Do you want to visit a vibrant city in summer 2018? Are you feeling that summer feels far away and that you need to book a trip now so you have something to looking forward to? I've got you covered! These are the top 3 popular City's to visit in Summer 2018:
Visit the best of what the Middle East's most vibrant metropolitan city has to offer. The destination is very popular because you get the combination of both city and beach life. As a foodie you will enjoy all the outstanding restaurants like the hummus joints, eateries and not to mention the nightlife and the pink sunsets. Check out Imperial Cocktail Bar with its rooftop bar and the pharmacy Bar Spicehaus - don't miss it! The airlines Norwegian and Lufthansa are flying here and it is only a 4,5 hours flight from Stockholm, Sweden.
Fun Fact! In Hebrew, Tel Aviv means 'Hill of Spring'. Love that!
One of Europe's most charming cities with its 200-years old canals this is a favorite city to visit for a long weekend during summer. There is many different boutique hotels and you should check out these beauties; Seven One Seven, Conservatorium Hotel and The College Hotel. The food scene is full of wonderful restaurants and there is four new restaurants opens every week. If you like Borough Market in London you should definitely visit Amsterdams answer to that and it is the famous indoor market Foodhallen. And you have to take a boat tour cause that is the best way to see the city! And the best way to do that is by renting one of the 12-seater electric boats that you can drive around yourself and no captain or license is required! Check it out here!
Fun Fact! 25 000 that’s the number of bicycles that end up in Amsterdam’s canals each year!
This is without doubt one of the most famous and romantic cities in the world and is a perfect destination for both city and beach life if you choose to stay at one of the hotels like Hotel Excelsior Venice or the famous Belmond Hotel Cipriani where they offer a swimming pool. A must try is a Bellini at Harrys Bar or try the more relaxed Margaret Duchamps Bar, here you order the Mojito!
Fun Fact! The S-shaped Grand Canal is the most famous canal in Venice, and it divides the city in two sides.