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The climate of  Poland is influenced by a continental climate from the east and the marine climate from the west. In simple words, the weather in Krakow is quite variable. The average temperature in July is 17C, while in January -2C. However, one year there is no snow during the winter, whereas another year the snow can paralyse a life in the city. Summer is usually warm and sunny, but it happens that it can be wet and cold. The famed Polish "golden autumn" brings dry and warm weather among colorful dying leaves. While the Krakow's beautiful springs brings sweet smelling blossoms to the city.

The hottest months are July and August. The coldest ones are January and February with the temperatures sometimes falling to -20C.  But no worries, for cold polish weather we strongly recommend you to attend all of our parties during which you will be able to warm up a lot...!!!!