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Weather

The Central European continental climate
consists of long, hot summers and cold,
snowy winters. The best time for cycling is
between April and October.
In the summer months it can get quite hot.
Bear in mind that it will be cooler on the
mountain tours at this time. May June and
September are generally good months to
take advantage of the cooler, but still warm weather.

Dates 2018:



Self-guided tours:
Every day from April
to the end of October
Guided tour:
June 10-16
Sept 13-19
 (Incl. Wine Festival in Melnik) 
  Send us an email for custom guided tours in different dates.

Crowds

It must be noted that, according to the tourism calendar, the
first two weeks in August are when most people go for their
holidays. Generally July and August are the busiest months. We
mention this with regard to seeing cultural monuments and
UNESCO protected areas with greater ease and with less people
around.

Cultural Events

You might wish to adjust the times of your tour to coincide with
the following festivals and cultural events:

Prague

International Prague Spring Music Festival (11 May–2 June 2017) - International music festival featuring orchestral and theatre series, church concerts, recitals, morning concerts chamber music and symphony orchestras.
http://www.festival.cz/en/

Khamoro (28 May -3 June, 2017) - Roma Festival strives to show the richness and complexity of Roma culture and traditions. The festival is divided into 3 sections - professional, cultural and media. The festival strives on the one hand to present Roma culture, art and traditions as an integral part of Czech, European and world culture.
http://www.khamoro.cz

Beer Festival (11 - 27 May, 2017)

Prague Food Festival (26-28 May, 2017)

United Islands (22 - 25 June, 2017)- rock, pop, indie, electro, world, folk & jazz music

Bohemia Jazz Fest (11-12 July, 2017)

Prague Autumn (12 September - 1 October 2017) - International music festival.
http://www.strunypodzimu.cz/en

Melnik

Melnik Wine Festival (15-17 September 2017) - Traditional wine celebrations, program of events taking place on three stages (main country and historical stage), arts and crafts,Procession led by Charles IV, firework display
http://www.vinobranimelnik.cz/galerie/detail/12

Dresden

Karl-May-Festtage Radebeul (26 - 28 May 2017) - Historical camps, shows, stunts and action, folkmusic and bluegrass.
http://www.karl-may-fest.de/

International Dixieland Festival (May 14-21, 2017) - Over 65 venues with more than 28 bands and solo performers from 11 countries. Dresden sings and swings like crazy.
http://www.dixielandfestival-dresden.com/

Elbhangfest (23 - 25 June 2017)
http://www.elbhangfest.de/

Moritzburg Festival (August 5 - 20, 2017) - One of the world's most prestigious chamber music festivals. The festival takes place in Moritzburg Castle near Dresden every August. During two weeks soloists from all over the world concentrate on works of chamber music and perform them in concerts at the end.

Dresden Music Festival (18 May -18 June 2017) - Classical music/ ballet Germany's biggest classical music festival. Concerts feature international stars and Dresden's top ensembles inthe city's most exquisite palaces, theatres, fine rooms and churches.
http://www.musikfestspiele.com/en/music-festival/

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