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7 Best European Cities You Should Visit

Do you want to know which European towns are the finest to visit this year?

It’s challenging to pick the greatest cities in Europe this year because there are so many wonderful ones to visit. So, for your convenience, here is a list of the most stunning cities in Europe:

1. Munich, Germany

The weather in Munich is suitable for strolling. The temperature rises to between 59°F and 68°F during the day. The walk itself is delightful rather than becoming a hardship because of the extreme heat, and there is no oppressive heat to flee from.

Additionally, it’s not too chilly, so you can enjoy the stunning views of the ancient city and spend a lot of time outside. The duration of daylight is still between 10 and 12 hours. The range of the temperature at night is between 53°F and 41°F.

2. Budapest, Hungary

The population of Budapest, Hungary’s capital and largest city, is around 2 million. The city is situated on both sides of the Danube River, with the flat Pest on one side and the hilly, landscaped Buda on the right bank (west). Budapest, often known as the “Paris of the East” and the “Pearl of the Danube,” is home to a number of outstanding landmarks, structures, museums, theaters, and thermal resorts. Additionally, it is well known for its superb shopping, entertainment, and cuisine.

3. Valencia, Spain

At the meeting point of the Turia River and the Mediterranean Sea, Valencia is a port city on Spain’s southeast coast. In October, daily averagings vary from 78 to 80.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

The tourism attractions in Valencia are kid- and adult-friendly. The city is extraordinarily green, with a variety of gardens gracing the urban landscape all year long and offering perfect spots for outdoor recreation.

4. Vienna, Austria

The most livable city in the world is Vienna, the capital and largest city of Austria, which is located in the northeastern region of the nation.

Layered clothing is recommended because Austrian fall will be in full flow by October. October has an average daily temperature of 59°F and a typical nighttime temperature of 41°F. Daytime highs at the start of the month range from 64.4°F to 68°F.

5. Provence, France

Despite the fact that it isn’t a city, it has to be included on this list: You’ll be welcomed by picture-perfect vistas and very lovely, vibrantly colored homes as soon as you arrive in real, rural Provence.

Expect temperatures in Provence in October to range from 64°F to 78°F. The warmest period often occurs during the first week of October, with mild days and a mostly cloudy sky. Normally, a gentle breeze and a temperature of 69.8°F are present. Due to the oppressive summer heat and bitterly low winter temperatures, the climate in Provence may be quite difficult for people. So, with the most favorable weather, October is the best month to travel to Provence.

6. Dubrovnik, Croatia

The “Pearl of the Adriatic” and most scenic city on the Dalmatian coast is Dubrovnik, which is situated on the southern Adriatic Sea coast.

Dubrovnik experiences mild and sunny weather in October, with daytime highs of around 64.4°F and overnight lows around 53.6°F. Remember to bring a jacket for the chilly evenings.

7. Perugia, Italy

The River Tiber passes through Perugia, the regional capital of Umbria in central Italy, which is midway between Rome and Florence. This historic and stunning city experiences an average temperature range in October of 69°F to 49°F.

There are many things to do in Perugia and it makes a great base for exploring central Italy.

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