Krakow Weather June Averages, Poland
What's The Weather Like In Krakow In June
Looking at the annual weather averages for Krakow, it shows temperatures and rainfall similar to those found in the UK during the month of June. With the increasing daily average temperature of 17°C (about 62°F), the summer months mean warmer days and longer amounts of sunshine. The average high during this time jumps up to 22°C (around 72°F); not hot like other parts of the world see during the summer, but very pleasant.
The lows still dip down to 11°C (about 52°F), so even at the beginning of summer, it can still feel cool, especially at night. You'll still want to bring along a medium to light-weight jacket to wear out and about in the evening hours after the sun goes down.
You may also want to bring along sunglasses as well, as the area gets an average of 6.4 sunshine hours a day, up 30 minutes from the number of hours in May.
Even though the days are getting warmer and longer, the rainfall chances increase this month. An average of 60 mm of rain falls over the course of 17 days. Definitely pack your umbrella or poncho and be prepared for some wet days during your stay. The chance of rain on any given day is 50 percent, so check the local forecast to know if you'll need to carry that umbrella with you or not. The chance of having a windy day and a cloudy day both fall at 33 percent, and the chance of a foggy day sits at 50 percent.
Even with the increased rain chances, this month is a great time to see Krakow thanks to warmer days and more daylight hours. And, even if it does rain during your stay, the city has plenty of indoor attractions and sights where you can get inside, stay dry and still enjoy Polish culture.
Krakow Hotels In June
Red Brick Apartments
Red Brick Apartments provides 16 luxury apartments within one of Krakow's most historic and unique buildings. The apartments are either one or two bedrooms, and there are four two-level apartments. Each apartment has a bathroom and a kitchen with a fridge, cooker, dishwasher, crockery and cutlery. The building has an elevator, and each room has a 32" television, Wi-Fi access and a safe.
Hotel Santi sits close to Krakow's well-known sites including Market Square, Wawel Castle and Kazimierz District and acts as a perfect base for your visit in June. Guests get to experience some of the history of the city, as all the rooms are housed in a historic building dating back to the 15th century. All of the rooms have a private bathroom, tea and coffee, mineral water, safe, telephone, television, mini-fridge, hairdryer and high-quality bath products.
Radisson Blu Hotel Krakow
Part of the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, the Radisson Blu Hotel Krakow provides guests with quality accommodations and amenities. The simple but comfortable rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions and coffee makers. Splurge and upgrade to the deluxe rooms with free breakfast buffet each morning, separate living areas and scenic views of Old Town or the Wawel Castle. Other amenities include a fitness center, sauna, restaurant and beauty salon.
Bars And Restaurants
Open daily from breakfast to late night, Camelot Café offers a large menu of soups, paninis, salads, breakfast foods and snacks. Don't let the dark dungeon interior dissuade you from trying this place; the atmosphere is cozy and the service is fantastic at this intimate café. The restaurant only accepts cash but offers free Wi-Fi and outdoor seating for the warmer months. Throughout the year, it also hosts special events, parties and live music.
Vegetarians and vegans will love the fresh dishes at Glonojad that cater to their unique culinary needs. From the falafels to the spinach lasagna, the menu is full of vegetarian and vegan choices. It's open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers free Wi-Fi and computer stations for patrons to use. During the warmer months, enjoy the summer garden, which the restaurant uses as a source of fresh ingredients.
The white on white interior décor of Destino creates a calming and relaxing atmosphere to enjoy the Mediterranean cuisine found on the menu. Through the fresh dishes, the chefs bring the flavors of Italy, Portugal and Spain to the heart of Krakow. Destino is open daily for lunch and dinner and along with a large menu, it has an extensive wine menu with reds, whites, roses, dessert and sparkling wines.
Things to Do In Krakow In June
The festivals continue in the month of the June in Krakow with the Summer Opera and Operetta Festival hosted by the Opera Krakowska. The three-week festival hosts numerous operas, operettas and ballet performances at Krakow's Opera Stage. It also includes open-air performances at the Arcade Courtyard of the Royal Wawel Castle and the Main Square in the town of Jaso.
Jewish Culture Festival
Celebrating the storied history of Jews in Poland, the Jewish Culture Festival takes place each year in June. During the events, the Krakow Jewish community pays homage to its origins and past, and celebrations occur at the multiple synagogues throughout the city. Festival-goers enjoy over 300 events during the 10-day festival, including music, dancing, food, speakers, art, games and fun.
A visit to Krakow isn't complete without seeing the Kazimierz area of the city. Also known as the Jewish district, Kazimierz was home to the Jewish Ghetto during the Nazi Occupation, as well as Schindler's Factory, made even more famous by the movie "Schindler's List". Now, the area is a vibrant dining and entertainment scene, full of lively bars, amazing restaurants and fun entertainment options.