June in Eastern Europe sees relatively warm, sunny weather and lots of visitors. Eastern Europe is also Northern Europe, so "warm" means not cold. It's similar to spring weather in much of the United States and cooler than June typically is across most of the country. Afternoon highs generally range in the 70-degree Fahrenheit range. This means great weather for sightseeing, eating alfresco, and any other outdoor activities you might choose to do. But you should pack lightweight jackets or sweaters to layer on if needed—and you will definitely need a wrap at night. Plan your trip early if you want to travel during this popular month. June travel offers the opportunity to meet other travelers, explore cities on foot, and enjoy a variety of festivals and events.
Prague Museum Night and a contemporary dance festival take place in June in Prague. But Prague is so lively during June, you won't have any trouble finding fun things to do from sun-up until sundown. The weather in Prague in June is mild and sunny, with an average high of 71 degrees Fahrenheit, dipping to 51 degrees Fahrenheit at night. That's perfect weather for sightseeing in this stunning city.
Budapest takes advantage of summertime weather to host a variety of outdoor festivals that celebrate music and the performing arts. Stroll along the Danube River to relax after a day of sightseeing in summer weather that is as close to ideal as you can get: June temperatures average 77 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 57 degrees Fahrenheit at night.
Open-air music festivals and concerts fill Warsaw's June calendar. Visit Lazienki Park on Sunday to take in some Chopin or seek out the Mozart and jazz festivals if they're more your style. Its average daily highs of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and nightly lows of 52 degrees Fahrenheit make outdoor activities a pleasure.
Cultural Summer kicks off in June in Bratislava, where the temperatures range from lows of 55 degrees Fahrenheit to pleasant highs of 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The events incorporated into this months-long festival span music concerts and theater performances.
When in Lithuania, check out the Vilnius Festival for summertime entertainment. Vilnius' solstice, or St. John's Night, activities mirror those of Poland's and serve as reminders of pre-Christian rituals. You might need a sweater or wrap all the time in Vilnius; the June highs average 68 degrees Fahrenheit, with lows of 52 degrees Fahrenheit.
June is the first month of reliably warm weather in Krakow, and it attracts tourists to this Polish city in droves. You can expect afternoon highs of 77 degrees Fahrenheit and lows at night of 59 degrees Fahrenheit. Plenty of events are planned for this month, too; one of the biggest is the Krakow City Festival.