7th WORLD ENGINEERS CONVENTION 2023, CZECH REPUBLIC
The Czech Republic provides an excellent example of European diversity: in one small area, a number of completely diverse regions come together, all easily within reach of one another. There are thermal springs in the west, mountains and remarkable "rock towns" in the north, a wistful landscape of fishponds in the south, and sunny vineyards in the southeast. Add to this the historical towns, unique castles and chateaux, spas with centuries of tradition, thousands of kilometres of excellently marked trails for hikers and cyclists, and great opportunities for business meetings.
Those who want to get to know the Czech Republic more thoroughly, would benefit from setting out on a journey through the other beauties of the country, where an expedition into history, a wander through nature and a challenge on the golf course or a relaxing spa await. Quite simply, experiences that will never be forgotten...
Weather in late summer/early autumn in Prague is usually absolutely fine and beautiful. Some of the bluest skies and crispest air are in September and October. So, it's a great time to visit. Average temperatures in June are between 17° and 19°C and in September between 14° and 17°C.