On the sun-drenched plains of Andalucia, Seville will be warm well into September.
The glamorous Boulevard de la Croisette, lined with designer shops, will still be busy, and locals will be enjoying late summer sunshine at the beach.
Venice lies in the north of Italy, so is cooler than the hot, dry south. September is still warm, but the light takes on a softer hue.
Naples is a busy, thriving port that bursts with energy every time you visit. September is a great time to travel.
September in Rome is a wonderful time for walking, as the intense heat of August has faded.
September is the month when Italians return from their annual vacation, refreshed, and Florence thrums with late-season energy and events galore.
Lsbon has cooler winters than cities around the Mediterranean, but September is still a glorious month to visit.
Málaga lies on the Costa del Sol, where you’ll still find hot summer weather in September.
By September, Barcelona's busy summer season is coming to an end, which means the crowds around popular Spanish destinations are thinning.