Weather Averages for Krakow in November
Averages for Krakow in November
Temperatures continue to plummet in November in Krakow, Poland, with the average temperature being a lowly 3°C, comprised of a high of 5°C and low of 0°C. The sea temperature somehow remains high at 28°C, and the rainfall remains low, for Krakow, at 40mm over 15 days. Humidity reaches a high of 90% and sunshine hours are nine per day.
If the weather isn’t up to much, Krakow makes up for it with things to do, and November has a number of events to enjoy. There is the Zaduski Jazz Festival at the start of the month, and the Audio Art Festival in the middle of the month. This showcases modern audio art in various venues including the Goethe Institute. Finally, there is Krakow’s Christmas Market, which continues throughout December, and marks the start of the seasonal festivities. It takes place around the Main Market Square of Rynek Glowny, and features carol singing, hot food and dancing, among other things.
A holiday is not complete without a good place to stay, and the Queen Boutique Hotel may be that place. There are 24 double rooms, six penthouse rooms and an apartment. The design is elegant and modern, and the en-suite bathrooms are complete with heated floors, gowns and slippers. The onsite restaurant means you can eat from the comfort of the hotel without having to leave to find somewhere suitable in the town, while the Spa will make you feel more relaxed than you have in years.
November events in Krakow
Independence Day Poland
11th November 2014
Independence Day commemorates Poland's restoration of independence on 1918 after 123 years of partitions and rule by Russia. Most Polish people spend this day at home with their families.
Audio Art Festival
14th November 2014 to 16th November 2014
Audio Art Festival is an integration of sound and visual art. It appears in the form of concert, performance and installation. Audio Art is a "one person art": composer, designer and performer unify the whole process of art creation.
ETIUDA&ANIMA International Film Festival
21st November 2014 to 27th November 2014
This is the oldest and most ambitious film Festival in Poland which juxtaposes the achievements of students of film and art schools from all over the world, as well as works of fine-art animation films creators.
30th November 2014
A time of fasting and prayer and of spiritual preparation for Christmas. Christians relate to the old testament patriarchs who were Christ's ancestors, so some call the first advent candle that of hope.