Krakow is a large city in Poland that has temperamental weather typical of its cool and damp climate. The summer is usually quite pleasant and mild with low temperatures arriving in autumn and winter. The best time to visit Krakow is in the summer. You can expect warmer temperatures throughout the season with an average high of 25°C. Unpredictable weather is very common in Krakow, so it’s worth carrying an umbrella with you when you’re out and slip a warm coat in your luggage to prepare yourself. Rainfall is likely throughout the year and the summer has an average monthly rainfall of 69mm that decreases to 27mm per month in winter. Spring and autumn is the best time to go to Krakow for mild weather with an average temperature ranging from 4°C to 14°C. You’ll need to wear a jacket when you’re out, but you’ll also get to enjoy a quiet time in the city with fewer crowds than the busy summer months.