Liverpool Weather July Averages, United Kingdom
What's The Weather Like In Liverpool In July
July is the warmest month of the year in Liverpool by a few degrees over August, but that doesn't mean that you can leave the long sleeve shirts at home. While temperatures are significantly warmer than they are during the winter months, it can still get fairly chilly during the late night/early morning hours. Because of the warmer conditions, this is also one of the most popular months of the year for visitors to take a holiday to the region. Be prepared for longer lines as well as some higher costs associated with the peak of the travel season.
The overall average temperature for this time of the year is 16°C (61°F). This is one degree warmer than the month of August. The average overnight low is 13°C (55°F). As a result, visitors will need to bring a light jacket or some long sleeved shirts for early in the morning. Average afternoon highs can be pleasant with temperatures reaching an average of 19°C (66°F). With temperatures such as these, this is a great time to get outside and explore the region.
Visitors will need to dodge a few raindrops throughout the month, but the month is not one of the wettest of the year. In fact, only 46mm of rainfall is expected, but it will fall over a period of 15 days. With almost half of the month recording some measurable rainfall, raingear is a necessity. The good news is that the rain typically doesn't last long and visitors are able promptly to return to their activities.
With warm water on land, this is an ideal time to hit the beach. Luckily, the water temperatures are also beginning to warm and visitors can spend more time among the waves. The average water temperature for this time of the year is 15°C (59°F). Additionally, the region will experience an average of 8 hours of sunshine each day allowing for plenty of time to soak up some rays.
Liverpool Hotels In July
Travelodge Liverpool Docks
For boat lovers, the Travelodge Liverpool Docks would be a perfect choice, with Brunswick Dock and Liverpool Marina right outside and a variety of food and drink options within close walking distance of the hotel. The rooms feature a comfy king size bed, a TV with freeview, and a spacious desk.
Aparthotel Adagio Liverpool City Centre
For those needing a little more room, Aparthotel Adagio Liverpool City Centre is the perfect choice. This brand new hotel offers more space in rooms than the traditional hotel as well as rooms with full kitchens, LCD televisions, heated towel rack and more. Guests can also take advantage of laundry facilities, fitness center, WiFi, and 24-hour reception.
Signiture Living Hotel
Perfect for large parties or those who intend on staying a while, the Signature Living Hotel is located in the heart of the city and just where you want to be. Whether you are in town in July for one of the many festivals or for a party, be sure to take advantage of the hotel's bar and clubs. Some apartments can also accommodate up to almost 30 people making it possible to always be with your friends or family.
Located just a short walk from the center of the city, Staybridge Suites offers apartment-style housing that meets your every need. Guests can take advantage of the on-site laundry facilities, WiFi, complimentary breakfast, and fitness center. This hotel is perfect for those staying a while or just a short amount of time that need a little more space than a traditional room.
Liverpool Beaches For July
July is one of the best times of the year to hit the beach with plenty of sun and water temperatures near their peak high. One of the best beaches to visit is Formby Beach. With smaller crowds than Crosby Beach, there is plenty of room on the golden sand to spread out enjoy the waves lapping on the shore. The beach is dog friendly and there are also a number of ice cream shops, restaurants and pubs located nearby.
Bars and Restaurants
Lox and Caper
One of the best places in town for breakfast and lunch is Lox and Caper. Be sure to stop in for a savory start to the day with a traditional English breakfast or come by later in the day for a soup and salad. The prices are very reasonable so this is also a great choice for a family or those on a budget.
East Avenue Bakehouse
Open morning, noon and night the East Avenue Bakehouse offers freshly baked bread along with meat cooked to order. Be sure to stop by at different times of the year as the menu changes with the seasons in order to take advantage the freshest ingredients. All food is locally sourced and the freshest it can possibly be. Reservations are highly recommended at this popular restaurant.
Ma Egerton's Stage Door
Ma Egerton's Stage Door is a preserved Victorian pub with a long and rich history of live events and great food. Built in 1869, the pub has recently been named the best in Liverpool for two years in a row. Today, the pub is still known for its live events as well as drinks and fabulous pizzas.
Things to do in Liverpool in July
Liverpool International Music Festival
If you are a fan of music and find yourself in Liverpool in July, don't miss the Liverpool International Music Festival. This four-day celebration features some of the best music across Europe and the world. Be sure to get tickets early to one of the city's favourite events.
With just 46mm of precipitation expected during this time of the year, this is a great time to visit the Pier Head. Known as an area that is home to a trio of landmarks, visitors can enjoy a lot of history in one location. Within the area is the Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building. Visitors can also see a number of memorials to the Titanic and other historical events.