Weather Averages for Krakow in September
Averages for Krakow in September
Temperatures start to go down again in September in Krakow, Poland, with the average temperature 14°C, with a high of 19°C and low of 9°C. The sea, however, ties with June as hottest of the year at 31°C, and rainfall decreases sharply to 50mm over 14 days, making it the driest month since May. Humidity makes up for it though by increasing to 80%, but there are 11 hours of sunshine per day to enjoy, and that makes September the sunniest month until April.
Krakow has the Sacrum Profanum Festival in September, which features classical music concerts at the city’s Philharmonic Hall. Visitors should also see the Botanical Gardens, which also includes water features and beautiful monuments, as well as an onsite observatory. September is the last month it is open until May and there is no admission fee.
The website of Hotel Grodek claims it is one of the most luxurious hotels the town has to offer. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, the hotel fuses together modern luxury and old world charm and also boasts a restaurant to keep guests full and happy. The hotel is a two minute walk from the market square, so the hotel enjoys excellent proximity and quiet seclusion. There is also a sauna and massage service.
September events in Krakow
Sacrum Profanum Festival
14th September 2014 to 20th September 2014
Sacrum Profanum is a festival that presents the music of the 20th century. It connects classical with other styles and types of music.
26th September 2014
Organizers of this event put together a programme of events, workshops, activities, competitions, talks and more across the region, to show just how much fun science can really be.