What’s the weather like in Berlin in July?
With plenty of warm sunshine and high temperatures, the Berlin weather in July is the best all year. Germany’s exciting and historic capital city is very popular in this peak summer month as visitors explore the parks, museums, shopping areas and cafés in wonderful conditions.
Berlin’s found in the north-east of Germany about 100km from Poland. Cities in the east of the country are usually a little cooler than the west and south, like Stuttgart and Cologne. Berlin’s a slight exception as its metropolitan landscape keeps temperatures higher than surrounding rural towns.
Take warm weather clothing for your trip to Germany this month. The weather in Berlin in July hits an average daytime high temperature of 23°C and occasionally higher. Cooler days can sometimes drop to around 14°C but even at night, the temperature will hover around 15°C on average. If you’re taking in the sights of Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag Building or enjoying a cruise along the Spree River you shouldn’t need to take an umbrella. Average rainfall in Berlin in July’s just 42mm, with only 14 days experiencing some rain. The sun should shine for around nine hours and rises at 5am before setting about 9.30pm. The humidity level’s low and comfortable.