Hot weather in Prague continues

The tropical weather in Prague continues. Yesterday the highest temperature (37.3 ˚C = 99.1 ˚F) measured in Prague tried to attack the temperature record of 37.8 ˚C (100 ˚F) that has ever been measured in the Czech Republic since 1775.

People in Prague suffer from hot weather, as the air is warmed up by the heated asphalt as well. Temperatures inside trams and buses may reach up to 50 ˚C (122 ˚F), which makes travelling rather unbearable. Travellers, who have problems with thermoregulation, are recommended to use metro, where the temperature is constant.

For those who want to go swimming in Prague, there are many options to go. Outdoor swimming pools can be found in Podoli (from metro station Karlovo namesti by trams 3, 16, 17 and 21 to stop Kublov) or in the area of O2 Zlute Lazne (from metro station Karlovo namesti by trams 3, 16, 17, 21 to stop Dvorce). A manmade beach at the Vltava river is situated at Smichov district (next to the Botel Admiral).

Apostolic Residence Hotel

Situated on Old Town Square, you can admire unique historical sights from your window.

U Tri Capu Hotel

Luxury 5-star near attractive tourist sights and renowned restaurants.