Skip Navigation

weather worries...

Travel Forums Europe weather worries...

  • 1
  • 2

Last Post

11. Posted by adamsa (Budding Member 38 posts) 9y

im going to be in both in july.. but not further south than rome. is there a cutoff city for weather bearability? :)

Quoting tway

Quoting adamsa

is there much difference between countries like belgium and italy during july or is all hot.. and how *hot* is it (outside of heatwaves)

Lord yes! Italy - especially in the south - can go up beyond 35 C in "normal" weather. Almost unbearable to walk around in. Belgium is much, much farther north, and so more moderate.

12. Posted by Mancunion (Full Member 128 posts) 9y

I was in South of Spain (Andalucia(Seville, Cordoba etc)) last August and weather was beautiful. Seville was a little hot but I enjoyed it. It was a change from what we have here in Manchester. 40 C compared to 20 C Cordoba was similar. Swimming? Absolutely!! Yeah Belgium is totally different!

There is also differences in temperature between cities in Spain.

Lisbon should be nice too. I Was there lastSpring at the temp was nice and hot, about 30 C. We went to Sintra, BEAUTIFUL! and it was even hotter there!

So enjoy whereever you go! :)

13. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 9y

The north of europe is very unpredictable in the summer. For example i was in Crete a few years ago (south europe) and it was 35 degrees. Very hot. Yet when I looked in the paper it was 40 degrees in the UK which is in the north!! I went abroad to get some sun and it was hotter at home.

  • 1
  • 2