Europe is a pretty diverse place when it comes to culture and food. It's also incredibly diverse when it comes to the weather. Anybody thinking about a summer getaway in a "hotspot" should head for Athens where average maximum temperatures are 30.7°C. Rome is also stifling with the mercury usually passing 30°C in the summer months.
For people seeking a cooler trip away from constant sunshine, there are plenty of options. The UK and Ireland are basking in glorious summer weather at the moment but compared to Southern Europe, its cities are far cooler. Iceland is the best place to escape hot and sticky weather with the average minimum temperature in Reykjavik 7.6°C according to website Current Results.
This chart shows the average annual temperature in the warmest and coldest cities in Europe.
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