North-western and coastal Germany are classed as a temperate marine climates — and feature hot summers and mild winters. Other regions such as Bavaria are classed as temperate because there’s a clear spring, summer, autumn and winter, with no hot or cold periods longer than others. Reflecting the different temperate zones, extremes between summer and winter, night and day and are considerably greater in the south than in the north. Rain falls throughout the year, with the highest levels experienced in the summer months — so whenever you visit you may need to bring or buy an umbrella.
Germany is a year round destination; it really depends on what you’re looking to do. The general consensus is that March to May can be the best time to visit Munich. Spring is coming into bloom, increasingly warmer and sunnier if you want to visit the beer gardens, and best of all the main summer tourist rush has yet to begin. June to August is the summer busy season that only tends to trail off at the end of Oktoberfest in well... October. Winter can be an appealing attraction for those who want to experience German Christmas markets or traditions or just go skiing.
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