Munich Weather June Averages, Germany
What's the Weather Like in Munich in June
Average daily temperatures are on the rise in June in Munich, the capital city of Bavaria. In general, daily lows are around 10C (50F), while daily highs usually reach 22C (71.6F). The beginning of the month is a slightly cooler period than its end, when average temperatures are between 10C (50F) and 20C (68F). By the end of June, morning temperatures are usually around 12C (53.6F) while maximum daily temperatures are around 22C (71.6F). This time of year, Munich, Germany, features similar temperatures to Copenhagen, Denmark.
Except during the night and the early morning, the city features pleasant temperatures throughout the day. The interval in which it feels comfortable expands progressively from the beginning of June toward the end of the month. Initially, it spans the period from around 3 pm to 7 pm. By the end of the period, it extends from around 11 am until 10 pm.
Hence, all you will need if you visit the city in June are short sleeves during the day and a sweater at evening.
The likelihood of having cloud cover in the capital of Bavaria decreases in the course of the month. According to statistics, the possibility of overcast or mostly cloudy sky is initially 56% (June 1). On June 30, the chance that you will have clouds overhead is 45%. With the decrease of cloud cover and the increase of daylight, the average number of sunshine hours per day rises to 8 in June.
Although June features a thinner cloud cover in this destination than any other previous month, it is still one of the two rainiest months. The city of Munich receives up to 130 mm/5.12 in of rainfall in June on average. The amount of precipitation slowly increases from the beginning of the period toward its end. The beginning of the high tourist season in this Bavarian city matches the beginning of the season of thunderstorms. Sometimes, these become intense. Also, hail tends to accompany thunderstorms.
The chance that any day will be wet at the beginning of June is around 46%. This probability increases up to 49% on June 12, which is statistically the rainiest day throughout the year. After that day, the likelihood of a rainy day gradually drops back to 46% on June 30.
The rainiest part of the day in this month is just past midday, between noon and 1 pm. Early morning, around 5 am, is the least likely time of the day for having wet weather. The number of rainy days in Munich during this month is usually between 14 and 18.
The speed of wind is uniform throughout June. It measures 2.6 m/s, which fits into the values characteristic of a gentle breeze. The time of the day around 3:30 pm is the windiest. On the other hand, the time around 8:30 am is usually the calmest part of the day.
The relative humidity during this period is around 75%, which should feel very comfortable. Having muggy conditions is highly unlikely for this destination anytime in the course of the year, especially in June.
Sunrise and Sunset
The duration of daylight increases until June 21, when it starts to decrease. On that day, the sun rises at 5:13 am and sets at 9:17 pm, with the daylight lasting 16:04 hours. On June 1, sunrise takes place at 5:18 am, while sunset occurs at 9:05 pm, with the duration of daylight being 15:47 hours. On June 30, the sun appears at 5:16 am and sets at 9:17 pm, with the total duration of daylight being 16 hours.
Extraordinary Weather Occurances
The Bavarian capital features rather predictable weather in June. However, certain deviations do take place from time to time. Influences from the Atlantic tend to bring increasing rainfall and cooler temperatures, but usually nothing more than that. On the other hand, the city may experience increase in air temperatures, which might rise up to 32C (89.6F).
Munich Hotels in June
With the beginning of the high tourist season, finding a suitable accommodation requires some effort. So, make reservations at least a few weeks in advance to avoid potential disappointment.
Hotel Pension Haydn
Hotel Pension Haydn is a 2-star property, located within a walking distance to most top points of interest in Munich. Munich Airport is 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) distant. The hotel features peaceful environment and, with a nearby U-Bahn station, convenient connection to other parts of the city. Basic hotel's facilities are rooms with private or shared bathrooms, paid parking, a courtyard and a lounge. Internet access is available for a surcharge.
Design Hotel Stadt Rosenheim Munich
Design Hotel Stadt Rosenheim Munich, located on the right bank of the River Isar, is a mid-range hotel. The distance between the property and most top attractions of the Bavarian capital ranges from 2 km/1.24 mi to 3.5 km/2.17 mi. Airport is 29 km/18 mi away and accessible via S-Bahn in around half an hour. The hotel disposes of large rooms, equipped with flat-screen TVs and, for the most part, safes. The staff provides iPod, iPad and iPhone docking stations on request. Parking is paid while soft drinks are free of charge.
Eurostar Grand Central
Eurostar Grand Central is a stone's throw away from Munich Central Station. Yet, rooms and apartments are soundproofed and tranquil. Every unit has free wireless internet, air-conditioning and a TV with flat screen. Complimentary facilities are a spa, an indoor pool and a modern gym. An on-site restaurant serves Mediterranean specialties while a bar has a collection of Bavarian beers and cocktails.
Le Meridien Munich
Le Méridien Munich is a high-end hotel, located in the downtown area of the city of Munich. The distance to the majority of top tourist attractions is less than 2 kilometers/1.24 miles, while the international airport is 29 kilometers/18 miles away. Accommodation units feature air-conditioners, big flat-screen TVs, complimentary wireless internet and toiletries. Many of them overlook a courtyard. The hotel disposes of a spa, fitness facilities, bar, restaurant, swimming pool and paid parking. Concierge services are also on offer.
Bars and Restaurants
Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, features many well-reputed dining venues serving outstanding specialties of local and international cuisines. Hence, you are very unlikely to stay hungry here, regardless of your dietary habits or needs. Besides visiting bars and restaurants, do visit famous beer gardens, which are among top focal points in the city this time of year.
Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm
Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm is a beer garden set in a beautiful environment of English Garden (Englischer Garten). The place is surrounded by lush greenery and dominated by the Chinese Pagoda. Hence, enjoying a drink here is a treat to all senses. The beer garden opens daily at 10 am when the weather is good, and closes at 11 pm.
Servus Heidi is a reputable, mid-range restaurant that serves specialties of the Bavarian cuisine. The staff is very friendly and willing to assist their patrons in the choice of the right dish. Sausages, pretzels, desserts and, of course, beers are a part of the restaurant's menu. Servus Heidi is open between 6 pm and midnight from Tuesday to Saturday.
Chopan Schwabing is a mid-range eatery serving Afghan and Middle Eastern dishes. Besides tasty food, the restaurant features a warm ambiance. Former Chopan Schwabing's guests have a high opinion about portions and the overall service. Cash is the only payment method at this restaurant. Opening hours are from 5:30 pm to midnight on a daily basis.
Tian is an exclusive restaurant that caters to vegetarians. Dishes are prepared from locally-sourced ingredients and presented in a creative way. Tian is a Michelin-star restaurant. Its opening hours are from noon to 2 pm (2:30 pm on Saturday), and from 6 pm to 9:30 pm. Sunday is a day off.
Things to do in Munich in June
The Olympiapark is a recreational area northwest of the city center. In 1972, it was the focal point of the Olympic Games. Since then, it is in use as one of prime leisure destinations in Munich, Germany. Besides leisure activities, you can enjoy panoramic views from various vantage points in the park. Among them, the Olympiaturm offers the finest views of the city from its 290-meter (951-feet) tall platform.
Englischer Garten (English Garden) is one of the most expansive public parks in the world, which outstrips New York's Central Park in size. It is a popular place for spending leisure time for locals and foreigners. There, you can admire abundant greenery and see interesting attractions such a Greek temple and a Chinese pagoda are. For a relaxing stroll away from busy areas, head to the northern part of English Garden.
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