Best Europe weather???

1 May 2008 EllieA asked

<span class="ev_code_PURPLE">So I've been trying to do a little research, looking up average temperatures for September in Europe...such as Munich, Paris, Rome, London, etc. where I'd be staying most likely (looks like European Discovery, or maybe the European Highlights).<BR><BR>But...I'm still wondering if September is really the best bet weather-wise (and money-wise too since there can probably be some good sales). My dad can't seem to budge on going any other time since winter would be too cold (plus I'd miss out on some excursions). I can only go after mid-August cause of summer classes...<BR><BR>Is September chilly or just right? And what part of September would be ideal? I know Oktoberfest is the last 2 weeks, which would be interesting to observe, but yeah... I don't want to end up going during a real rainy season or anything.</span> <BR><BR><span class="ev_code_RED">Any tips? Thanks a bunch! <img src="" alt="Big Grin" width="15" height="15"><!--graemlin::D--> </span>
  • 2 May 2008 mich31 said


    Hey EllieA

    Im going on the Euro Discovery from 19 August to 31 August. So its close to September. Have had a look at weather on the internet from previous years. Temps seem to range from about 19 degrees Celcius in London to about 28 in Rome. So it will probably be a bit nippy in London but warmer towards Italy (more mediteranean type weather!). Good Luck!



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