Climate Germany

Climate Europe

Germany has a temperate climate. It is characterised by the transition from a Western European maritime climate to an Eastern European continental climate. In the North German lowlands and on the North Sea and Baltic Sea the summers are pleasantly warm and the winters not too cold. Further south and east, the temperature differences between the seasons are sometimes much greater. From June to September it is warmest in Germany with monthly average temperatures of 21 to 25 degrees Celsius. The lowest temperatures are measured in January. Most rainy days are found in winter, but showers can also occur frequently in summer, especially in the mountains.

Germany has its charms in all seasons. January and February are suitable in the low mountain ranges and in the Alpine regions for a winter sports vacation. In summer, the North Sea, Baltic Sea and numerous inland lakes are ideal for a bathing holiday. Also spring and autumn are recommended for city trips and hiking tours.


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