And many of those on it are carrying watering cans and rakes, heading to or returning from their garden colony or chata.
The busking scene heats up throughout the Czech capital in early March & April, culminating in a June busking festival.
Not the most welcome aspect of the spring season, but at least a reprieve from the toe-stubbing, frozen winter variety?
Clothes get skimpy overnight and socks may accompany sandals (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
Guerilla gardeners and community plotters are already hard at work at Kokoza, Prazelenina, Vrsovicka Zahrada, and Zahrada Smetanka.
The blink-and-miss-it bear garlic season is from early April; also when Prague restaurants begin sending out white asparagus.
Farmer’s markets, cyclists, and boaters can be spotted on both sides of the river, outdoor venues like Containall, Stalin, Žluté lázně open for the season.
May 1 sees couples kissing beneath the cherry blossoms, the green buds of which herald the arrival of spring.
Czechs do love a good winter ice cream, but the number of people flocking to točená zmrzlina and gelato joints is a sure sign of spring’s arrival.
Official opening dates for beer gardens come in late March/early April; some tips for where to raise your first glass of the season.