How is the weather in Berlin in June?

This post is about the weather in Berlin in June, including average temperatures, precipitation, and tips on packing and sightseeing activities.


HOW COLD IS BERLIN IN JUNE?

Berlin in June pleasantly warm but can be a bit on the wet side.

Early in June, morning lows are at 11-12C (low to mid-50s F) while afternoons tend to be 21-22C (lower 70s F).  

A couple of the cooler mornings can see temperatures dipping to 7-8C (mid-40s F) or less.

Average Temperatures in Berlin in June

 

By the end of June, mornings tend to be 13-14C (mid to upper 50s F) while afternoons tend to average 24-25C (mid-70s F). 

A few of the warmer afternoons will see temperatures reaching 29C (mid-80s F) or more.

 


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HOW MUCH SUN OR RAIN?

June has the longest days as daylight hours average just over 16.5 hours.  You can expect about 9 days throughout June to be sunny or at least partly sunny.

About 14 days will see some rainfall with 3 or 4 of those days having a thunderstorm.

Weather Calendar Berlin June


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WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Berlin has a good amount of rain in June, so keep that in mind as you pack. We’ve made a list below of what to bring:

1. Rain Jacket

With about half the days in June expecting rain, it’s a good idea to bright a light rain jacket. Something like this one by EZRUN packs easily and will also keep you dry and warm on chilly or wet days. An umbrella is also suggested.

men rain jacket

2. Sweater

The best way to make sure you’re comfortable is to pack a sweater for layering on for cooler mornings. A simple pull-on is enough, like this one to go over comfortable cotton tops 

brown sweater

3. Long Pants

Long pants and skirts are a good thing to pack. Jeans are a good option, being comfortable to go from chilly morning to a warmer afternoon without being too hot or cold. 


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WHAT TO DO IN BERLIN IN JUNE

There are a number of great things to do in Berlin year-round, including visiting the city’s many museums, touring the Reichstag, walking through the Holocaust Memorial, and seeing remnants of the Berlin Wall and Berlin’s famous street art.

This section lists our suggestions for things to do in Berlin this month. 

For more detail on these free things to do, family-friendly activities, and evening entertainment and events, read our full post for the best things to do in Berlin.

 

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TIP: When you purchase a tourist discount pass, you can see more while saving money on the most popular attractions. Some city passes will give up to 55% discounts!

  • Attend the International German Gymnastics Festival.
  • Go to the Open Air Gallery.
  • Attend the German-French Fair.
  • Take a Free Walking Tour.

Find more detail for these top things to do in our full Berlin in June post.

 

 

About the author

Fred is a marine meteorologist and sailed briefly with American Export Lines in the Far East trade. He has extensive experience in weather analysis, weather forecasting, and forensic weather event reconstructions. Fred founded Ocean Weather Services and currently provides forensic marine weather reports to the maritime industry.