Europe

Europe is generally characterized by a temperate climate. Most of Western Europe has an Oceanic climate, in the Köppen climate classification, featuring cool to warm summers and cool winters with frequent overcast skies.
Valletta in Malta, an island nation off the south coast of Italy, tops the list of ten hot cities in Europe. Farther east, temperatures in Athens, Greece are almost as high.
Hottest Cities in Europe.
High °F 72.1
High °C 22.3
City Valletta, Malta
Low °F 58.8
Low °C 14.9
Although Europe is a year-round travel destination, the best time to visit Europe is during the summer months of June to September. This is the time when the sun is high, the beaches are warm and the weather is sunny.
#1 Portugal. Portugal has some of the best weather in all of Europe. You can kiss snow- and sleet-filled winters goodbye in this compact country. Whether you are a cold-weather person, love the intense heat of summer, or prefer a year-round, spring-like climate, Portugal has something for everyone.

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