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Europe in November
Written by Arundhati Toshniwal on January 6, 2022 Share on

Europe in November: A Seasonal Splendor

Europe is a delight destination all through the year! Europe in November is at the peak of autumn and gets ready for the winter. Northern Europe experiences chill and cold weather and by the end of November, you can even witness snow! South Europe experiences pleasant weather with rainfall. Be sure to pack the best destinations and things to do in our Europe package. No need to worry at all because whichever region or city you pick you will enjoy the merits of the low tourist season. Enjoy the lower airfares, discounts on accommodation, less crowd and so on. In this blog, know about the weather conditions, what to wear, events and places to visit!

Weather in Europe in November

Europe gets colder and wet most of the time but the weather may vary in different European regions or countries. It depends on which region you are visiting; on average, the temperature goes up to 15 °C–20 °C and lower to 2 °C to -1°C. You can expect freezing cold and snow in November in the northern regions of Europe, such as Germany, Poland, and Scandinavia. If you are not a fan of cold and snow then consider touring southern Europe, where it is quite mild.

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What to wear in Europe in November

It all depends on what countries you will be visiting. If you are visiting the chilly northern countries, you will need to pack a lot more heavy layered clothes so you can be warm. Do remember to pack a scarf, gloves, and a warm hat.

On the other hand, if you are planning to visit the southern region of Europe then you will need normal summer clothes and sunglasses. But still, carry some jackets and sweaters and the temperature may vary. Do not forget to have a water-resistant jacket, in case of precipitation.

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Events / Festivals in Europe in November

1. All Saints’ Day

This festival is celebrated on the 1st of November in almost every country of Europe. It is a Christian tradition in which families visit cemeteries and clean the tombstones of deceased relatives.

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2. Jazz Festivals

For all the fans of the classic genre, you can witness some of the biggest jazz festivals in Europe. It is celebrated in Europe throughout the year in Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, and Berlin. Choose your favourite destination and hop into excitement and fun!

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3. Bonfire Night (UK)

Bonfire Night is also known as Guy Fawkes Night and is celebrated on the 5th of November in the United Kingdom. Bonfires and even firework shows are very common in the country but it is not an official bank holiday.

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Places to Visit in Europe in November

  1. Naples, Italy
  2. Paris, France
  3. Seville, Spain
  4. Florence, Italy
  5. Warsaw, Poland

1. Naples, Italy

  • Average High Temperature: 18°C | Average Low Temperature: 10°C

Naples is known for good food, great vibes and a zest for life. In November all you need is an umbrella and a raincoat can shield you as it is the wettest month. This is not a peak tourist season which gives you fewer crowds as well as cheap accommodations. Have the best Pizza in the world here and explore the culture and history of the city.

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2. Paris, France

  • Average High Temperature: 11°C | Average Low Temperature: 6°C

While the days get shorter and the cold gets sharper, still you can enjoy this lovely city – Paris! Visit the famous Louvre and have a picnic with Eiffel Tower in the background or cruise on the Seine River. You can also witness music festivals and participate in those or watch a Cabaret show. If you are with your kids then do not forget to visit Disneyland Paris for memories of a lifetime!

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3. Seville, Spain

  • Average High Temperature: 20°C | Average Low Temperature: 10°C

Seville is one of the best places to go in Europe in November as winter here is just fantastic! Walk outside without sharp heat. Explore and admire the architectural beauties of Royal Alcazar, La Giralda, Seville Cathedral and many more. Stroll down the medieval lanes and bless our appetite with authentic cuisines. Do not forget the famous Flamenco show, a folkloric music tradition of southern Spain.

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4. Florence, Italy

  • Average High Temperature: 15°C | Average Low Temperature: 6°C

Florence is one of the most charming cities in Europe. You can completely immerse yourself in cultural history, brilliant art and marvellous architecture. Even the atmosphere is utterly dramatic and November is one of the wettest months and receives a good amount of rain. Get your rain gear in place and explore this wonderful city. As it is low tourist season you can witness discounts on accommodation, airfares, train tickets and even less crowd. Walk around the street and shop in the hometown of Gucci and Ferragamo.

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5. Warsaw, Poland

  • Average High Temperature: 6°C | Average Low Temperature: 0°C

Warsaw is a magical place with rich history, a marvellous collection of landmarks, and delicious cuisine. Warsaw history includes destruction at the end of the Second World War and survival. This bustling, built-up, beautiful capital of Poland has a lot to offer and is full of energy. Explore the royal castle in Warsaw, the Copernicus science centre, łazienki królewskie museum’s park and so much more!

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Europe in November is at the peak of autumn and gets ready for the winter. So, it’s time for you to get ready to explore this wonderland! Pickyourtrail provides the best deals on Europe Trip Packages, so don’t wait and check now! You can also customise your Europe itinerary and explore this dreamy destination according to your pace. Get handy with our passports, as you are going to need them very soon!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the weather like in Europe in November?

Temperatures in Europe are generally cooler in November, though this varies by region. Temperatures in many areas will range from 0 to 15 degrees Celsius (32 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit).

What should I pack for a trip to Europe in November?

Pack layers, such as a warm coat, sweaters, scarves, and gloves, as well as waterproof clothing, especially if visiting Northern Europe.

Can I see fall foliage in Europe in November?

Some parts of Europe, particularly in the early weeks of November, may still have remnants of fall foliage, particularly in central and southern Europe.

Is November a budget-friendly time to visit Europe?

Many European destinations consider November to be the offseason, which means lower lodging prices and fewer crowds.

Is it a good time for outdoor activities in Europe during November?

In some regions, you can indulge in outdoor activities. However, since it’s the winter season, not all outdoor activities are doable.

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