Berlin Weather June Averages, Germany
What's the weather like in Berlin in June
In the capital city of Germany, summer hits in full force come June with increasing warming temperatures and rainfall amounts. Berlin has lots to offer visitors of all ages, with numerous theaters, museums, and indoor and outdoor attractions to suit every taste. The city is also known for amazing food and its incredible nightlife scene.
This month has the longest days of the entire year, with over 11 hours of daylight on average each day.
With that amount of sunshine, you'll have plenty of time to see lots of sights during the day and still have daylight leftover to enjoy a nice meal on a local restaurant's patio or deck. The average daily temperature for this month is 17°C (about 63°F), a great temperature for being out and about. During the evening hours, the lows drop down to 12°C (around 54°F), still warm enough to hit up the bars and clubs after the sun goes down.
The daytime highs jump up to a near-perfect 22°C (about 72°F), so you'll definitely want to get outside and enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures. Your suitcase should include warm-weather clothing like shorts and short-sleeved shirts, as well as a light jacket or sweater for the evening hours when it cools down. You'll also want a sturdy pair of walking shoes for traveling around the city.
This month is the rainiest out of the whole year, with 71 mm of rain falling, similar to the nearby town of Lubars. The chance of rain on any given day is 40 percent and there are 14 days of rain across the month on average. With those chances, you'll want to bring along an umbrella or poncho to stay dry while you sightsee. Fortunately, the city doesn't experience much in the way of severe weather, even during the heaviest rainstorms.
Berlin Hotels for June
Housed in a historic building in the heart of Berlin, Louisa's Place makes guests feel right at home with tasteful décor and friendly service. All of the rooms are suites with hardwood floors, two satellite televisions, heated bathroom floors and fully-equipped kitchens. Guests also enjoy an indoor pool to swim in the June heat, on-site restaurant, wellness area with spa and fitness center, and shopping and laundry services.
At the Casa Camper Berlin Mitte, you'll be surrounded by tasteful and chic décor. All of the 51 rooms come with turndown service, king beds and large bathrooms with natural light. The suites have additional space with separate living room areas and spacious sleeping areas. On the roof, you'll find Tentempie, a bar and restaurant that's open 24 hours a day, serving drinks and snacks along with incredible views of the city.
Full of history, the Hotel de Rome is housed in the former headquarters of the Dresdner Bank. The cashier's hall has been transformed into the hotel's grand ballroom and the jewelry vault is now the indoor pool. You can choose from one of the large rooms or upgrade to the suites with even more space for everyone. The tile bathrooms have mosaics throughout and high-end luxury bath products for you to indulge yourself.
Bars and Restaurants
Berlin Burger International
If you're looking for a good old fashioned hamburger, look no further than Berlin Burger International. The burgers are huge and the prices are small, so it's a great choice for budget-minded travelers looking for excellent value. Don't miss the perfectly seasoned curly fries to go with your burger. You order from a counter at this self-service restaurant and can eat-in or take your food to go back to your hotel room.
Mustafa's Gemuese Kebab
Offering good food real fast, Mustafa's Gemuese Kebab offers guests a selection of Middle Eastern, Turkish and vegetarian dishes. This tiny food station serves up some of the best kabobs in all of Germany and even Europe. There is no seating, so expect to eat standing up or take your food to go. Thanks to the food stand's popularity, you should also expect to wait in line, but it's totally worth it for the amazing flavors.
Sucre et Sel
A cozy French bistro that sits just north of the main downtown area of Berlin, Sucre et Sel is the perfect place for a quiet and delicious meal with friends or on a date. It's conveniently located near the well-known Circus Hotel, as well as numerous other places to stay. The restaurant's menu is full of French and Mediterranean dishes like duck, ratatouille, steak tartar and goat cheese plates. Be sure to save room for the crème brulee for dessert too.
Things to do in Berlin in June
One of the most well-known border checkpoints in the world, Checkpoint Charlie was a crossing point for East and West Berlin. Here, you can see a replica of a U.S. Army guardhouse and visit Café Alder, where many journalists and spies met during the Cold War. The nearby Haus am Checkpoint Charlie is a museum that houses many historical artifacts and memorabilia. It's worth a stop to appreciate and honor the history.
Berlin's Holocaust Memorial
For a look at a somber part of Germany's history, visit Berlin's Holocaust Memorial, dedicated to all the Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide during World War II. The venue also houses an underground information center where you can find details about the victims buried in the memorial, and other pertinent or relevant records covering the horrifying details of the Holocaust.
International Aerospace Exhibition and Conference
The month of June means it's time for the popular biennial event, the International Aerospace Exhibition and Conference, also known as the Berlin Air Show. At the air show, you'll get to see both commercial and military air craft and experience a live flight show. Numerous exhibitors are on hand providing information about the aviation industry and you can also enjoy food from local food trucks.