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Climate and best seasons to visit Germany. Actual weather forecast

Germany is located in the temperate zone, so all four seasons can be seen here in all their glory. Natural cataclysms are extremely rare. Although the weather is very changeable and the hot sun can instantly change dense clouds. This is due to the influence of the soft currents of the Atlantic Ocean and the cold air masses from Russia and the North Pole. The average temperature in winter reaches 8 degrees below zero, and in summer it’s up to 22 degrees.
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Winter in Germany is quite mild, and the temperature rarely drops below 10 degrees below zero. During the first half of winter, the temperature can not fall below zero at all. The weather is overcast, there are incessant rains. A lot of snow falls In the Alps at the southern part of Germany and the ski season opens. In the last winter month, the temperature drops; in some areas it reaches 15 degrees below zero. With the onset of spring, abundant thaws begin. Sunny days come to replace the gloomy overcast. All vegetation starts to turn green, and the air is warm. Although the spring weather in Germany regularly brings surprises like sudden cold rains with snow. Until the middle of April, there are intense snowfalls and large gusts of wind in the area of ​​Munich and Bavaria. The average air temperature is 9 degrees Celsius. Although in the sunniest days, air can warm up to 20 degrees.
Summer in Germany personifies the features of the temperate climatic zone. There is no exhausting heat here. The average summer air temperature is about 23 degrees. In early August, the temperature begins to subside, and at the end of the month begins a sweet mellow season; it lasts until mid-September. On the coast, the air warms up to 26 degrees Celsius. The water temperature in the sea is not higher than 17 degrees Celsius during the entire summer period. There is always a cool sea breeze at the coast. By the end of September, it starts to get cold again. Although autumn in Germany is quite warm and sunny. Rains at this time of year are extremely rare. The weather in late autumn is less comfortable. The temperature rarely goes above 10 degrees. Cloudy days prevail over the sunny ones. There come short rains, cold showers and the first snowfalls. Copyright www.orangesmile.com

Top periods for vacation in Germany

Protestant kindergarten of Gummersbach Germany is located in the temperate climatic zone, so the weather at any time of the year is quite pleasant for any traveler. Therefore, there is no specific tourist season in Germany. It all depends on what the traveler wants to see. Fans of warm weather and sunny days often begin to come from the end of May to the beginning of September. Summer time is characterized by huge traffic jams, high prices for accommodation and souvenirs, as well as huge queues and crowds of tourists near one or another of the country's attractions. However, at the same time, tourists still like to come to Germany in summer. They are attracted by the possibility of relaxing outdoors, as well as numerous summer festivals. The ski season opens, as a rule, in the middle of December and lasts until the snow melts, which is usually mid-March to early April.
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Germany should be visited only for the sake of its unrestrained colorful holidays. In winter, before the start of the Lent, incredible costumed processions and street parties take place on the streets of major cities. Particularly amazing celebrations pass along the river Rhine. In April, tourists will enjoy the Walpurgis Night with numerous vampires and witches who will walk around all the mountain villages. From May to September, there is the Rhine in Flames festival in the settlements on the Rhine. In June, a parade of representatives of homosexuality is arranged in the largest cities of the country. In mid-July, there is a large-scale festival called the Parade of Love in the heart of Berlin. Under the open sky, thousands of tourists and local residents can enjoy electronic music played by the world's best performers.
In mid-September, the legendary show, which does not need any advertising, begins in Munich. Millions of tourists visit the Oktoberfest to enjoy a wide variety of beers, as well as to taste all the German beer appetizers. During this period, the country is experiencing the most active influx of tourists, despite the fact that places on the Oktoberfest have been booked since the end of winter. At the same time with the beer festivals in Frankfurt, the well-known book fair is held, in which writers from more than one hundred countries take part. December is famous among tourists for its chic Christmas markets. Cities are dressed in New Year's dresses, and a magical mood embraces everyone. On New Year's Eve, the Sylvester feast takes place. It is celebrated in honor of the Pope, who turned Germans to Christianity.

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Rain forecast for Germany area

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Travel advices for top cities of Germany

Berlin
3. You should speak to local residents using their name or position. If you don’t know such information, then you can use the standard form - «Herr Doctor». The reason for this is in the fact the word "doctor" has many meanings in Germany, so it’s appropriate when referring to people of different professions. 4. When entering a cafe or a restaurant, make sure you greet the people present with the word «Mahlzeit», which can be literally translated as "bon appetit". 5. Stores in … Read more
Munich
3. Car rentals in Munich are rather expensive. The underground remains the most economical and reasonable way to move around the city. There are also a huge number of suburban trains. 4. Viktualienmarkt market is simply the best place for purchasing products. Here you can buy absolutely any product, including rare and exotic types of seafood and fruits. If you need souvenirs, the best place to search for them is the historic city center. The majority of souvenir shops are concentrated … Read more
Hamburg
3. Gourmet travellers should pay attention not only to numerous restaurants, but also to the local fish market. It has already become a kind of a tourist attraction. This is the place where you can buy seafood and try rare and original national food. The market works only on Sundays only and opens at 10:00 am. 4. A significant part of shopping streets in Hamburg have roofs, so you can conveniently walk from one shop to other even if it rains. Neuer Wall is one of the most attractive … Read more
Cologne
3. Local motorists are not distinguished by good knowledge of traffic rules. Therefore, you should be especially careful while crossing roads. 4. The local beer houses have very peculiar customer service. As soon as a waiter sees that a mug of beer is empty, he immediately brings a new one to a visitor. In order to stop waiters, you should simply put a little paper holder, which is always present on every table, on your empty glass. 5. July is the hottest month of a year, so those … Read more
Frankfurt am Main
3. Travelers arriving to the airport of Frankfurt can get to the city center by train. In this case, the journey will take about 15 minutes; trains S8 and S9 go to the downtown. An alternative to electric trains is a bus, but in this case the trip can be a little bit longer. 4. Travelers who arrive by car have to consider that during the daytime traffic along major highways is always difficult. A great part of the city is considered a pedestrian area closed for drivers; in particular, the … Read more
Dusseldorf
3. The city is very convenient to travel by public transport. As a rule, the cost of a trip is about 2 euros. Ticket for one day will cost 9€, and it applies to all types of public transport. 4. Travelers who expect to use their own car in the city should definitely not forget to buy a special sticker which confirms compliance with environmental transport regulations. Tourists who plan to rent a car should also check whether the vehicle of their choice has this label. 5. Killepitsch … Read more
Dresden
3. The best time for phone calls is from 7 am to 9 pm. It’s also recommended not to disturb local residents with phone calls on Saturday night. 4. You should behave very quietly on the streets of Dresden. It’s better to avoid active gestures and loud talk. In Dresden freedom is given to children only - they can have fun and play in any suitable location. 5. The locals refer to unfamiliar people by their last name only, so it’s important to call your full name during the … Read more
Stuttgart
3. Fans of taxi rides have to consider that services are quite expensive. Don’t be surprised if the cost of a five-minute trip will be more than 10 euros; it would beneficial to travel by taxi only with a large company. 4. Those who hope to travel around the city and explore local attractions are recommended to rent a bike. Daily rent will cost about 13 euros; many rental offices deliver a two-wheeled transport to your hotel and take bikes from the parking lot when rent term ends. 5. … Read more

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