Hi Libre, Nevertheless, September and early October are some of the best times to visit Germany, especially when the warm summer days extend into fall known as Altweibersommer (Indian summer). Happy Travelling! Thanks,
That depends what you're interested in doing/seeing. December is a particularly magical time in Germany due to the Christmas markets and Germany's emphasis on the holiday. If you're interested in hiking or visiting the country's historic castles, then the spring and summer months are favourable. Avoid Germany from January to March, as the winters (aside from Bavaria, where the snow is typically sufficient enough to ski) are cold and rainy in much of the country.
Definitely September end or October beginning. The weather is mild - winters just start to begin. Oktoberfest, world's largest beer festival is held every year in Munich around this time, so make sure to be part of it.
You can also check this video, if you are planning to include Munich in your itinerary.
If you're not a fan of battling crowds of any size, your best bet is visiting Germany during the "shoulder seasons" from March through May and from late October through November. The weather may be a bit chilly, but you'll enjoy lower prices and fewer crowds
There really is no bad time to visit Germany, but the best time to visit Germany is May when the weather has finally warmed, crowds of tourists have yet to arrive, the cherry blossoms are in bloom, and Berlin has exploded into festival season. However, there are several factors that could influence when you visit Germany. While the end of a long cold winter seems to drag, it is also best for winter sports. When the world awakens in spring festivals, it is often accompanied by thunderstorms. The country is most crowded in summer before it chills to fall when it is time for Oktoberfest. And when snow begins to hit the ground, Germany is at its most charming with its many Christmas markets. Here is a complete guide to the best time to visit Germany with a month-by-month breakdown of weather, events, and festivals.
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