Germany experiences a temperate climate that compliments its beautiful landscapes and scenery. The North-Western region is influenced by the North Atlantic Drift, leading to mild winters and warm summers. The Inland areas undergo a variable continental climate every year. The Southern Germany sees a perennial pleasant weather throughout. The Northern Germany along the Baltic coast undergoes a predictable climate, which is characterized by the Atlantic influence.
TOP SEASONS OF GERMANY:
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This overview of the seasons of Germany covers top-4 seasons with information on top festivals, top attractions, and some much needed TravAssured Tips!
The season of Spring is formed by March, April, and May. March is quite shifty and cold. One day it is significantly warm and suddenly cold and snowy, the other days. Real spring starts from April with flowers blooming and plants blossoming. The best of Spring is cherished during May, which also marks the tourism expansion.
TravAssured Tip: Bring warm as well as light clothing.
Top Spring Festivals: Leipzig Book Fair, Maifeiertag celebrations and fairs, Book Day in Germany, Festival of Gothic Music and Culture in Leipzig.
Top Catch: Lichtenstein Castle, Burg Eltz, Rüdesheim am Rhein, Königssee, Hamburg, Münster, Mainz, Saxon Switzerland, Dresden, Dusseldorf etc.
Summer is the peak tourist season. This is the season when nature gets beautifully transformed and appears in all its amazing glory with beautiful landscapes. Northern regions are comparatively colder than the Southern and temperature sometimes reach 20 °C. In the absence of scorching heat, awesome hiking and adventurous excursions can be enjoyed. In July, the temperature even marks 30 °C.
TravAssured Tip: Tourist influx is at its peak, so book your flights and hotels in advance.
Top Summer Festivals: Opera Festival in Munich, Fireworks festival "Cologne Lights", Peace Day in Augsburg, Ascension of Mary, Festival "Long Night of the Museums" in Berlin etc.
Top Catch: A Summer's Tale 2019, Taubertal Festival, M'era Luna Festival, Highfield, Chiemsee Summer, MS DOCKVILLE, Lollapalooza etc.
The withering season begins in October. During September, the nature parks and greenwoods save their verdure. The most-rainy season in Germany is Autumn which is also referred to as the “Festival Season” in Germany.
TravAssured Tip: It would be smart to carry an umbrella and a raincoat to fend off any sudden rain.
Top Autumn Festivals: Oktoberfest, Erntedankfest, Day of German Unity, Halloween, International Savings Day, Reformation Day, All Saints Day, St. Martin's Day, and Sunday in honor of All Souls in Germany.
Top Catch: Moselle Valley, Lake Constance, Rhineland Palatinate Wine Route, Rakotzbrücke, Neuschwanstein Castle and Jasmund National Park.
The best part of Germany experiences windy and green winters. The severe frost also carries forward festive and beautiful carnivals during February. The entire Germany has unstoppable fun with the bottom of its heart. Even employees are exempted from work during holidays. Cologne takes a center-stage for hosting tumultuous festivities and celebrations.
TravAssured Tip: The temperature rarely dips below -20 Degree Celsius.
Top Winter Festivals: Catholic St. Nicholas Day, Christmas Eve, St. Stephen's Day, The New Year’s Eve celebration, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Samba Carnival, Fastnacht Carnival and Berlin International Film Festival "Berlinale".
Top Catch: Zugspitze, Partnachklamm, Cologne Christmas Markets, Phantasia Land, Dresden etc.