Berlin Weather April Averages, Germany
What's the weather like in Berlin in April
The capital city of Germany, Berlin is one of the highest populated cities in Germany, as well as Western Europe. It draws people from all over the world with its eclectic collection of culture, history, art and sports. Visitors of all ages and backgrounds will find plenty to do in this exciting city. In April, spring finally comes on the scene with warm temperatures and steady rainfall. The clouds start to dissipate somewhat and the sun co...
What's the weather like in Berlin in April
The capital city of Germany, Berlin is one of the highest populated cities in Germany, as well as Western Europe. It draws people from all over the world with its eclectic collection of culture, history, art and sports. Visitors of all ages and backgrounds will find plenty to do in this exciting city. In April, spring finally comes on the scene with warm temperatures and steady rainfall. The clouds start to dissipate somewhat and the sun comes out to warm you up as you explore the city.
The days also get significantly longer, giving you plenty of time to get out and see the sights. You can expect around nine hours of sunshine each day, so be sure to take advantage and spend some time outside.
You'll still want to have the umbrella handy, with nearly 41 mm of rain falling across the month. The city sees around 13 days of rain over the course of the month, so you'll have a good chance of getting mostly dry days during your stay.
As you're packing for your trip to Berlin this month, you can leave the heavy winter coat at home, with an average daily temperature of 9°C (around 48°F). That average temperature is a large increase from March, jumping up five degrees. During the evening and overnight hours, you'll see temperatures dropping down to 4°C (about 39°F). If you'll be out and about during this time, be sure to bring a jacket or coat.
During the warmest parts of the day, the high temperature reaches up to 13°C (about 55°F). With the sun shining, you'll feel pretty warm with a jacket or coat and shouldn't need winter gear like hats, gloves and scarves. Still bring along the long-sleeved shirts and trousers though to layer as the temperature varies throughout the day.
Berlin Hotels for April
Hotel Pension Columbus
Described as cosy and elegant and located on the west side of Berlin, Hotel Pension Columbus consistently ranks high as a budget-friendly and comfortable hotel. The simply-decorated rooms are clean and homely. Each room faces into the inner courtyard, away from the street, so you can have a peaceful and quiet stay.
The ArtHotel Connection offers stylish, arty rooms and fabulous friendly service. Hotel amenities include free Wi-Fi and a tasty free breakfast anytime all the way to 4 pm. The recently-renovated rooms have flat-screen televisions, DVD players, iPod docks and laptop safes. When you stay at the ArtHotel, you'll also enjoy a central location to enjoy your April trip close to numerous attractions, restaurants, pubs and retail stores.
Hotel am Steinplatz Autograph Collection
A part of the Marriot family of hotels, the Hotel am Steinplatz Autograph Collection offers high-end accommodations with thoughtful amenities. The 84 guest rooms and suites at this boutique hotel all come with featherbed mattresses, soundproof windows and marble bathrooms with robes and high-end bath products. As a guest, you can access the on-site luxury spa, relax in the sauna or work out in the fitness centre.
Bars and Restaurants
A quaint bistro serving up French and European fare, Papilles is a unique dining experience in Berlin. The restaurant has no set menu, but rather your waiter describes that day's dishes to you. Some of the chef's specialties include lamb shank, salmon burger, oysters and the crème brulee for dessert. The simple and understated dining room is the perfect place to indulge in the yummy food for a date night or night out with friends.
Bringing a taste of Italy to Germany, Focaccino has a menu full of amazing Italian dishes prepared by the chef who hails from Sicily. While here, you can indulge in dishes like thin crust pizzas, handmade pastas and handpicked wines that perfectly complement the food. If you have a gluten allergy or intolerance, the menu also includes several gluten-free options so you can also enjoy the delicious pasta.
Ristorante a Mano
Consistently ranking as one of the top restaurants in Berlin, Ristorante a Mano is a classy establishment, perfect for a quiet and delicious night out. All the food is carefully prepared by the classically-trained chef and includes influences from Italian, Mediterranean and European cuisines. Along with amazing food, you'll get incredible service from the friendly, helpful and experienced staff at this high-class restaurant.
Things to do in Berlin in April
Being situated in a country with a rich and varied past, Berlin prides itself on showing off that history at the Pergamon Museum. It features three museums—the Museum of the Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Museum of the Ancient Near East and the Museum of Islamic Art—all located in a three-wing complex. The museum has recently undergone major renovations, creating an even nicer place to appreciate history.
When holidaying in Berlin, be sure to visit the Berlin Philharmonic and experience the beauty of classical music that will send shivers down your spine. Shows are available almost every day of the week and recent performers include both German and international musicians. If you want a behind-the-scenes look, go on the tour of the beautiful venue and learn about the history of the building and what goes on behind the curtain.
It's hard to miss the historic building Berliner Fernsehturm, also known as the Berlin TV Tower. Rising over 365 metres high above the city, it's the tallest building in Berlin. From the top observation deck, you will enjoy panoramic views of the city and the warm April air. If you want to take the whole experience to the next level, make reservations at the revolving restaurant and bar located at the top of the tower.