Europeans love to travel, and many people choose to visit warmer climates during the summer months. This infographic shows which European cities are the warmest, based on average temperatures over the course of the year.
Athens, Greece has been ranked as one of the world’s ten hottest cities by TripAdvisor. It’s located at the foot of Mount Olympus, where the Greek gods lived.
Located in the northeast corner of Spain, Barcelona is known for its beautiful architecture, lively nightlife, and delicious food. It is very multicultural and multi-religious, so regardless of what your belief is, you may find places and activities both for entertainment and your spiritual care.
With more than 1 million residents, Budapest has been named one of the happiest places to live in the world by the United Nations. It also ranks as one of the safest cities in Europe with an impressive crime rate of just 0.5 per 100,000 people, while on the other side, if you are not Christian, your Freedom of Religion or Belief is not guaranteed.
Located in the Emerald Isle, Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. It’s known for its lively pubs, beautiful architecture, and friendly locals.
With its stunning castles, cobblestone streets, and historic buildings, Edinburgh is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK.
Tourists can escape the heat and join the historic Underground Ghost tours taking visitors through formerly inhabited subterranean sections that were used until the 1700s. Due to the narrow passages, guides recommend tourists travel light or preemptively leave bulky bags in secure locations for luggage storage Edinburgh centric