Averages for Lake Como in June
Warm sunny days are part of the reason for Lake Como’s popularity in the summer months – even George Clooney holidays here.
June is a wonderful month for
visiting the towns surrounding Lake Como. Temperatures hit the high 20’s and
remain around a mild 10 degrees Celsius overnight. The humidity is at 66%, quite a bit
lower than other popular holiday destinations in Europe, so June is the perfect
time for exploring.
The Funicular Railway is not only a fun and alternative mode of transportation, it also provides easy access to Brunate, a town situated 500 metres above Como in the mountains. There are many picturesque resting spots for enjoying a picnic and plenty of viewing platforms to gaze down over Como. June boasts less than one day of fog so visitors may even be able to see all the way to Milan.
With gelato shops being dotted throughout almost all Lake Como towns, an ice cream is a great way to cool down. The San Remo Bar in Bellagio is a hot spot and even entertains visitors with live music on summer evenings.
Whether travellers choose to return to the lake’s shore, or stay up in nearby Brunate, there’s a huge choice of accommodation. The Hotel Engadina charges a very reasonable £50 per night for rooms near to the lake, while the similarly priced Locanda Milano in Brunate provides comfortable lodgings overlooking the tiny towns below.