es Flag

Madrid Weather in June, Spain

Madrid Averages June


  • 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

    10 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

    6 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


    30 mm

Slide and Tap Other Months

Madrid Daily Averages June

June 2024 Daily Averages

1 Avg 20º 68º
2 Avg 21º 70º
3 Avg 20º 68º
4 Avg 21º 70º
5 Avg 21º 70º
6 Avg 21º 70º
7 Avg 21º 70º
8 Avg 21º 70º
9 Avg 22º 72º
10 Avg 22º 72º
11 Avg 22º 72º
12 Avg 21º 70º
13 Avg 22º 72º
14 Avg 22º 72º
15 Avg 21º 70º
16 Avg 19º 66º
17 Avg 22º 72º
18 Avg 23º 73º
19 Avg 24º 75º
20 Avg 24º 75º
21 Avg 25º 77º
22 Avg 26º 79º
23 Avg 26º 79º
24 Avg 25º 77º
25 Avg 26º 79º
26 Avg 26º 79º
27 Avg 27º 81º
28 Avg 27º 81º
29 Avg 26º 79º
30 Avg 24º 75º
Avg Historical Daily Average

June Weather Averages

Sorted by popularity:

What's the Weather Like in Madrid in June


Officially summer in Madrid, the temperatures warm up in June, and this is probably the best time to visit the city. Very warm, but not as hot as the coming months, June is a great time to see everything Madrid has to offer. You can expect an average temperature of 21°C, which reaches an average high of 29°C, before falling to a still rather warm low of 13°C during the evenings.

Rain and Average Sunshine Hours

Rain is minimal in June, which is great news for those who don't enjoy having to carry an umbrella around, with only an average of 30mm throughout the month, affecting 6 days to some degree. On the other hand, Madrid enjoys a huge 12 hours of sunshine per day in June, meaning sun-cream is a definite must.

Madrid Hotels in June

Hotel Mayorazgo

A quick walk from the Santo Domingo Metro station is the Hotel Mayorazgo, a pleasing 4-star accommodation which will easily meet all your needs for any trip to Madrid. With clean and comfortable rooms that come in a variety of styles, the hotel features artwork throughout, as well as room service, an onsite restaurant, lounge and cocktail bar and airport shuttle service. The hotel also has business meeting facilities.

Casa de Madrid

Those in search of boutique accommodation should take a look at the Casa de Madrid, in elegant hotel in an 18th century landmark building which is located opposite the Royal Opera. Featuring individually-furnished rooms, guests are greeted with complimentary bottles of wine during their stay and room service is available. Offering spaces to relax and retreat such as the classic salon and library, this is an excellent option for those who want a romantic getaway with easy access to the city's sights and attractions.

Hostal Oriente

Another choice accommodation in the Opera district is the Hostal Oriente, located exactly opposite the Metro station. Featuring individually-decorated and comfortably-furnished rooms, this friendly hotel provides visitors with all the amenities they need, and it's a great choice for those who want to be within easy walking distance of the city's landmarks and cultural attractions - the Royal Palace of Madrid is a mere 5-minute walk away.

Bars and Restaurants


Madrid is teeming with trendy neighbourhood cafes and Toma is no exception to the rule. With long, narrow benches and bicycles stuck to the walls, shabby chic is very much the order of the day, but that shouldn't distract attention away from the quality of the food and coffee available. Open early for breakfast, this is a great place to fill up before a full day of sightseeing; coffee connoisseurs will also be impressed by the calibre of hot and cold drinks here.

Museo del Jamon

For a quintessential Madrid culinary experience, you have to visit Museo del Jamon. Famous for appearing in a Pedro Almodovar film and known for its hams hanging down from the ceiling, this eatery provides an authentic feel for the city which is hard to find elsewhere. The staples of the menu are fairly basic - but that's part of the charm and style, and what's more, it's certainly an easy and cost-effective dining option. Stop and watch the life of the city whizz by as you kick back with a beer and a couple of tapas servings in this unique setting.


Another Madrid establishment which is charmingly untouched by modern fads and trends is the unassuming Venencia. Opened over 70 years ago, this rustic bar is a throwback to the days of the Spanish Civil War and was frequented by Ernest Hemingway when he made his jaunts to Madrid. The food and drink is as unpretentious as the decor - it's largely Spanish wines and tapas and not much else - and the owners intend to keep it that way. You won't find any classy cocktails gracing the menu here, but nor will you find a bar as authentic and rich in character as La Venencia elsewhere in Madrid.

Chocolateria San Gines

No trip to Madrid would be quite complete without sampling some delicious chocolate and churros, and Chocolateria San Gines is the place to taste these unmistakeable Spanish treats in all their glory. This age-old establishment has also been around longer than any Madrileno can remember, and that's a testament to the popularity of the place. As per Spanish siesta culture, you can expect to find this place open until the small hours of the morning, when hungry locals stock up on late-night sweet treats.

Things to do in Madrid in June


Located to the west of the city centre, the Teleferico (cable car) is one of Madrid's most popular attractions, and perhaps one of the most low-lying of its kind in the world (it never rises above 40 metres). Spanning over the sprawling Casa de Campo parkland, this lovely attraction is a big hit with tourists and provides a unique way of taking in the city.

Zoo Aquarium Madrid

Another attraction within the same vicinity is the Zoo Aquarium Madrid, which makes for an excellent family day out. Spread out over 20 hectares of parkland, the zoo dates back to 1770 and is one of the few zoos in the world that houses giant pandas. Home to a dolphinarium, a petting zoo, aviary and a large primate collection, there's roughly about 500 land and water-dwelling species living here. A range of activities are organised at the zoo throughout the year to keep young ones entertained.

Parque de Atracciones

Adventure-lovers and adrenaline junkies can't go wrong with Parque de Atracciones, another landmark of the Casa de Campo expanse. Featuring a range of dizzying and vertiginous rides, there's something for everyone at this ever-popular theme park. Younger visitors are sure to appreciate Nickeodeon Land, while those seeking peace and quiet will be well-served by the nature area; daredevils are encouraged to check out the latest addition to the park, the 'Abismo', every inch as thrilling as its name would suggest.

Sabatini Gardens 

Occupying the site of the former stables for the Royal Palace, the manicured Sabatini Gardens easily rank as some of the most beautiful gardens in Madrid, and they're certainly worthy of a visit. Dating back to the 1930s, they're free to enter throughout the day, although it's recommended that you visit at dusk, when the evening hues cut a particularly beautiful sight against the ornate sculptures and delicate topiary.

Teatro Real

Standing proudly over the Plaza de Oriente you'll find the Teatro Real (Royal Theatre), one of the grandest and most illustrious buildings in the city that's home to a wide variety of cultural events. Dating back to the mid-19th century, Teatro Real is the city's prime concert hall and should be on the list of anyone interested in high culture or architecture. Those wanting to explore this magnificent structure can join a daily guided tour before retreating to the onsite museum, allowing you to explore the place in deeper detail.

Madrid Holiday Reviews

Slide and Tap for more Madrid Weather Averages