Due to its size and the sea that surrounds it on three sides, Italy has a very diverse climatic conditions, which can be divided into three basic zones. In the south, the Mediterranean climate prevails, which is characterized by hot and dry summers. In the middle of the country, on the other hand, a mild continental climate prevails, which changes into an alpine climate in the north, where, as a result of the Alpine massif, winter temperatures fall well below zero.

The warmest months in Italy are July and August, when the temperature reaches 40 degrees.

Weather in Rome

Rome has a very pleasant climate throughout the year. The temperature is generally mild with elevated temperatures in July and August, when it exceeds 30 degrees. In winter the temperature is pleasant and the cold days are really very few and they are especially between December and January, but rarely fall below 0 degrees.

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Precipitation is generally less severe and is concentrated in November and February. The best time to visit Rome is spring and autumn, when temperatures are mild and days are longer due to summer time.

Weather in Milan

In Milan, the average monthly temperature ranges from 1 ° C in January to 23 ° C in July.

In a typical year, 945 millimeters of rain fall evenly. However, winter is the relatively driest season with about 60/65 mm per month, while the weakest periods for rainfall are spring and autumn. In summer, from June to August, due to the Atlantic fronts, rainy days may occur or more frequent thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening.

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The sun is limited from November to January due to fog and low clouds, while in summer there is an average of 6 to 7 hours of sunlight.

When to fly to Italy

The best time to visit the main Italian cities is spring: from mid-April to the end of May the temperatures are pleasant, the days are quite long, the sun often shines and nature blooms, although it can sometimes rain.

Another good period is the first half of September. From mid-September to mid-October, the temperatures are pleasantly warm, but it can rain, especially in the north and in the middle of the country. November is usually the rainy season in Italy, although the sun in the south still shines quite often. In the spring, from March to mid-April, the weather can be sunny and mild, but also cold and wet: it is a rather unstable period.

Summer, from June to August, is often sunny, but can be very hot, especially in July and August. However, visitors flock to places like Rome and Florence even during this period. In any case, it is better to avoid this period if you do not like heat.

Summer is a good time to visit the Alpine region and to hike in the mountains.

In February and the first half of March there is almost still enough snow for a ski holiday and the days are longer than in December.

July and August are the best months for a beach holiday in northern and central Italy and also September in the south. The weather in June is often nice and the days are the longest of the year.

Cheapest flights from Vienna to Rome

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Cheapest flights from Prague to Rome

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