. The lowest temperatures can be from -5°C/20°F to -10°C/10°F, Its even less in higher elevations. January and February are expected to be the coldest time of the year. The first half of March is usually chilly and wet with temperatures below 10°C/50°F. There can still be snow in March.
What are the Most Popular winter activities in the Czech Republic?
Cold winters are a beautiful reality in most parts of the Czech Republic, so Czech people embrace them by partaking in fun activities. Some of the more popular winter activities include downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding and ice skating. Bohemia Adventures offer different activities during winter. Most popular among tourists being Hiking in Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland National park. During Winter for this national park becomes a fairyland during winter.
However, if none of those activities takes your fancy, then of course holing up in a cosy resort or spa provides a nice respite from the Czech winter. At Bohemia Adventures as much as we love to be outdoor having fun in nature we do like to spend time in a cosy thermal Bath to treat our body from cold winter. We have designed a tour just to do just that. The tour is called Saxon Switzerland Easy Tour and Unlimited Thermal Bath. This tour is a real treat for you and your family during cold weather with fun, pampering
and lots of relaxation to be had.
The Czech Republic Winter Vacation Ideas
Visiting the Czech Republic for an amazing nature experience, delicious meals, culture, or shopping can also be a memorable experience. You will have lots of fun as long as you’re dressed properly. Make sure to pack your winter coats, hats, warm socks, warm hand gloves and rainproof jackets.
- Some winter vacation ideas are to visit Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland National park for a winter fairyland tour located just 2 hours drive from Prague or taking a thermal bath tour along with an easy hike can be a real fun day.
- If you are into adventure sports as we are, we highly recommend you to try skiing or snowboarding this winter. If you are alien to these winter sports then don’t worry at all as there are lots of trained instructor to teach you everything you need to know. You will have a day full of fun and adventure in a safe and guided environment. The majority of our guides are trained instructor and we love winter sports here. Bohemia Adventures is planning to carry out a skiing and snowboarding tour along with other snow-based sports this winter so stay tuned and get in touch with us to plan a customised fun day.
Skiing in the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is known for its various ski destinations. The country’s ski resorts are picturesque, not to mention state-of-the-art, well maintained, and easy to access. There are about 301 ski resorts in the Czech Republic (Česká Republika). In the Czech Republic, you can look forward to around 692 Kilometre of slopes served by 911 ski lifts. Most of these ski resorts offer lessons and equipment hires so all you have to do is SAY YES TO BOHEMIA ADVENTURES and we can arrange a day full of fun for you and your family/friends/colleagues. You can find more information about skiing in the Czech by visiting Skiresort info to get a full list of all the ski resorts in the Czech Republic.