Prague trees are starting to change to a yellowish colour, and locals and tourists are still enjoying the outdoors. Bars, beer gardens and restaurants are all very popular at any time of the day.
The morning is cool and fresh normally followed by a sunny and warm afternoon. Evenings can have a cold breeze. Dressing shorts for the day, jeans and a windbreaker for the evening would cover most of the situations September holds. Ah, have an umbrella in hands, just in case. Autumn in Prague may reserve some surprises.
But, WHAT CAN YOU DO IN PRAGUE IN SEPTEMBER:
Besides taking a walk to see any of the amazing buildings landmarks and parks, there are a few events that are very interesting to have a closer look.
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September is well-known and celebrated in Czech for the wine harvest season. From small villages like Karlstejn to the Prague Castle, wine festivals are pumping bringing the traditional Czech wines and the young wine, or Burčák, which is an almost soft drink version of a wine, but don’t get it wrong, still pretty alcoholic.
When: The whole month
Where: Varied locations – Our favorites:
Wine Tasting at the Castle Gardens (14th and 15th of September) & Karlstejn Vinobrany (28th & 29th of September)
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DVOŘAK PRAGUE FESTIVAL
The traditional International Music Festival is back once again bringing international and Czech artists to celebrate Dvořak and Czech culture.
This year's event will be held over 16 days, with 19 concerts featuring Dvořak, Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Bach and others.
When: 1st – 23rd of September
Where: Prague National Theatre.
VEGAN FESTIVAL VYSEHRAD
The 8th year of the vegan food festival brings to Vyšehrad an event dedicated to larger view of sustainable and self-sufficient lifestyle. Lectures and workshops on permaculture, zero waste, ecological buildings, healthy food and of course, a lot of food.
When: 29th & 30th of September
Where: Vyšehrad Castle
ST WENCESLAS MARKETS
Just like Christmas, but with Autumn touches, the St Wenceslas Markets are open daily from 10 AM until 10 PM.
When: 14th - 28th of September
Where: Republic Square & Wenceslas Square
There are lots more happening in Prague in September, if you want to learn more, visit our social media accounts.
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Written by Mauricio Schuler