Dublin Weather July Averages, Ireland

    Dublin Weather for July 2020

    What's the weather like in Dublin in July

    Temperature

    Dublin in July experiences warm weather with an average temperature of 16 degrees Celsius, and with highs and lows averaging to between 19 degrees Celsius and 12 degrees Celsius respectively.

    Travel to Dublin is the best during the summer months- this is when the touristy crowds throng the city, and the region attains a happy, sunny vacation glow.

    Humidity & Rain

    The average rainfall in Dublin during the month of July stands at an average of 50mm over a period of 23 rainfall days.

    The month of July in the city of Dublin experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the sky being overcast or mostly cloudy at about 50 per cent of the time throughout the month. 

    Sunshine Hours

    The average sunshine hours during the month of July is estimated to be an average of 5.6 hours.

    Over the course of July in Dublin, the sun hour estimate rapidly decreases with the length of the day decreasing by 1 hour, 12 minutes over the course of the month. 

    Sea Temperature

    The average sea temperature in Dublin is about 14 degrees Celsius or 57 degrees Fahrenheit during this time of the year.

    Wind

    The average hourly wind speed in Dublin remains essentially constant in the month of July, and stays between within 0.2 miles per hour of 10.8 miles per hour throughout the month.

    The hourly average wind direction in Dublin throughout the month of July is predominantly from the west, with the city experiencing a peak proportion of 41 per cent on July 19th.

    Dress Code

    The city of Dublin experiences peak summer in the month of July, with temperatures in the range of about 19 degrees Celsius on an average during the daytime, while it dips to a minimum of 12 degrees Celsius during the nights. 

    With warm and comfortable days, and cool nights in store, your travel bag should contain a mix of cool, comforting summer wear and some warming accessories, clothing add-ons and jackets. 

    Do not forget to carry protective rain gear in case of the occasional shower on select days. 

    Click here for Dublin's weather forecast for the next 14 days. Also, to get an idea of annual weather averages for Dublin, follow this link.

    Dublin Hotels in July

    Hampton Hotel

    Hampton Hotel is located in a stately Georgian building, at a distance of 2 km from St Stephen's Green and the RDS Main Arena. This stylish hotel has chic rooms, styled with bold accents against a striking palette of black and white. With the standard rooms offering free Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making equipment, the upgraded rooms offer sleek free-standing baths. The hotel offers amenities like a casual bistro with a bar with a heated terrace and regular live music, breakfast at a fee, meeting and event space, and free parking.

    Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown

    Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown is an upscale hotel located in a contemporary building with a circular tower, at a distance of 2.5 km from Blanchardstown Corporate Park, 3.9 km from Blanchardstown Shopping Centre and 15 km from the city centre. The hotel features sophisticated rooms with mahogany accents and rich upholstery featuring free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and desks, while upgraded rooms provide access to an executive lounge with a library. A chic restaurant serves international fare, and a cocktail bar offering lite bites. Other amenities include a gym (fee), meeting/conference facilities, including a banquet hall, and free parking.

    Sheldon Park Hotel

    Sheldon Park Hotel is a mid-scale accommodation facility located off the M50 road in Bluebell, at a 5 minute walk from Kylemore Red Luas tram stop, a distance of 6 km from Dublin Zoo and 8 km from downtown Dublin. This classic hotel features traditional rooms with facilities such as satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities, suites with sitting areas, 4-poster beds and whirlpool baths. Additional amenities are a casual restaurant serving breakfast (at a fee) and other meals, as well as a classic pub with an ornate bar and live music. Also included are an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a fitness centre, a beauty salon, and meeting rooms for about 200 people.

