Disneyland Weather June Averages, France
In June, the weather is approaching the peak heights of summer in Paris, France. The temperatures soar; there is more sunshine seen than at any other time of the year and the heavier down pours of the colder months are much less frequent. The hot and sunny days also mean that if you get wet splashing about on the water rides, you're sure to dry out quickly in the sunshine afterwards without feeling too cold or uncomfortable.
An average afternoon in June is 23°C warm, while during the night the mercury drops to an average of 13°C, cool but not too cold. Both of those high and low temperatures are the third highest of the year, after August and July. They keep on rising in the course of the month. June 1 is the coolest day of the month with an afternoon temperature of 21°C and a nighttime temperature of 11°C. By June 30, those temperatures have increased to 23°C and 14°C respectively. The average day temperature is 17°C, a comfortable temperature that is also recorded in September.
A total amount of 54mm of rain falls on the rides and attractions of Disneyland Paris in June and there are 12 days with precipitation. Luckily, most of that rain occurs as quick, but heavy rain showers. The saying that sunshine comes after rain definitely applies this time of year. The chance of experiencing a rain shower decreases in the course of the month. June 1 is the wettest day of the month with a 50% chance of rainfall, while June 30 is the driest with a 45% chance. The two most probable types of precipitation are moderate rain and thunderstorms, occurring respectively on 61% and 27% of the days with rainfall. Light rain is observed on 10% of the rainy days.
This slight decrease in the probability of rainfall is linked to the equally as gradual decrease in cloud cover. June 1 has 60% of cloud cover and June 30 has 54% of cloud cover. June is the brightest month of the yearo other month has as much daylight as this month. June 1 has 15.53 daylight hours; June 20, the longest day of the year, has 16.10 hours of daylight; and June 30 has 16.06 daylight hours.
This all results in 8 sunshine hours per day in June, the annual maximum that is also seen in July. Taking into account that a day in June is about 16 hours long, you can conclude that half of the days in June are sunny, which is not too bad. Take a look at the weather forecast to help plan your trip.
The pirate-themed 3-star Algonquin's Explorers Hotel boasts a magnificent setting and is focused on adventure. It lies only a few minutes from the park's gates and features a flexible system of bedrooms that allows for accommodating large families. Fill up on an international buffet breakfast in the morning and enjoy tastes from all over the world at dinner in the Plantation Restaurant. Other places to eat (and drink) are Marco's Pizza Parlour, the Captain's Library Restaurant, and the Smuggler's Tavern and Trader's Café Bar. Facilities are plentiful are include a heated indoor pool, fitness centre for children, an interactive kids' aquaplay, indoor and outdoor play areas, and a Disney store.
Only a 10-minute from the park and Disney Village , the fantastic 4-star Disney's Hotel New York features skyscrapers, New York-themed rooms and common areas, and the resort's largest pool. The hotel's design resembles the Art Deco and urban features of Lower Manhattan, with a service to match. Even the restaurant, diner and bar seem to come straight out of New York City. Additional amenities are an indoor and outdoor pool, a spa, a fitness centre, a children's play area, taxi quads for kids, a video games room and tennis courts.
The Cable Car Bake Shop in Main Street, U.S.A., is dedicated to the trademark cable cars that commute in downtown San Francisco. This decorative snack bar does feel like a cozy and friendly bake shop. Serving cakes, pastries, cookies, teas and coffees in beautifully ornate booths, this is a strongly recommended place to stop for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack.
Offering the atmosphere and charm of a little B&B, Victoria's Home-Style Restaurant in Main Street, U.S.A, actually looks exactly like a small guesthouse. This is a counter-service restaurant that serves sandwiches, salads, baked goods, cold drinks, hot drinks and even beer.
There are five different lands in Disneyland Park, in addition to a host of entertainment shows and attractions in Walt Disney Studios Park. Each land has its own specific themehey range from space exploration to Disney movies.
One of those five lands is Frontierland. This one is focused on the American West in the 19th century, the time of cowboys and Indians, the age of explorers, gold-seekers and pioneers. Frontierland is home to awesome attractions such as the thrilling Big Thunder Mountain, but also to quiet and peaceful rides such as the River Rogue Keelboats and Thunder Mesa Boat Landing. Feeling like a cowboy in the Wild West can be done at the Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery, while the Pocahontas Indian Village offers kids the chance to blow off some steam at the swings, ropes, slides and bridges of this large play area. Dining in Frontierland is a Western experience in itselfenues with names like Last Chance Café, Silver Spur Steakhouse and Lucky Nugget Saloon take you straight to the atmospheric Old West!
From the thrilling, adrenaline-pumping rides, to the rides more suitable for the little ones and those who want a more relaxed time, Disneyland Paris has enough going on to keep everyone happy!