The Central European continental climate
consists of long, hot summers and cold,
snowy winters. The best time for cycling
tours 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
must be noted that, according to 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
protected areas with greater ease and with
day from April
to the end of October
Hora Silver Festival)
us an email for custom guided
tours in different dates.
You might wish to adjust the times of your tour to coincide with
and cultural events:
Festival of Sacred Music (9 - 23.4.2017)-international
music festival. Six concerts at Easter time devoted
solely to sacred music.
Brno (April, May and September 2017) http://www.jazzfestbrno.cz/en/
- City in the Center of Europe (May-June 2017)
- Festival of fun under Spilberk and Veveri Castles
in Brno. Includes: International fireworks competition IGNIS
BRUNENSIS (26 May- 25 June 2017); MUSEUM
NIGHT (20 May 2017) presentation of Brno Museums
and galleries. CHURCH NIGHT (9 June
Moraviae (3-29 June 2017) This international
music festival offers the opportunity to travel around
the various châteaux and churches of South Moravia
and the Highlands listening to music. The programme
is subtitled “Shakespeare, Beethoven and the Czech
Quartet Tradition”, and includes about thirty concert
at The Old City Hall (June-September 2017)
The Old City Hall comes alive with culture in the summer.
Its rich and colourful programme consisting of concerts,
theatre, a literary programme, (video) art and open-air
cinema takes place outdoors in its courtyard
Guitar Festival (August 2017) 25th Annual
International Guitar Festival which is considered to
be one of the most important festivals of its genre
in Central Europe
International Music Festival Spilberk (13-27
August 2017) - Music Festival in the grounds of Spilberk
castle in Brno.
Brno (October, 2017) - International Music
and Theatre Festival – 5th prestigious biennale dedicated
to Leoš Janáček
Silver Festival / Royal Silvering of Kutna Hora (24
- 26 June, 2017) - Gothic celebration based on life in
the town in the the 14th and the 15th centuries. Historical
sword fighting, handcraft presentations and costumed parades
bring this town
Hora International Music Festival (3 - 11
Wenceslas Festival (30 September 2017) - Funfest,
folk, country and modern music, handicraft markets,
wine tasting, fireworks.
Jazz (19 - 22 April 2017) - International
jazz festival in the beautiful Tyl house.
Fest (7 - 28 May 2017) - Annual classical
music festival paying tribute to the Czech composer
555 (18 - 20 August 2017) - Annual multi-genre
summer festival – music, theatre, fireworks.
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.
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.
Festival (11 - 27 May, 2017)
Food Festival (26-28 May, 2017)
Islands (22 - 25 June, 2017)- rock, pop, indie,
electro, world, folk & jazz music
Jazz Fest (11-12 July, 2017)
Autumn (12 September - 1 October 2017) - International