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You may be surprised by that, but the temperatures in Vienna can rise to very high levels in July and August. The climate in Vienna is officially temperate and compared to some other places like Moscow or Marrakech the differences in temperatures between day and night are smaller. Furthermore, Vienna is usually quite windy and the wind cools you down when it gets warm. Nevertheless, afternoon temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius are not uncommon in the Austrian capital.
Besides high temperatures, be also prepared for thunderstorms in summer in Vienna. Like in other cities in Central Europe, summer thunderstorms are often a result of hot weather and usually they don’t last for very long time.
Vienna offers a plenty of options where to hide from too much sun and too high temperatures in summer. You can hide in one of the numerous museums in Vienna – for the widest scale of options go to MuseumsQuartier (Museums Quarter). Alternatively, you can visit the large Schönbrunn Park and hide under the trees. There are many things to do in Schönbrunn. If you don’t mind looking at human bones, the catacombs in the Stephansdom are another great option.
A great idea in hot weather is an ice cream. The best places for having an ice cream in Vienna are:
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