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The climate of Cesky Krumlov: when to go to Cesky

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The town of Cesky Krumlov is located along the Vltava valley in southern Bohemia in a hilly area along the banks of the river. Due to the location of the town in the center of continental Europe, the climate of Cesky Krumlov is temperate continental. In the area of this city the seasons are four and well differentiated, with cold and dry winters and hot and humid summers.

As for the temperatures of Cesky Krumlov, the summer months from May to August are the rainiest and hottest months with average maximum summer temperatures of 27 ° C-25 ° C. While the months from December to February are the coldest, with minimum temperatures often below freezing. The average minimum winter temperatures vary between -5 ° C in January and -3 ° C in December.

In the Cesky Krumlov region, the rains are not abundant, the relatively rainiest months are those of summer, between June and August, while the winter is particularly dry, but also cold. The annual average of rainfall is just over 400 mm. In winter, snowfalls are quite frequent, snow usually falls in the months between December and March.


The spring and summer months are the best seasons for a visit to Cesky Krumlov, in these months the city has longer days and milder temperatures.

Cesky Krumlov: an enchanting historical center along the Vltava.


CESKY KRUMLOV (492 meters)
Month Average low (°C) Average high (°C) Precip. (mm) Precip. days
January -5 8 18
February -4 8 18
March -1 10 18
April 3 14 27
May 9 21 48
June 12 25 54
July 15 27 68
August 15 26 55
September 10 21 31
October 5 14 33
November 1 5 20
December -3 4 21
YEAR 411

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