The start to the warm-up of the whole of the Czech Republic, June brings a summery essence along with itself. The weather may gradually become a little too warm for some people. However, most people welcome this heat, as the warmth is short-lived, especially in the city of Prague. In fact, several potential tourists plan to drop by the city only around June, only so that they are not chilled to death, while roaming the entire expanse of beauty.
June is packed with events, especially music festivals, showing the beginning of a month of merriment. Some of these musical fiestas are as follows: Prague Spring Music Festival, Prague Proms and Festival of Song. Along with those a religious festival, the Corpus Christi, is also celebrated. Among all of these, the Feast of the Five Roses is probably the most important and most recognized fiesta, taking place every third week of June in Český Krumlov. A night to revel in the glory of the town, the Feast of the Five Roses makes certain that the locals and the tourists are enjoying themselves, watching the plays, dramas, parades of people dressed in clothes from the era of the Renaissance, sword plays and much more. In addition to all of that, there are several stalls and markets that are started during this feast, allowing people to buy good products and memorandums.
Since the Czech Republic is quite warm around this time, it will be wise to pack some light clothes with you. For the men, a few pairs of their favorite shorts and a number of shirts should help. As for the women, a stack of light and airy sun dresses would be spot on.
With areas like Prague raining 17 out of 30 days, the weather is definitely worth relishing. However, sometimes, the heat could take its toll on the people residing in the cities. Sunshine hours go as long as 10 hours, making sure that the warmth of the sun has crept into everyone’s body. Generally, the last week of June is less harsh, in terms of the heated weather. It is then when many tourists decide to drop by and roam the whole of the Czech Republic.