Budapest Weather July Averages, Hungary
What's the weather like in Budapest in July
July in Budapest, Hungary, is the hottest month of the year, a fact that, ultimately, attracts a record number of visitors to the city every year. The longer days mean that you can take the opportunity to do much more sightseeing.
The average daily temperature is 21°C, which is by far the highest average temperature of the yeara href="http://www.holiday-weather.com/budapest/averages/august/">August has the same average temperature, while June is the third warmest month with an average of 19°C. During the day, the temperatures reach average highs around 26°C and at night, they sink to a comfortable average low of 16°C. Both high and low temperatures rise a little bit in the course of the month, respectively from 26°C to 27°C and from 15°C to 16°C. This is definitely the peak of summer in Budapest.
July is also characterised by very long days. June may be the longest month of the year in terms of day length, but July isn't too far behind. July 1 is the longest day of the month with 15.53 daylight hours and July 31 is the shortest with 14.58 hours of daylight. Additionally, this is also the clearest month of the whole year. Cloud cover in July ranges around 66% and doesn't vary much throughout the month. July 12, with a cloud cover of 65%, is historically the least cloudy day of the year.
Very long days and minimal cloud cover result in an abundance of sunshine in July. Each day has 14 hours of sunshine on average, which is the annual maximum. When considering that a day in July is between, say, 15 and 16 hours long, it can be concluded that the days are gloriously sunny this time of year.
Rain tends to fall across 12 days this month, with an average precipitation of 40mm. The probability that rainfall occurs decreases in the course of the month, though. July 1 is the wettest day of the month with a chance of rainfall of 53%; July 31 is the driest day with a 46% chance of rainfall. The most likely type of precipitation in the height of summer is thunderstorms. They are observed on no less than 47% of the days with rainfall. Moderate rain and light rain are common as well, respectively occurring on 33% and 19% of the rainy days.
Since it's pretty hot, take some light clothes suitable for summers and don't forget to take sun cream for those hours spent walking about in the sun. Sudden spells of rain can come about, so taking an umbrella with you, just in case, would be a good idea. Warm summer evenings can also be enjoyed.
Budapest Hotels for July
Without question one of the grandest accommodations in Budapest, the Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal is a five-star hotel located near the Theatre District. It is easily one of the most luxurious hotels in the city, featuring world-class restaurants, spa treatments and comfort. Facilities are overwhelmingly abundant and include, but are by no means limited to, a Turkish steam bath, a barber shop, free Wi-Fi, room service, a swimming pool, a fitness centre and a 24-hour front desk.
Bars and Restaurants
Established by a sommelier and award-winning chef, Bock Bistro is one of those restaurants that you simply have to visit if you're a food travellerr just love amazing food. Previously the receiver of awards such as "best Hungarian restaurant" and Michelin's "Bib Gourmand", this restaurant serves exquisite Hungarian dishes, as well as Spanish-style tapes. As can be expected from a classy restaurant in Hungary, the wine list is extensive.
Things to do in Budapest in July
A huge variety of delicious fruits and vegetables can be acquired at local markets at this time of the year. The largest is the Great Market Hall. You can sample fresh juices as well.
July arrives armed with an assortment of festivals in Budapest, and there are many to choose from. July 1 sees the Summer Opera and Ballet Festival arrive in Budapest.
It's one of many festivals going on in the area, along with the music festival in Vajdahunyad Castle, the F1 Hungarian Grand Prix, Summer on the Chain Bridge, Summer in the Buda Castle and Folk Dance Show and the Space Film Musical Festival, for film lovers of all ages.
Budapest ought to have the nickname "Spa City." If you are not a sightseeing person, you can enjoy a remarkable spa vacation in one of the spas and hotels in Budapest, providing all categories of fitness and treatments.