Eastern Europe Weather

Temperatures and Rainfall for Weather in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe weather varies by region and by country. Some cities, such as Ljubljana, experience plenty of rainfall. Others, such as Moscow, have snow cover for months on end. Still others, such as Dubrovnik, enjoy above-freezing temperatures year-round. Temperatures and rainfall depend upon a variety of factors: proximity to bodies of water, inland position, or topographical features that affect the wind. Get the month-by-month average precipitation, highs and lows, and average temperatures for your destination city below.

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    When are you visiting Prague? Summers are hot and winters are cold, but there's always something going on the Czech capital city. Be prepared whatever month whatever month you're planning to travel.

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    Dubrovnik rarely sees snow or freezing temperatures. Though you can't expect beach-friendly weather year round, you won't have to worry about bundling up even if you visit Dubrovnik during the New Year!

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    Moderately warm summers and cold winters characterize Vilnius weather. It's no surprise that summer is the most popular season to travel to the Lithuanian capital.

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    St. Petersburg is Russia's second capital. Like Moscow, its first capital, St. Petersburg experiences long, cold winters during which its rivers freeze. The short warm-weather season is the favorite time to travel to St. Petersburg.

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    Zagreb's weather varies drastically from Croatia's favorite coastal destination, Dubrovnik. Snow cover is typical for the latter half of winter, but spring, summer, and fall can offer good opportunities for travel.

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    Though winters are cold in Krakow, air from the Tatras Mountains warms the air during the day. This is good news for Christmas market-goers, who flock to Krakow for its incredible holiday displays.

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    Ljubljana is one of Europe's rainiest cities, so prepare for wet weather when you travel to Slovenia's capital.

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    Bratislava is slightly warmer and drier than other parts of Slovakia. While warm summers draw visitors in the greatest numbers, December's holiday celebrations have tourists braving the cold in Old Town and elsewhere.

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    Moscow can experience heatwaves during its warm summers. Conversely, snow cover lasts for months during the winter. Be prepared for these extremes when you plan your trip to Moscow. But don't be dissuaded by below-freezing temperatures in winter - Moscow locals know how to enjoy their snow and ice!

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    From April to September, you can generally count on good travel weather, though summer is Budapest's rainiest season.

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    Expect warm summers, chilly winters, and pleasant spring and autumn weather in Warsaw.