Are you having a hard time deciding on a vacation spot? If you want to escape the high temperatures and spend a summer in the cool, there are places where a jacket is necessary even at the hottest time of the year.
The Irish capital has witnessed wars and conflicts. Tradition and modernity come together in the ideal city for urbanites, but also nature lovers. Its green gardens and the traditional taverns of Temple Bar are one of the main attractions of the city. Temperatures during the summer months do not usually exceed 22 °C.
Reykjavík is Iceland’s capital and most populous city. During the winter it receives only four hours of sunlight a day, and during the summer it is almost 24 hours a day. It is the ideal place for nature lovers. It has dozens of green areas and public parks. The average temperature in summer is 12°C, although exceptionally it has reached 25°C. Iceland is one of the best places to see the aurora borealis.
The ancient capital of Poland has an incredible architectural legacy and a rich artistic and cultural heritage. The market square or walk through the streets of the old town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO are essential if you see the city. Nearby you can find historical tourist spots such as Wawel Royal Castle and the Bazylika Mariacka.
Cíes Islands, Galicia
They’re islands like a postcard. A total of nine beaches with crystal clear water and miles of white sand. Rhodes, San Martiño and Figueiras are the most significant beaches, but there are numerous coves such as Muxieira or Cantareiras. Walking, swimming, reading, or enjoying the delicious gastronomy are its strong points. Its average annual temperature is between 13 and 15°C.