This article will bring you to the list of cities with the best climate in the world year around. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Along with each city on the list, Insider Monkey also included a link to a map showing where in the world that city is located. Because it’s easier to picture the best places to live climate wise when viewing its location on a map. But keep in mind that the “best weather in the world year round” is a matter of opinion. Most everyone takes “best climate year-round” to mean temperate climate year round, aka balmy breezes and swaying palm trees. But if the best climate to you has a different definition, this list doesn’t apply.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three cities with the best climate in the world year around from their list.
The first one can be Barcelona, Spain. Europe is always a great idea to visit, as you can find lots of cultural cities, beaches, mountains – whatever you wish! Spain claims several cities on this list, this one being in the northeastern part of the country. It’s definitely one of the cities with best climate. The next city on our short list should be Yuma, United Sates. You don’t need to leave the States, as there are cities with amazing weather here too! This Arizona city is located in the very southwestern tip of the state, very near Mexico, another place with the infamously temperate weather. The third one is Honolulu Hawaii. Hawaii is always an excellent idea to go – everyone knows that. This city is on the island of Oahu, but the neighboring Hawaiian islands are also said to have the beautiful climate. Actually, all of Hawaii does. Obviously, because it’s one of the countries with the best weather all year round. At last, but not least here’s Loja, Ecuador. If you were wondering where is the average temperature 75 degrees year round, the answer is here. Mountains, beaches, forests, wet and dry. South America has a little bit of everything.