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Autumn has well and truly set in, with plummeting temperatures, driving rain and howling winds being common across the UK. Now is the perfect time to start dreaming about your next trip to the sun. Browsing websites and brochures depicting warm and sunny destinations is the perfect antidote to the gloomy weather outside, so start planning your next getaway and beat the winter blues. Here are some of the places that are tipped to be hot next summer.

Istanbul.
Situated between Europe and the Middle East, the city offers the best of both worlds, with a sense of the exotic intermingled with a comforting familiarity. The city skyline is full of intricately designed ancient mosques, but the nightlife is modern and electric, with an ever-increasing number of locals and tourists desperate to be seen at the thriving hotspots.

Cuba.
Despite years of isolation that came from the political problems with theUnited States, Cuba is full of welcoming locals who are only too pleased to see visitors come to their country. With a distinctly Latin vibe to the country, more and more tourists are discovering all that Cuba has to offer. There's no better place to go to learn the Latin dances that are familiar across the world and feeling the ever present beat from the music that seems to emanate from every doorway and open window is an experience not to be beaten.

The Balearics.
Once the main destination for the holiday clubbing scene, the Balearic islands are being reclaimed by family holidaymakers. With much more to offer than just nightclubs, Ibiza in particular is being visited by those who want to enjoy the fabulous beaches and wonderful history. The whole island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a fact that has been overshadowed in recent years by the island's reputation as a clubber's paradise.

The Canary islands.
The ever popular Canaries have not lost any of their appeal. The biggest of the islands, Tenerife, remains popular because holidays here are excellent value for money and the climate is great all year round. With water sports available from most of the beautiful beaches and family hotels with excellent facilities for all ages, it's no wonder that next year will see the islands begin visited by a record number of tourists. Those wishing to head off the beaten track can visit the north of the island, where lush greenery and peace and quiet provides a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the resorts of the south.

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