Prague, the mother of cities as Czechs like to call their capital, is showing one of its most beautiful faces in October. Even though mornings and evenings get a little chilly, the days still stay perfectly warm and sunny. As long as the sun shines, beer gardens and street cafes invite to enjoy a warm cup of tea of coffee on heated terraces – who would say no? On top of that, Prague will please your eye with all possible shades of red, yellow, brown or orange as this is the best season to take your autumn photos. So Czech out things to do in Prague in October!
Czech out local pubs
Let’s be frank – we all love good food and good service. Good food can be found almost everywhere in Prague, but what about the service? As an experienced traveler you know very well that restaurants on big plazas are a big no no, so ask your guide where the best local spots are.
Czech out the famous Designblok
Even though Czechs don’t enjoy the same image as Parisians when it comes to fashion, there is a new generation of young talented designers who annually present their latest trends at the iconic Designblok which takes place on a different spot in Prague every year in October. And it’s always a cool spot! You can’t miss this big new-age vanity fair!
Czech out the Interiors of the Prague Castle
An important local tip for the Prague Castle visit: Go off season to avoid crowds and always take a good wind protection. Should you not have it, get a guide and visit some of the most impressive interiors of the largest castle complex in the world as it is mostly the stories which make this traditional seat of Czech kings alive. Should you wish to be completely on your own, take the legendary Prague Castle Night tour and rule the place!
Czech out Alchemist’s Bubbles
For all lovers of bubbles – no matter if in a form of Bohemia sekt or in a whirlpool, you deserve to be treated by the stunning spa centre of the Alchemist hotel. Located in the Romanesque cellars of the Lesser Town, this place unites beauty, history and pleasure.
Should you be around on the 28th October, don’t forget to join the celebrations of the D-Day of Czech Statehood as this was the day when this country won, for the first time in history, their fight for freedom and democracy in 1918. So… Prague is busy in October, isn’t it?