For most families, summer is the best time of the year to go away on a holiday as the kids are off school. However, if you aren’t fond of high temperatures or you don’t fancy bringing a young child to a place that is very hot, it can be a little tricky organising a vacation. 


So, to make deciding on a destination a lot easier on you, we have compiled a list of five places that might suit your needs: 


1. Brittany, France

Brittany in the north of France does enjoy gorgeous sunshine but the average temperature for July is about 21°C making it perfect for those non-sun worshipers.


2. Vienna, Austria

With water and touristy things to do, and temperatures generally staying around the mid-twenties in July and August, Vienna in Austria would make a great destination for a family holiday.


3. Bled, Slovenia

For a cheap but cheerful holiday without the intense heat, why not head to Bled. Temperatures can reach about 26°C in July, but on average it will generally be around the low twenties.


4. Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm has incredible scenery and with temperatures averaging out at around 22°C in July, this is perfect if you are not fond of the heat.


5. Nantes, France

Located in the west, Nantes is right on the Loire River and is a beautiful example of old, traditional France. With maximum temperatures reaching the mid-twenties, this is a fantastic location if you don’t want anywhere hot.




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