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Madrid Weather in July, Spain

Madrid Averages July


  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Day Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunrise and sunset

    Day Temperature

  • What is Average Night Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunset and sunrise

    Night Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    11 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    3 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    10 mm

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Madrid Daily Averages July

July 2024 Daily Averages

1 Avg 24º 75º
2 Avg 23º 73º
3 Avg 26º 79º
4 Avg 26º 79º
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6 Avg 26º 79º
7 Avg 25º 77º
8 Avg 25º 77º
9 Avg 27º 81º
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11 Avg 27º 81º
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13 Avg 27º 81º
14 Avg 27º 81º
15 Avg 26º 79º
16 Avg 27º 81º
17 Avg 27º 81º
18 Avg 28º 82º
19 Avg 28º 82º
20 Avg 27º 81º
21 Avg 27º 81º
22 Avg 26º 79º
23 Avg 26º 79º
24 Avg 27º 81º
25 Avg 27º 81º
26 Avg 27º 81º
27 Avg 27º 81º
28 Avg 26º 79º
29 Avg 26º 79º
30 Avg 26º 79º
31 Avg 27º 81º
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What's the Weather Like in Madrid in July

Hot, hot, hot! July is officially Madrid's hottest month, with the most sunshine hours on average to boot. If you enjoy city exploration in total wall to wall sunshine then this is the month for you. Do be aware however that shops and some cafes are likely to close during peak sunshine hours for a siesta break, before opening again in the late afternoon.


You can expect an average temperature of 25°C, which rises to a very steamy 33°C as an average high. During the evening you can expect an average low of 16°C, so if your hotel has air conditioning, this may be an idea.

Rain and Average Sunshine Hours

Rain is unlikely to affect your visit to Madrid at this time, with only an average of 10mm throughout the month, affecting 3 days, however you can expect an average of 13 hours of sunshine per day.

Madrid Hotels in July

Hesperia Madrid Hotel

Visitors in search of elegant and contemporary accommodation should consider the Hesperia Madrid Hotel. Located just across the street from the National Science Museum, this luxurious and exclusive hotel offers guests rooms with lavish furnishings, marble bathrooms and a range of mod-cons. Room service is available, while there are a range of amenities to make use of, such as 3 fine dining restaurants, 2 bars, a fitness centre and spa treatments.

URSO Hotel & Spa

Another luxury accommodation in central Madrid that's definitely worth considering is URSO Hotel & Spa. Set within a former palace, this grand hotel oozes a decadent atmosphere which is most evident in its rooms and suites. Airy rooms come with TVs, wifi, coffeemaking facilities and plush bathrooms, with the availability of room service; some rooms command garden rooms while suites provide terraces and/or living rooms. Onsite facilities include a spa and gym, while breakfast is served daily for a surcharge.

Artrip Hotel

For something a bit more affordable, that doesn't compromise on service or quality, try the Artrip Hotel in Lavapies. Set in an early 20th century townhouse, this quirky and attractive hotel comprises cosy and individually-furnished rooms with sloped beam ceilings. Upgraded suites include living areas with sofa beds, making it ideal for either romantic getaways or multi-party family trips. Breakfast is served downstairs for a fee, while there's a gallery onsite that showcases and promotes the work of local artists.

Bars and Restaurants

HanSo Cafe

Madrid offers much in the way of vintage concept cafes and HanSo Cafe stands out as one of the most prominent in this category, and for good reason too. Offering an interesting and tempting array of cakes and breads, while there are the regular breakfast and lunch options for the less gastronomically adventurous. The usual selection of espresso, chai teas and lattes ensue.


Located in the Puerta de Sol area, Malaspina retains the air of a classic Madrid tapas bar and is the ideal place to visit of an afternoon or evening for a quiet drink or a quick meal. The food and drinks here are nothing particularly fancy, but that's not the focus; the emphasis is on authentic local food which remains unchanged in the face of modern eateries and bars which are popping up across the city. Order some food to share and a round of beers while you watch the city whizz past in this quaint and friendly establishment.

Taberna Antonio Sanchez

Another classically Spanish option which has endured the wave of modern dining trends and is very popular with locals is Taberna Antonio Sanchez. Located in the centre of the city, this characterful establishment exudes charm by the bucketload and features friendly service, no-frills dining and value for money. A great place to escape the midsummer Madrid heat, share some unmistakably Spanish tapas and nurse a wine or pint of beer, there's lots to like about this unpretentious taberna.


For sumptuous cocktails in an unbeatable location, pay a visit to Radio, which, as its name suggests, provides some rather spectacular views over the city skyline. Sitting atop the ME Reina Victoria Hotel, this bar is a somewhat exclusive affair and it's worth dressing up for the occasion. Ideal for warm summer evenings, the atmosphere and ambience of the bar is second-to-none and it attracts a young crowd.

Things to do in Madrid in July

Museo de America

Housing a dazzling collection of ancient art and artefacts from Latin America, the Museo de America is home to more than 25,000 lovingly-preserved objects and is a must-visit for anyone with an interest in art, history, ethnography or other cultures. Split across two levels, the museum is organised into five collections which follows the history of South America from the ancient period to the present day; the Colombian gold collection, dating from the 2nd century, is particularly noteworthy.

Naval Museum

Those who are interested in maritime history should check out the impressive Naval Museum, which comprises a large and impressive collection of model ships and other naval paraphernalia, which attests to Spain's long and powerful colonial history. Possibly the museum's most prominent artefact is the Mappa Mundi, dating back to 1500 which was drawn on vellum to chart the exploration of the Americas at the time of Christopher Columbus.

Teatro de Lope Vega

Standing proudly on the Gran Via boulevard, Teatro de Lope Vega certainly stands out as one of Madrid's most elaborate theatres and should be visited by anyone with an interest in performing artists. Known for its spectacular stage, which sees a whole host of shows throughout the year, there's always something going on here; check their website to see what's happening during the time of your visit.

San Antonio de la Florida Chapel

Madrid has no shortage of churches and San Antonio de la Florida Chapel merits a visit thanks to its fabulous murals and frescoes which adorn its walls. Situated near the West Park, its fairly modest exterior juxtaposes the lavish beauty of its interiors, which also signify the power and prestige of the Catholic church in Spain at the time it was built. Entry is free and there are guided tours that take place between 9.30am and 1pm.

Madrid Pride 

One of the summer seasons most hotly-anticipated events, the Madrid Pride sweeps through the streets of the city every July and reflects Spain's reputation as one of the most progressive and tolerant societies in Europe and the world. Centred on the Chueca neighbourhood, this makes for a brilliant day of fun and festivity.

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