After seeing some of the wettest months since the early 1900s so far this year*, we’re finding it hard to stay optimistic about Britain having a suntastic summer. However, with the longest day of the year (21 June’s summer solstice) on the way, we’ve got our fingers crossed.
As the big day approaches, we’ve been mulling over the best way to spend the day in Blighty and the rest of Europe. Being outdoors is the name of the game and with that in mind, we’ve come up with some ideas for places with sweeping and sometimes elevated views of natural beauty. For one day only, you’ll have longer than usual to admire them:
If you fancy something a little further afield, here are a few late-June events in Europe. Be sure to snag a window seat if you’re flying between 8:30pm and 10pm. Wouldn’t want to miss that late sunset!
*Met office statistics
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