Prague in February

Weather in Prague in February incl. tips on things to do in Prague in February

February is another of the colder months, during which Prague's streets can be covered with a dusting of snow, and occasionally drifts. And believe us, the sight of snowy Prague is really worth it! At the same time, taking a trip to Prague this month brings with it some significant advantages, such as smaller crowds - you'll have even the most popular sights more or less to yourself. Even with school spring break, Prague residents like to get out of the city and into the mountains, and it's a rather less touristy month. However, that certainly doesn't mean there's nothing to do in Prague. On the contrary! Whether you want to visit Prague as an activity or as a cultural trip, there are plenty of options.

Prague in February

Weather in Prague in February

In the Czech Republic, the February weather is associated with a lot of folk proverbs (weather wisdoms) that mention frost or snow. And that's no coincidence - the down coats are far from coming off. Although it's officially the last month of winter, the weather in Prague in February is not much different from the previous January. Temperatures hover around zero and often drop into the minus degrees, humidity is about 82 percent, and snowfall is no exception. Although the snow usually doesn't last and melts right away. Especially near the Vltava River, the cold is more intense and "creeps under the skin". That's why it's not a bad idea to pack functional underwear, warm tights and gloves with a hat. But you probably won't need an umbrella. The weather in February in Prague is the driest of the whole year, according to statistics it rains just over five days a month. And as the days get longer, so does the sunshine! The sun rises around 7.30am and sets around 5pm, an hour later at the end of the month. 

Temperatures in Prague in February

Spring is just around the corner, but temperatures in Prague in February are not to be underestimated. According to the statistics, they regularly drop to - 4 °C (- 4 °F) and peak at 2.7 °C (2.7 °F). There have been years when temperatures in Prague in February were on average higher than in spring March. Inversions are also relatively early.

Things to do in Prague in February

DOX Contemporary Art Gallery (
Head to a former factory in Prague's Holešovice district to see some of the top contemporary art in Prague. There you will find an interesting multifunctional space with exhibitions and guided tours. You can also pop into a stylish café. 

Hurricane Factory (
Try flying in a wind simulator. In a special suit and under the guidance of an instructor. You'll soar through air currents of up to 270 km/h. 

Skate in the centre of Prague (
Put on your skates and hit the ice! Since December, many places in the centre of Prague have ice surfaces, and you can often rent skates on the spot. If you prefer warmth and inline skating, try the indoor rink at PVA Letňany. 

Enjoy spa treatments on a boat (
Warm up in a classic Finnish sauna on one of the boats moored at Rašín's Náplavka. You will have a view directly over Hradčany. There is an outdoor cooling tub with a shower, as well as an outdoor heated pool with warm water. 

Sightseeing walk
Take advantage of the low tourist season and head to the grounds of Prague Castle and climb the tower of St. Vitus Cathedral. Continue along Nerudova Street to Lesser Town Square and on to Charles Bridge. Stop at the Lennon Wall, in the adjacent Kampa Park with the lowest street, Čertovka Street. Then head back to the bridge and end your trip in Old Town Square, perhaps in one of the pleasant cafés. 

Tip: An overview of interesting events taking place in Prague throughout the year can be found HERE.