Bratislava has a moderately temperate climate with long summers and cold winters. The city is one of the driest places in Slovakia and the rainfall is scattered throughout the year without any distinguished season.
Bratislava’s changing weather is a major concern for tourists- including its receding snowfall and shortened Spring and Autumn season. When you visit, make sure you have cross checked its current climatic conditions.
Summer: May to September is the summer season with July and August being the hottest months. The average temperature can rise up to 27 degrees Celsius at its peak. Rain is not uncommon and July is the wettest month in the city.
Autumn: October to November is the autumn season with pleasant temperature of around 9-15 degrees Celsius.
Winters: December to February is the winter season with receding annual snowfall. January is the coldest month when the temperature can fall as low as -3 degrees Celsius.
Spring: March to April is the spring season with an average temperature of around 10-14 degrees Celsius even though the temperature can be lower.
The Spring and Autumn season are not as distinguished as in the years gone by.
The best time to visit Bratislava is during the Summer, Spring and Autumn season.