Paris Weather June Averages, France
What's The Weather Like in Paris in June?
Is June A Good Time To Visit Paris?
How Hot Is June In Paris?
The average temperature at this time of year rises up from 16°C made up of highs of 23°C and lows of 16°C.
Warmest and Coldest Junes in Paris
The highest temperature ever recorded in Paris in June in recent times is 35°C, with the lowest being just 1°C.
Does it Rain In Paris In June?
Throughout June, Paris is subject to an average of 25mm of rainfall which is spread across 11 days throughout the month.
June Sunshine Hours In Paris
Paris enjoys an average of ten hours of sunshine each day throughout June that's one more hour each day than in May.
Is Paris Windy In June?
Over the course of June, wind speeds tend to vary from 1 m/s to 7 m/s, almost never rising above 9 m/s.
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Paris Hotels in June
Monmartre Mon Amour
Montmartre Mon Amour is a boutique hotel dedicated to lovers. Situated in the heart of the Montmartre district, just a short walk away from Sacré Coeur and the Place du Tertre, this hotel provides guests with Sandrine Alouf-inspired guestrooms, each of which is decorated with artwork highlighting famous couples.
Accommodation comes in the form of 12 classic, eight deluxe and four superior guestrooms, each of which features LCD TV, air conditioning and private bathroom with hairdryer.
The new design Hotel Armoni opened in February 2013 and is situated in the Arc de Triomphe district of Paris, 100m away from the nearest metro station and only a 15-minute walk from Champs Elysees and Porte Maillot.
Here you'll find a choice of modern and warmly-decorated superior and executive twin and double rooms, each of which features free WiFi access, entertainment system, satellite HDTV and private bathroom with hairdryer and free L'Occitane toiletries.
Hotel Regence Etoile
For an unbeatable shopping holiday, consider staying at Hotel Regence Etoile. Located in the 17th arrondissement only a few metres away from the Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and Congress Palace, this three-star hotel provides guests with 38 single, standard twin, standard double, superior twin and superior double rooms.
Each guestroom features air conditioning, WiFi access, LCD satellite TV and private bathroom with hairdryer.
Eiffel Capitol Hotel
Eiffel Capitol Hotel is a recently-renovated three-star boutique hotel situated in the 15th arrondissement, only a ten-minute walk away from the Eiffel Tower. The hotel is set on a quiet street, close to the metro station, making it a great base for sightseeing.
Here guests can choose between single, double and twin rooms, each of which includes flat-screen satellite TV, free WiFi accesss, tea/coffee making facilities and private bathroom with hairdryer.
Hotel Excelsior Latin
For something with a bit more character, try Hotel Excelsior Latin. Set in the heart of the Latin Quarter surrounded by bars, restaurants, shops, museums and monuments, this hotel combines traditional and modern-day Paris to create a hotel packed full of identity.
Accommodation comes in the form of comfort and classic rooms, each of which sleeps between one and four guests and features air conditioning, flat-screen TV, free WiFi access and large private bathroom.
Bars and Restaurants
One of the most sought-after cafes and brunch spots in Paris has to be Holybelly. Situated near the Saint Martin Canal, the breakfast menu in this innovative eatery is wildly popular and the cafe is a big draw among the young and fashionable Parisian crowd. If you'd prefer to avoid the morning rush, stop by a little later for top-rate coffee.
Seafood lovers won't want to pass Clamato by. This trendy fish restaurant hasn't been open long, but it's already causing quite a stir within the Parisian dining scene. A quick walk away from Place de la Bastille, this elegant eatery is noted for its minimal decor and selection of shellfish dishes, which it does with exceptional gusto. They also stock a fine wine selection which is expertly paired with the dishes.
One Parisian brasserie which combines the best of classic and contemporary is Lazare. Situated within the train station of the same name, this stylish eatery bustles with diners throughout the day and serves up Normandy specialities, in keeping with the French region that the adjacent train station serves. The seafood selection on offer in the restaurant is exquisite, while the price list is economical.
If you're looking for somewhere to relax in the evenings, head to Le Trucmush. The interior and design of this bar is as quirky as its name would suggest, and there's a pleasing array of beers and cocktails to choose from. The bar is a short walk from Place de la Bastille and it's as popular with tourists as it is with locals.
Experimental Cocktail Club
Speakeasy-themed bars have become all the rage in Paris in recent years and the Experimental Cocktail Club really stands out from its competitors. The exposed beams and brickwork contrast against the glitzy chandeliers and give the bar a real sense of atmosphere, but the drinks are the main draw. It's not the cheapest place to go for a tipple, but the quality is certainly worth the costs.
Things to do in Paris in June
Parc des Buttes Chaumont
Make the most of Paris' summer sunshine by spending an afternoon at Parc des Buttes Chaumont. Open from 7am until 8pm every day, this park is set in the 19th arrondissement and occupies 24.7 hectares, making it the fifth largest park in the city.
Throughout the park you'll find three children's play parks, two sandboxes, rides, pony rides, three restaurants, three refreshment kiosks, toilets, WiFi hotspots and dog walking zones. The highlight of the Parc des Buttes Chaumont is the Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, Italy-inspired Temple de la Sibylle, which is perched ontop of a 50-metre-tall cliff overlooking the lake.
You can't visit Paris without stopping by the Eiffel Tower. One of the most famous and iconic buildings in the whole of Europe, this structure is located on the bank of the River Seine and is easily accessible by metro, train, bus, boat, bicycle and car, as well as on foot. You can admire the Eiffel Tower from the outside or buy a ticket which allows you access to the second and top floors inside.
Each floor features viewing platforms which award visitors with panoramic views which stretch across the whole of the city. If you want to take your Eiffel Tower experience to the next level, book one of the guided tours or download one of the many app guides which tell you everything you could ever want to know about it.
Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral
If you'd like to see another Paris emblem, consider visiting the Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral. This Catholic cathedral is regarded as one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture, with natural sculptures and stained glass which contrasts earlier Romanesque architecture.
The outside of the towers are decorated in a Gothic style, with flying buttresses, spires, roofs, gargoyles, chimeras and the belfry. Inside the towers you'll find almost 400 steps to climb there is no lift which lead to the upper gallery where you can enjoy incredible views of Paris and the River Seine. If you're under 25 years old, you can visit the Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral for free when you provide identification.
Musée de l'Armée
The Musée de l'Armée is one of the best musuems in Pars. Here you'll find permanent collections divided into seven main spaces: the main courtyard and artillery collections; old department with old armour and weapons from 13th to 17th century; modern department from Louis XIV to Napoleon III; tomb of Napoleon I; contemporary department with the two World Wars; Charles de Gaulle Monument and the Cathedral of Saint-Louis des Invalides.
One of the highlights of the museum is the treasure section which features 24 items from the late Middle Ages up until WWII. The Musée de l'Armée also features a café, bookshop and gift shop.
Palais du Luxembourg
A must-visit for art lovers in Paris, Palais du Luxembourg is a neo-classical building where the country's politicians get together to discuss important matters. This stunning structure is one of the most photographed buildings in the whole of the city and you can only explore the inside if you obtain the special permit.
If you don't want to spend time and money getting the permit, you can admire the Palais du Luxembourg from the outside before exploring the rest of the Luxembourg gardens, where you can enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes or have a go at sailing a miniature boat on the pond.