Late autumn is one of the coldest seasons in Poland so if you decide on a visit in November, you really need proper clothing. It’s no fun strolling along Planty if you shiver with cold in your light jacket and soaked pumps. FAQ: Will we need gloves? Definitely yes! Should I bring a beanie? Well, faux fur trapper hats are very much in vogue too! Would you pack warm shoes? You bet! They’re absolutely essential as Krakow is best explored on foot.
November in Poland might seem a bit gloomy at first sight but in Krakow I actually love this autumnal aura. Lovely Krakow streets are just more romantic when they’re misty and ginger honey tea never tastes better, especially if you can drink it at a warm candlelit café in Kazimierz.
Average temperatures in Krakow in November 2016:
1st – 9°C (48°F)
11th – 5°C (41°F)
19th – 8°C (46°F)
24th – 8°C (46°F)
To view Krakow weather live, visit the official Krakow website:
Weather Krakow Live Streaming
From the left side menu you’ll be able to select live streaming from four different locations around Krakow: Wawel Castle, Rynek Podgorski, Grodzka Street and Rynek Glowny (Main Square).
Don’t forget to book a lovely apartment for your stay. We’ve compiled a list of absolutely gorgeous holiday flats in Krakow that will make your stay special whatever the weather.