Vevey has a chilly weather for the major part of the year. Still, this part of Switzerland does experience four distinct seasons. If you are visiting Vevey for the first time, you need to know about the climate details in order to plan your trip. So, check out the following points for the information:
Spring (April to May): Spring season stays for a very short period of time. Still the transition of Vevey from winter to spring is just awe-inspiring. While some portion of the Alps still remains covered with snow, few hiking trails also open up. You can see the newly bloomed flowers covering the trees along the streets. All in all, in spring Vevey look like a fairytale. Though, this season is considered off-season, still visiting Vevey at this time of the year benefits you in enjoying nice deals on hotel prices.
Summer (June to September): Summer has always been the peak season in Switzerland. And being part of this country, Vevey equally gets crowded with tourists. With lots of summer activities, opening their doors the hotel price simultaneously shoots up. So as the flights! Hence, visiting Vevey in this peak season can cost you a lot.
Autumn (October to November): Like spring, autumn also stays for a short period of time. As the leaves turn golden yellow, the nature gets all decked up to welcome the fall season. And trust me! It is a treat for the eyes. In the beginning of autumn- the temperature ranges from 10-20 degree Celsius and the town gets vibrant with a hoard of tourists. Hence, inspite of being the off-season autumn is still considered as the ideal time for the visit.
Winter (December to March): The temperature falls as low as -1 to -2 degree Celsius. The maximum temperature at this time is 7 degree Celsius. Still you can enjoy snow sports like skiing, snow-boarding and ice-skating.
Hence, Summer is the obvious option to visit Vevey. But to be specific, spring and autumn are the best time to visit Vevey. If you are someone who loves frosting, cold along with tranquility, winter is the time for you to visit.