Where to go in August 

Bled, Slovenia

Average temperature: 19.5°C
Activity: hiking, rafting, canyoning, rock climbing, biking
Location tips: Ljubljana, lake Bohinj, Piran, Soteska Vintgar waterfalls, Triglav National Park, Skocjan caves

Slovenia is a still untapped destination with full of beautiful mountains and lakes. It is popular for ski resorts, but as well as for the natural scenery during spring or summer time. Visit Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, which is located about an hour and half from lake Bled. From exploring harmonious architecture and rustic culture, spent your days soaking up the turqoise-green rivers and valleys outside of the main city. Do you know, that their official languages are Slovenia, Italian and Hungarian?

Where to go in August

Transylvania, Romania

Average temperature: 23°C
Activity: road trip, castle hopping, horse riding, hiking
Location tips: Sibiu, Brasov, Bran castle, Peles castle, Sighișoara, Clay castle, Fagaras Fortress, Turda Salt Mine, Balea lake, Bucharest

Transylvania is a historical and beautiful region known for Dracula story and for its endless rounded highway up to the mountains, known also as Transfagarasan Highway. The region is located in central Romania, and the best way to explore the area is by hiring a car and doing a road trip across the nature, castles and cultural towns.

Where to go in August

Zakynthos, Greece

Average temperature: 27°C
Activity: party, swimming, water sports, exploring cliffs, snorkeling and diving, sunset watching, hire a yacht
Location tips: harbour, Solomos square, Agos Nikolaos beach, Alykanas beach, Tsilivi beach, Navagio beach, Venetian castle, Zante town,

Zakynthos is one of the Greek island popular by tourists during summer time, so make sure to plan and book your trip advance to avoid high fees. Zakynthos or so called Zante as well has beautiful sandy beaches and cliffs views. Explore different parts of the island for the best scenery and make the most of the beautiful see-through sea and warm weather. A definitely great place for some relaxation and cocktail sipping.

Where to go in August


Average temperature: 18°C
Activity: hiking, camping, road tripping, kayaking, take a train journey across the nature, hop on a ferry
Location tips: Oslo, Oslofjord, Bergen, Flam, Lovatnet, Djupvatnet, Geirangerfjord, Lofoten, Preikestolen, Trolltunga, Kjerag, Vøringfossen, Atlantic Ocean Road,

Norway can be beautiful in summer as well as winter times. The Scandinavian country during summer can give you more flexibility to travel around and camp nearby the mountains, lakes glaciers and fjords without worrying too much about equipment or road safety from snow and ice. The best way to get out to the nature is from a city called Bergen. The colorful wooden houses city is a starting point to get to the nature for hiking and exploration. However, really depends on what area and how much time you have. Plan your trip in advance and make sure to buy all you necessities for camping and hiking prior.

Where to go in August


Average temperature: 16°C
Activity: camping, road trip, Guinness experience
Location tips: Ring of Kerry, surfing, stroll on a beach, Dingle Peninsula, Killarney National Park, Connemara National Park, Torc waterfall, Dog's bay, Cork, Inchydoney, Mizen Head - County Cork

Ireland has much more to offer than a visit to Dublin or a visit to Guinnes. An island in the North Atlantic, separated from Great Britain, Ireland is the 12th largest island on Earth and 3rd largest in Europe. As like UK, weather in Ireland during summer can be unpredictable. However, you don't have to worry about heatwave, you can enjoy the chill and warm-ish weather throughout. Ireland has beautiful coastline that you should visit.

Where to go in August