    Castle Hotel

    Castle Hotel in Dublin is a luxurious, upscale accommodation choice located at a minute's walk from the Garden of Remembrance and at a 2-minute walk from the Gate Theatre. This traditional hotel in a Georgian townhouse offers unassuming rooms with tea and coffee making equipment, TVs, free Wi-Fi. Additional amenities are a full Irish breakfast, an airy and casual eatery, and an intimate restaurant set in a converted 19th-century wine vault that also features a bar.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Frame Coffee Shop

    Frame Coffee Shop in Dublin serves some amazing coffee in the city, and is located in a central region of the city. This lovely little café has a particularly cosy, sweet and warm atmosphere and is the perfect little place to visit with a group of close friends, or as a stopover while exploring the city. The Frame café has a variety of art exhibits from different corners of the world and famously hosts DOGHOUSE- a micro-gallery working alongside contemporary Irish Artist, designers and creatives. Definitely a lovely, fuzzy place to visit on a cold autumn evening in Dublin!

    Toscana Restaurant Dun Laoghaire Dublin

    Toscana Restaurant Dun Laoghaire Dublin is a Tuscan speciality restaurant that is elegantly decorated and spread over 2 floors of a lovely building in Central Dublin. The restaurant offers a brilliant view of the harbour and serves perfectly cooked pasta and other Italian dishes. The restaurant has a traditional Irish ambience, the service is fast, and the waiters are extremely knowledgeable and accommodating. Apart from their delicious Italian food, they also serve fish specialities like Salmon and Sea Bass, which also is fresh and flavoursome.

    The Unicorn Restaurant

    Another Italian restaurant worth mentioning in the city of Dublin is The Unicorn Restaurant. Serving food prepared using fresh and good quality ingredients, the presentation here is artistic and full of inspiration. With staff that is attentive polite and professional, the service is consistently top class and has a great atmosphere and ambience. The place has a trendy, happening and relaxing vibe to it, and is a perfect place to hang out when in the need for a break. Overall, this iconic Unicorn restaurant serves the finest Italian cuisine great and is a great, reliable Italian option in the city. 

    Kathmandu Kitchen Nepalese & Indian Restaurant

    Kathmandu Kitchen Nepalese & Indian Restaurant is the perfect spot to visit if you are someone that loves Indian and Nepalese food. With the restaurant serving some great tasting Indian/Himalayan food, the portions are wonderful and the atmosphere is just right really adds to the experience of relishing Indian cuisine. The laid back atmosphere with a dimly lit setup is a perfect venue for a date or a special occasion with family. Also serving some delicious and affordable wine varieties, this warm and friendly restaurant is definitely worth a visit in Dublin.

    Things to do in Dublin in July

    Jeanie Johnston

    Jeanie Johnston museum in Dublin, Ireland, gives a great account on the emigration ship Jeanie Johnston and a lot of interesting information about the famine and life on the famine ships. With heart-warming story telling guides giving you bits of interesting information, this is a really interesting tour if you are interested in the marine history of Dublin. This detailed tour guide is a must-visit if you like tradition and fun stories of what sea travel from Ireland to North America was like in the 1800's! Definitely a Dublin must-do experience for everyone- be it a Dubliner and tourist alike!

    St. Patrick's Park

    St. Patrick's Park is situated beside the iconic St. Patrick's Cathedral in the city of Dublin, and according to ancient tradition, the story believed to be true is that St. Patrick baptised the first Irish Christians there with water from the River Poddle which flows underground. With the park being an ideal setting for the cathedral, it also includes a Literary Parade highlighting the works of Swift, Mangan, Wilde, Shaw, Yeats, Synge, O'Casey, Joyce, Behan, Beckett, Clarke, Dillon and the Liberty Bell Sculpture. The beautiful park even has a lovely children's playground if you need to let your children enjoy themselves. 

    Iveagh Gardens

    A public park located between Clonmel Street and Upper Hatch Street, near the National Concert Hall in Dublin, Iveagh Gardens is a declared National Historic Property and a lovely place to visit while in the city. A hidden gem in the city's centre, this place is perfect for a visit on a sunny day with your family. Though the garden is located right in the middle of the busy roads of Dublin, it is quite hidden out and a peaceful haven for wanderers looking for some solace and a peaceful time in the midst of nature. Peaceful, absolutely perfect and great for walks, meditation, work breaks, or to spend time with family and friends, this is a nice choice to list on your itinerary! A great place to indulge in an ice cream on a sunny summer's day.

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