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5 Perfect Destinations for July that Won’t Break the Bank

Weren’t planning a trip in July but really want to use your Flightgift for a getaway? Here are 5 perfect destinations for July that won’t break the bank. Go ahead and explore the world without any guilt!
Europe:
Krakow Poland

Krakow is great in July. Although it might be a little crowded due to the holiday season, the good weather will help you enjoy this city and the surrounding area to the fullest. It’s the largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland so every corner is rich in history. The architecture and history are indeed some of the main reasons to visit. However, this city is filled with students and amazing places to eat local food, so you will be entertained at every point of the day.

Istanbul, Turkey

If you’re after some sun, then Istanbul is for you. July and August are the hottest months in Istanbul with the average temperature reaching 35 degrees celsius. To enjoy Istanbul you can indulge in Turkish food, go for a full day of sailing and watch the sunset (or sunrise if you’re an early bird) or relax by the beach.

Split, Croatia

Split is another affordable destination you could visit this July. It reflects the Mediterranean culture in the warmth of both its hospitality and weather. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, Split is a must as it was actually a filming location for the show. It’s not as touristy as Dubrovnik and second largest to Zagreb but no less impressive than either.

The Americas:
Quito, Ecuador

Ready to venture out a little further? Head to Quito – world’s first UNESQO World Heritage City. It’s got a huge amount of churched and cathedrals and is also a hot spot for amazing food and chocolate. Explore the Old Town and make sure the visit the Mindo Cloud Forest only two hours away from Quito.

Middle East:
Tel-Aviv, Israel

In Tel-Aviv make sure to visit one of the markets which are filled with amazing local produce. You can rent a bike to see the city or relax by the beach…or both! Check out the city’s art scene during the day and if you have any energy left from exploring and eating, head to one of the Tel-Aviv’s parties at night.

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