Are you planning a trip or excursion to Munich and are interested in knowing what the weather is like at the moment? Our city weather report will tell you all about the current weather situation in Munich and also provides the forecast for tomorrow and the following 3 days. It also contains some valuable tips for your trip – any time of the year.
We can tell you the best time to travel to Munich to help you plan your trip to the city.
Is your favourite season spring, when the beer gardens open and the streets are filled with life? Or are you more of a summer person, eager to jump into the Isar on a hot day and then go for a stroll in the Englischer Garten? Perhaps you prefer the autumn, with the wonderful colours outside and the amazing offerings of Munich’s museums inside? Or are you a fan of snowy winters, when you can browse the Christmas markets in Munich before heading to one of the city’s world-famous museums to warm up? You can enjoy many of the city’s attractions and day trip destinations regardless of the weather – whether it’s rainy, sunny, hot and summery or freezing cold.
Most people travel to Munich between April and May, from September to October and also in December. That is when the city welcomes most of its visitors. Perhaps you, too?
According to the climate table for Munich, June, July and August are the warmest months on average, boasting the most hours of sunshine. During the spring and autumn, however, temperatures are ideal for sightseeing in the city and day trips further afield. In winter, you should dress warmly from December to February, when temperatures can fall below zero degrees.
There are an average of 8 to 11 rainy days each year; these are spread relatively evenly across the entire year, although the amount of precipitation is higher during the summer months than in other months. With over 1,700 hours of sunshine each year, the city is among the frontrunners when it comes to sun – so don’t forget your sun cream!
In our view, now and always are the best times to travel to Munich – after all, every season has its own particular charm. That’s why we’ve put together a few tips for your visit to Munich in each of the different seasons.
After a long, cold winter, most of which we spent cosily at home, there’s nothing more wonderful than going out again. We have put together eleven ideas for activities in Munich that are especially enjoyable in the spring. There are a great many other spring events that are worth travelling to Munich for.
To get you in the mood: Spring in Munich
There are many reasons why Munich is at its most beautiful in the summer – the city simply bursts into full bloom during the warm season.
To get you in the mood: Summer in Munich
The city’s major event in autumn needs no introduction: the Oktoberfest! The biggest event of the year, it kicks off in September and continues on into October. The whole world comes together on the Theresienwiese (Oktoberfest fairground) – but Munich has much more to offer in autumn than just Oktoberfest.
To get you in the mood: Autumn in Munich
Munich is especially cosy in the winter. The Christmas markets are as numerous as they are unique, so there is the perfect place for everyone. Many also try out winter sports in the city at this time of year, or snuggle up in one of its warm retreats.
To get you in the mood: Winter in Munich