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The Perfect Time to Visit Tirana
When considering your Tirana--when to go options, it is a good idea to take a note about the local climate. Tirana has a Mediterranean climate, typically characterized by hot and dry summers, and mild and wet winters. Here’s a detailed look at the various seasons.
Tirana has a really hot summer, with temperatures in June, July and August reaching 43 to 45 degrees Celsius. The heat actually starts in May, with temperatures rising up to 37 degrees Celsius, and continues up to September, with temperatures falling no more than 6 degrees compared to the previous months. Undoubtedly, the hottest and driest month is July, when rainfall is less than 3cm. Many tourists have to experience the local heat at its maximum, since July is the month when the famous annual Tirana Jazz Festival is held. To avoid any troubles, drink lots of water and always wear a hat.
Tirana has a mild, even warm winter. It is not unusual for the temperatures in the winter months to range from 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. It is almost impossible to experience a drop under 0 degrees Celsius. This is not that much of a good thing, since all of the water falls in the form or rain and it really rains a lot in Tirana, at times even over 20cm per month. That’s why you’ll surely have equip yourself with a decent umbrella when you visit Tirana during the winter months.