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The Weather in Truro
Here is our climate diagram for Truro. July is the warmest month in Truro, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Truro, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is May.
Choose a holiday cottage in Truro for the best of Cornish culture
Truro is Cornwall's only city, and the centre of life in this coastal region. From Georgian family guest houses to rambling farmhouses, Truro offers a wide range of traditional style accommodation options.
Eating out in Truro: traditional cream teas and swanky restaurants
No trip to Cornwall is complete without a Cornish pasty, and you’ll find some quality ones in Truro. But if you’re less of a traditionalist, you’ll also find a selection of vegetarian restaurants and cafés. The town centre offers cuisines from around the world, with a whole host of decent takeaway joints. For a day out, head to the Lemon Street Market and choose from three cafés selling locally sourced food and delicious coffee.
Out and about in Truro: Georgian treasures and retail therapy
Towering over the city, Truro Cathedral is a well-loved landmark. Georgian terraces and town houses abound, and a simple walk through the city will delight anyone with a passing interest in architecture. Visit the Royal Cornwall Museum or take a trip on the Fal River. Soak up the atmosphere at the Bosvigo Gardens or get back to nature in the beautiful National Trust estate at Trelissick.
But it’s the shops and markets that stand Truro apart from its Cornish counterparts. Buy local produce at the Farmers’ Market or get a more modern experience at the independent outlets and boutiques in Truro’s streets. Pannier Market sells everything from fabrics to ice cream.
Visitors flock to Truro year-round to participate in a variety of events. St Piran’s Day is celebrated every March, with singing, dancing and a parade. Each April, the Britain in Bloom event sees the city bedecked in colourful floral displays. The week-long Fal River Festival held in May includes music and entertainment as well as sporting events, while the Great Cornish Food Festival is held on Lemon Quay every September and has an excellent reputation for quality food.
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