What’s the weather like in Venice in June?
June is a great time to visit Venice because the subtropical climate is in full swing with high temperatures and more sunlight throughout the month.
Venice weather in June is influenced by its location on the northeast coast of Italy. The region enjoys a typical subtropical climate with the humid weather for most of the year. More people begin to arrive in June, which means it’s slightly busier than previous months. However, you’ll still find quiet havens in the city and get to enjoy a romantic meal for two overlooking the canal.
The average temperature can reach highs of 25°C at peak times of the day, which runs from 12pm to around 3pm. At night, the weather cools down to an average low of 16°C. If you love swimming, the average water temperature has heated up to 22°C, which is ideal for an afternoon dip. You’ll have 15 hours of sunlight per day with 76mm of rainfall over 12 days of the month. The humidity ranges from 52% up to 93% with the middle of the month usually being the most humid time to visit.