Where is hot in July?
July is one of the most popular times of year to get away, and you wont have to go too far away for guaranteed sun.
Average July temperature: 23.9 °C
Prague might not be the first destination you think of for warm weather, but summer in Prague sees temperatures climb to an average high of 23.9 ºC. July is the sunniest time of year with around 8 hours of sunshine each day.
You shouldn't be surprised if there is any rainfall on your visit with around 89 mm expected across the whole month.
Average July temperature: 27.4 °C
It's hard to think of the Côte d'Azur without imagining the sun-kissed glamour of Monte Carlo, Monaco and Nice.
The whole coastline enjoys summers of consistent sunshine and warm temperatures with relatively modest amounts of rainfall.
In Nice, temperatures in July average 27.4 ºC and you can expect around 11 hours of sunshine each day. Its unlikely rainfall will interrupt your time on the beach with only 12 mm rainfall expected across the month.
Average July temperature: 28.2 °C
If you enjoy the heat, then July is an excellent time to visit Barcelona, you can expect the weather to be dry, hot and sunny.
Temperatures average 28.2 ºC and there is just 24 mm rainfall across the whole month. You can also expect plenty of blue skies with around 10 hours sunshine each day.
What better way to cool off after a day's sightseeing than heading to one of the city's many beautiful beaches for a quick swim.
Average July temperature: 28.3 °C
Lisbon is one of Europe's warmest capitals enjoying a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot dry summers.
July sees the temperature rising to an average high of 28.3 ºC with a blistering 12 hours of sunshine expected each day.
There is barely any rainall to speak of with ohly 4 mm expected across the month.
Average July temperature: 28.6 °C
Sat in the Mediterranean sea, Majorca is one of the popular Balearic Islands famed for their sun, sea and beaches.
July sees temperatures peaking at an average of 31.1 ºC with up to 11 hours of sunshine expected each day.
The winds tend to pick up a little in the afternoons, however often this breeze can be a welcome relief to the midday heat.
Average July temperature: 28.9 °C
Tenerife is the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands that lie off the western coast of Morocco.
Temperatures in July reach an average high of 28.9 °C with 11 hours of sunshine expected each day.
Average July temperature: 29.5 °C
Visitors to Crete can admire the remains of ancient civilisations, explore glorious beaches and impressive mountainscapes as well as endless valleys and gorges.
Crete experiences a Mediterranean climate and, a typical day in July will see temperatures averaging 29.5 °C with barely any rainfall and up to 12 hours of sunshine to enjoy.
3. New York
Average July temperature: 29.9 °C
New York is one of the world centres for commerce, fashion, media, art, fashion and entertainment.
It gets very warm in New York over the summer, with average max temperatures nearing 30 Celsius, though this can be accompanied by intense thunderstorms.
Average July temperature: 32 °C
The city of Florence is famed for its rich cultural history, architecture and food.
July sees temperatures averaging 32.0 °C and you can expect to enjoy 11 hours of sunshine each day.
1. Las Vegas
Average July temperature: 40.3 °C
One of the entertainment capitals of the world, Las Vegas is situated in the Mojave Desert surrounded by mountains.
As might be expected of its desert location, Las Vegas is dry and very hot in the height of summer, with average maximum temperatures of over 40 Celsius.
The city also experiences on average 12 hours of sunshine a day and only 9mm of rain during July.
Where is hot in July
On average, some of the hottest places to visit in July are: