The temperatures average 1 C (33 F) with lows of -1 C (30 F) and highs of 5 (41 F).
So, what to wear?
- Bring warm clothes, scarf, beanie, gloves, boots, well, the list goes on.
But besides the cold, Prague has a lot to offer. We brought a few events that we found very appealing.
Events in February 2020
Český Ples (Czech Ball)
When: 1st of February
Where: Municipal House, Rebublic Square 5, Prague 1
Start February enjoying the atmosphere of the most famous Czech ball. Taking place at the impressive Municipal House, this noble event gathers outstanding Czech personalities and celebrities, artists and a marvelous ball.
Of course that such a glamorous night comes at a price. Tickets are being sold for 14 000 czk, approx 550 EUR. You do enjoy a very high standard service and delicacies as well some beautiful people around you.
Prague Symphony Orchestra FOK: Absolute Tribute to Beethoven
When: 5th & 6th of February 2020
Where: Municipal House, Republic Square 5, Prague 1
Beethoven would be turning 250 years in 2020. Despite being an impossible date to achieve, there are not that many names in history that are known to all after two and a half centuries. Hence, these two evenings will be fully dedicated to the composer.
Tickets from 300 CZK to 600 CZK can be bought here
When: 6th to 9th of February
Where: Prague Congress Centre, 5. května 65, Prague 4.
Tickets: from 1190 CZK
The Broadway global phenomenon that smashed box offices around the world arrives in Prague, bringing five of the most brilliant illusionists on earth with mind blowing spectacular jaw dropping show.
When: 7th to 9th of February
Where: O2 Universum, Českomoravská 17, Prague 9
Entry Fees: from 690 CZK
An international festival dedicated to comics, video games, board games, films, books art and costumes.
Meets with film stars, video game champions and a whole legion of comic lovers.
Valentine’s Day in Prague
When: 14th of February 2020
Where: varied Locations
Prague’s romantic flair reaches its top on Valentine’s Day. Hotels such as Appia Hotel Residences put on special packages, romantic boat dinners, a walk in the cold night and concerts, ballet and theatre are all great options to spend with your other half.
Grand Restaurant Festival 2020
When: 15th of January – 28th of February
Where: Restaurants around Prague
A culinary feast for foodies that makes it possible for anyone who's interested in gourmet dining to visit the best and often more expensive restaurants. Enjoy specialties from the finest and most interesting restaurants from Maurer's Grand Restaurant Guide at special festival prices.
St Matthew’s Fair
When: 22nd of February – 13th of April
Opening hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Where: Prague Holesovice Exhibition Centre
A very traditional fair for the family, bringing 120 attractions and rides for the young and adults. The oldest reference to the St Matthew’s fair dates back to the 16th century and it is the most popular fair in the Czech Republic.
Stay at the hotel Belvedere and walk to the fair. Rates starting from 50 Eur.
Masopust Festival 2020
When: 25th of February
Where: Streets of Prague
The Czech version of carnival and Mardi Grass, the Masopust festival dates back to the 13th century and it means “Meat fast” celebrating the end of the winter, the fertility of spring and to bring happiness.
People dressed on costumes will be drinking, eating and dancing. There is an annual parade, but the locations are still to be confirmed.
When: 29th of February
Where: O2 Arena, Prague 9.
Tickets: from 1790 CZK
The bat eater rock ‘n roll legend is back to Prague on his “No More Tours 2” Tour. A guest from Judas Priest will also feature next to the super star.
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Written by Mauricio Schuler