Weather in Italy

Italy enjoys a temperate climate that promotes tourism all year around. The weather in Italy significant regional variations with the Northern Regions subject to cold and foggy winters and warm summers with occasional rainfalls and the Southern Regions enjoying a more Mediterranean weather with mild winters and hot, dry summers.

Average temperatures in winter vary from 30-40 F in the North (especially close to the mountains) to the more favorable 50-60 F in the south of the country (Rome and below). In summer, you may expect 75-85 F in the North (with cooler evenings close to the mountains) and 85-95 F in the South. Spring and Fall are generally characterized by warm, dry weather across the entire peninsula making the months of April, May, September and October the best months to travel to Italy.

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