Bragança, in the Alto Trás-os-Montes region of the northeast corner of Portugal at 2356 feet above sea level, has long, wet winters and short but hot summers, although with the altitude, summer days cool into pleasant nights.
Braganca Average Temperatures
The average temperature charts for Braganca show the night to day variation in temperatures that the northern city is subject to.
Bragança has quite a bit of snow in the winter, along with rather high precipitation levels from September through February, as you can see from the rainfall chart.
We hope this historic weather and climate information helps you plan a trip to Bragança and the rural Trás-os-Montes historical region.
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