July in Eastern Europe sees some of the regions hottest weather and largest crowds. July is an exciting time to travel to the region, though you'll want to plan your trip in advance to get the best deals and avoid long lines to get into important attractions.
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The Prague Folklore Days take place in July in Prague. If you love traditional culture, check out this cool festival!
Outdoor music concerts take advantage of balmy nights in Warsaw. Historic settings and classical music make for romantic evenings in the Polish capital city.
Budapest is great at celebrating summer with festivals. The Summer Festival on Margaret Island and the Budapest Summer Music Festival are both crowd-drawing events.
Bratislava's Cultural Summer Festival continues in July. Watch the evening light fade as you enjoy a drink or a meal on the terrace of one of Bratislava's restaurants.
Plenty of music festivals make July a lively month for visiting Krakow. Hot weather is also a plus for tourists.
Moscow's weather heats up during the height of summer even as Ivan Kupala, a traditional water-dousing day, cools people down. Head to a park to enjoy some shade, or purchase an ice cream to beat the summertime sun.
Plan early for summertime travel to Ljubljana. Be sure to schedule in time to attend the popular Summer festival in Slovenia's capital city.