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I search for a destination where the weather in summer is not hotter than 25 degrees celsius (let it be 29 at maximum). Being exposed to a hot environment causes problems for my immune system. As I have the ability to work remotely, I would consider travelling for about half a year while working and then returning to where I actually live (central europe).

My native language is German (German citizen) and my English as well as my Russian skills are quite good. The only requirements in this case would be:

  • internet connection
  • no city prohibiting foreigners to enter (Norilsk in Russia for example)
  • number of inhabitants should be more than 50 000

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    Sorry but we don't give advice on where to travel to. Also, note that remote working can cause visa problems. – David Richerby Jul 5 at 19:58
  • @Tor-Einar Jarnbjo "I have no idea what an 'average maximum' in Copenhagen is, the numbers can either be average or maximum, but not both" The average maximum monthly temperature is the answer to the question "In an average year, how hot is the hottest day in this month?" For example, take the average temperature of the hottest day in each of the last 50 Julys. – David Richerby Jul 5 at 20:07
  • @DavidRicherby If that is correct, the number does not say much at all about how warm it actually is. – Tor-Einar Jarnbjo Jul 5 at 20:12
  • @DavidRicherby: Given the numbers in the link in Zach's (now deleted) answer, I think it must be the average over all summer days of "maximum temperature during that day". – Henning Makholm Jul 5 at 23:57
  • @HenningMakholm I think you're right -- I've only seen it done monthly (e.g., in Wikipedia's climate charts) but Zach described it as "in summer". – David Richerby Jul 6 at 8:44
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The west coast of Ireland will suit your requirements as long as you select a town or village that has what you need. There can be a heat wave but even then the temperatures are relatively low, 20's mostly.
The father north, the fewer tourist and a bit inland you will find even less tourist while the weather is still cool.

As Ireland and Germany are both EU, you should not have problems with working there. You may have to register.

The west coast of Jutland, Denmark will likely also be within your temperature limits as are parts of the west coast of Norway and both those are EU or EEA and not to hard to arrange long term relocation and remote work permits.

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    I also nominate Iceland. You'd be lucky to see 20 degree weather there. – JonathanReez Jul 5 at 20:06
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    Are there Irish villages that meet the need of "number of inhabitants should be more than 50 000"? – Laconic Droid Jul 6 at 15:16
  • There are villages over 50, not over 50000, but there are Irish towns/cities where they likely reach that number. (I had overlooked that when I answered the question.) – Willeke Jul 6 at 15:46
  • Galway and Limerick are on the west coast, and have populations over 50k. – Michael Seifert Jul 6 at 17:17

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