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Are you fed up of that long commute to work, or are you at the end of your tether in your sweltering, hot office? One solution is to drop everything with little or no regard for your fellow co-workers and book a July holiday somewhere. But where are the best places to visit in July? Here are our top 7 suggestions:
Spain is an old favourite for us Brits, but not without reason. Every summer millions of people pour into Spain’s Costa Blanca, Costa Brava, its islands, its cities – literally everywhere. There is so much choice that is remains a firm July holiday hotspot and will do so for years to come.
One of the most popular reasons for visiting Portugal is the golf courses it has to offer. The Algarve is a golfer’s paradise – with first class greens, warm sunshine and relaxing resorts littering the area. If golf isn’t your cup of tea, just spend your days lazing on some of Europe’s best beaches instead.
5. Las Vegas
If you are going to go to a desert city, you might as well go when it is hottest. Temperatures in Las Vegas at this time can reach over 100 degrees Celsius, so make sure you stop of at plenty of casinos selling frozen margaritas along the strip so as not to overheat.
You do not necessarily need to head somewhere that has miles upon miles of sandy beaches – European city breaks are just as much fun in the summer time. Prague is buzzing all year round and makes a nice contrast to see it basked in sunshine rather then December snow!
Crete comes alive in the summer months, and with there being parts of the island ideal for everyone – from lads on tour to couples breaks – you’ll be sure to find a resort that suits you down to the ground.
The Canary Island of Tenerife is a popular destination thanks to its constant sunshine, so if it is serious tanning you are after Tenerife will not disappoint. There is more to just beaches here though – explore the volcanoes and rugged landscapes too when on Canary Island holidays!
Altinkum, Antalya, Bodrum, Istanbul, Icmeler – the choice of holiday in Turkey is remarkable and what’s more, they are more often then not cheaper then other places (always a bonus). The popularity of cheap Turkey holidays continues to grow thanks to its hot weather, fabulous beaches, 5 star resorts and places of cultural and historical interest. If you want a July holiday that will match all of your expectations, Turkey will not let you down.
Got any other suggestions? Let us know by leaving a comment below!
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Ricky is a keen traveller and writer who shares a passion for both. Ricky has travelled extensively, visiting various countries in Europe and South East Asia along with Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Ricky is a resident blogger for travel specialists Beat the Brochure, and in his spare time enjoys playing football and following Chelsea FC. Google Visit his Google + page for more information.