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Not hot in Europe in July?

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This is a vague and somewhat unanswerable question, but I'll take any suggestions. Thanks in advance for your ideas!

Because of work commitments, I can only get away in July and December this year. I cannot wait until December. That leaves me July. I much prefer cooler weather and if I had my druthers I'd be in Andalusia or Le Marche or Turkey in April or October.

I will be meeting friends in Paris for a week but I'm looking for another week someplace else. I'll be traveling solo. I'm definitely a museum/church/history tourist-person. I love Paris and Rome, am cooler on London. I do enjoy splashing out on food and wine.

Went last summer to Poland and the Czech Republic, which I loved, especially Krakow and Prague. It was extremely hot but not unbearable.

Any suggestions? Stockholm seems cool but is there enough for a week and is it frightfully expensive? I've wanted to visit Berlin for ages but will it be baking? Even if it's hot, I'd prefer to avoid high humidity. My not-in-summer wish list includes Spain (Andalusia and Madrid), a return to Italy, and France (Burgundy, Toulouse, more).

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