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Geography and Climate in Olomouc

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Olomouc is a city in Moravia, in the eastern part of the Czech Republic, one of the fastest growing cities in the state, a major military-industrial, educational and tourist center of the region. The city is known primarily for its unique architecture, squares, fountains and sculpture of the 18th century. According to the latest data, about 100 thousand people lived in Olomouc, this is one of the few Czech cities in which a stable population growth is observed.

There is no direct connection with any of the Russian cities of Olomouc, all shipments to the city are carried out via domestic routes of the Czech Republic. Olomouc has long been considered one of the most important transport hubs in the Czech Republic, so many road and rail links run either through the city or near it.

Prague is the main starting point for tourists, traveling to Olomouc. The distance between the two cities along the shortest highway route is 280 kilometers. Such a segment of the journey is most quickly overcome by train, flights depart every day with an interval of 30-40 minutes. Travel time in this case will not exceed 3 hours.

You can also leave the capital of the Czech Republic on a comfortable bus, charter flights sent by the tour operator Olomouc meet European standards not only in safety and speed, but also in the level of service ... The longer travel time is compensated by watching films and excellent passenger service.

The fastest way to get to Olomouc is from Brno - the city is 79 kilometers away. The train from the second largest city in the Czech Republic will go to Olomouc in about an hour and a half. Which cannot but rejoice the distance between cities by road is covered by tourist buses in exactly the same time.

The climate prevailing in Olomouc can be characterized as a moderate continental type. There are never serious frosts here, the seasons smoothly replace each other without weather anomalies and a huge amount of precipitation. All precipitation occurs in the off-season, so the summer is warm here, and the winter is cool and snowless.

The warmest month of the year is July, the daytime air temperature in the shade is kept at +23 ° C these days, days are not uncommon when this figure is slightly higher. The relative humidity in summer is 50%, so especially hot days are felt much stronger than in regions with higher humidity.

In winter, the average temperature in the coldest month, January, is 0 ° С, the subzero temperature here is already considered cold, but at night frosts down to -4 ° С can occur. Snow falls no more than three or four times a winter, so the city is popular among tourists, regardless of the season.


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