Some people like to cook in the sun for the whole summer, but other people like the quiet moments of relief in the shade, or the pleasant cold air. Here are the top 10 summer destinations for all our snow buns and ski bombs.
1. Oslo, Norway
Fancy a metropolitan experience with its cool weather? Adventure in Norway and other beautiful blue fjords of geography which makes postcard perfect to this land. There is also delicious food, shopping, and night life that does not need to be destroyed!
2. Easter Island, Chile
Chile is full of many wonderful natural wonders, but Easter Island is one of the most exciting, where July is the best time to visit for the light weather, usually in the mid-60’s.
3. Denali National Park, Alaska
No, Alaska does not have all kinds of ice – in fact, it is a place to travel for those who enjoy light warmth. As temperatures rise in the 60s, this park has 6 million acres of gorgeous greenery and wildlife such as reindeer, mousse, and sheep.
4. Skefffel Nature Reserve, Iceland
Iceland is fast in the wind during the summer, and even in warmer months it is not unreasonable to venture into a swim in the geothermal spring or on glacier growth.
5. Queenstown, New Zealand
Thanks to a good ol language due to the equator, summer in Europe and North America means cold in the months of June, July and August. Many skiers chose this as their winter destination, while nature lovers come to see the Humpback whale.
6. Havon, Uruguay
If the snow is not a pleasant way to go in your delightful summer, then Uruguay is filled with vineyards and rides a balloon with hot air, which is actually a romantic scene for the country. It can be a little chili, so bring a sweater.
7. Lima, Peru
Peru is the best in its dry season, mostly because you attack less by mosquitoes than other times of the year. Enjoy the salted corn kernels, which are known as cannas or sprinkle coated chocolate cookies, which are known for the city’s capital of the city.
8. Mexico City, Mexico
The height of Mexico (7,000 feet above sea level) is the reason for the mild climate throughout the year. There is no shortage of things to do in the city of Mexico City, from the street food ranging from explosive-flavored street food to bustling culture.
9. Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
This coastal oasis has not left you the sun, and its maximum heat reaches 80 degrees Fahrenheit. When you see seals, puffins, and waves, keep a good air.
10. Stockholm, Sweden
A vibrant art and museum culture, world heritage sites and a city with a prestigious architecture? It is usually deliciously fresh in the summer of summer, which is also in Sweden with the highest sunlight, like the sun at 3:45 in the morning and late at 10 in the morning.