From small places to the largest tourist destination in the world; These are the 12 HOTTEST Cities in the WORLD ! you can travel to visit these places in this winter.
Melbourne is the most populated city in the Australian province of Victoria and it’s also the hottest! This time we’re taking a look in the Southern Hemisphere, so everything is opposite! The hottest months in this city are gonna be January and February as opposed to the usual. Melbourne’s southern location in the land down under gives it somewhat of a unique climate compared to the other cities in this country. It gets a little more of the outback heat but luckily some of the oceanic breezes. It’s not quite as hot as some other places we mentioned on the list year-round but in 2009 it showed it’s potential for reaching 46 degrees C or 114 F.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates:
This city on the Persian Gulf is known for their lavish hotel, insane pools, and just pure indulgence in every possible way! However this also a pretty hot city to come and visit. While the summers are just slightly cooler than their neighbors in Saudi Arabia, the winters here seem to be able to reach hotter temperatures with by an average of 7 degrees. Anyways, the Average high temperature in August can easily reach 106 degrees F or 41 Celsius, making it hot enough to make our list! But luckily there should be plenty of cool places to swim at!
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:
The capital and most populous city of Saudi Arabia is basically located right smack dab in the middle of the Saudi Arabian Desert and you better believe it gets hot here! With more than 8 million people, it almost seems like a miracle that such a huge city could form in the desert like this! In July be expecting an average high of 110 degrees F or 42 C and it won’t really start cooling down until October. This city seems to suffer from a 5-month summer and the population seems to keep on rising exponentially! And it’s a dry heat. There’s very little rainfall here and it’s more likely to be a victim of a dust storm rather than a rainstorm. Another city named Jizad in Saudi Arabia seems like it’s summer all year long!
Las Vegas Nevada:
Many people who live in Las Vegas during the summertime, will feel like their car is basically about to melt like in this photo! People might start to believe that their cars are seriously about to melt! Las Vegas has one of the most unpredictable climates on this list, but one thing is sure, it’s gonna be hot as hell in the summertime! Sin City is not too far from the hottest location on earth is known as death valley. Things begin to heat up in March and don’t end until October or even November in some cases. Monsoon season can also strike in summer, meaning flash floods and thunderstorms! But if there are no clouds in the sky, you can guarantee that the temperature will be at least 40 degrees Celsius or about 105 Fahrenheit. This proves to be an issue for tourists who underestimate the heat and are drinking too much! Luckily there’s plenty of amazing pools to keep cool at.
The capital city of the hottest country in the world is Libya, so their capital city will make our list as one of the hottest cities on earth! Located very close to the Sahara desert, it should be no surprise that Tripoli has unbearable heat in the summertime. The precipitation is extremely low to the point where nearly no waterfalls in their summer months of May until August. It gets so hot and dry here in Libya that locals commonly report more sun-related skin problems. In 1922 a city in Libya recorded a temperature of 57 degrees C or 134 degrees F.
Kuwait City, Kuwait:
If you think the city you live in gets hot, you’ve obviously never been to Kuwait City! It also has a hot desert climate like the last few we mentioned and summer temperatures easily reach over 113 F or 45 C. it’s not uncommon for heatwaves to wreak havoc on the oil-rich country. Due to the coastal location, you would imagine there is just a little bit of cool air every now and then but it doesn’t seem to be in case. The highest recorded temperature here was a staggering 125 degrees F or 52 C.