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Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE. LISBON, Portugal — The blistering heat and extreme weather currently gripping Europe may leave the continent's historic cities and Mediterranean beaches less bustling in the summers to come, experts say. Rising temperatures will affect how people plan their dream trips to European destinations as tourists rethink the concept of summer vacations. Related. The mercury hit a record high of 111 degrees in Lisbon last weekend and 114.8 degrees in the central Portuguese town of Santarém. "Climate change is going to have an impact, but it's not going to be a doomsday impact," said... Full story

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