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What is the best month to travel to Italy?

What is the best month to travel to Italy? Most people who want to go to Italy always ask me: when to go? Today we will tell you everything about it!

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What is the best month to travel to Italy?

Choosing the ideal month to travel is not easy. Many want to go during the summer, but are uncomfortable with the crowds; others prefer to travel during the winter, but are afraid of not enjoying the trip. Today we will tell you what is the best month to travel to Italy according to your profile! Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

What is the best month to travel to Italy?

When to go to Italy? It depends! There are two kinds of people: those who love cold weather and those who love summertime! Italy welcomes both because we have a climate that contributes very well to please everyone. The important thing is to choose well the period of your trip and plan according to your preference. Now we will know what the best month to travel to Italy is! Stay with us and make the best of the boot shaped country! Here in Your Travel to Italy you make the trip of your dreams come true! Plus: read also: What are the rainiest months in Italy? And don’t forget to visit our section on Weather, with all the tips and information about the climate in Italy.

1) What is the best month to travel to Italy? FOR COLD WEATHER LOVERS

For those who love the cold weather, want to ski, play in the snow and enjoy the coldest season of the year, I suggest you go to Italy between the end of November and the beginning of February. Italy has several ski resorts, but the best and most special ones are in the North of the country. In the South, especially in coastal cities, the cold is not so intense, it can snow, but with less intensity and fewer days in the year; the North is much colder and the further away from the coast, the better!


The downside of traveling in winter is the snow, some roads or train stations may close, as well as airports, so it is important to always check the weather forecast to get an idea of what will be coming along the way’. In winter the winds are very strong and the cold is freezing! It is REALLY cold, even where it doesn’t snow, so dress properly! Cities tend to be empty and quiet and much less crowded, so the lines are shortened a bit, monuments, stores and services work with reduced opening times and days are shorter. Read also: What is the best time to go to Italy?

2) What is the best month to travel to Italy? FOR HOT WEATHER LOVERS

For those who love the hot weather, I always suggest looking for cities near the coast. Summer in Italy is hot (very hot!) and dry! So if you hydrate properly, use sunscreen and if you are sensitive to the sun, wear a hat or cap to protect yourself, you’ll be safe! Also: wear very light clothes. Near the sea there is a very refreshing breeze, but sometimes it is not enough to relieve the hot sun and the temperatures around 40 Celsius degrees!

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In the summer the cities get VERY CROWDED, that’s because the Italian summer coincides with the vacation of Italians, mainly school vacations, so get ready to face crowds of tourists and local residents! Some establishments also stop to enjoy the summer, so you will find many places closed, including hotels and restaurants.

The lines at the monuments get huge, so buy the tickets in advance, so you will only face ONE line instead of two! With longer days and more people on the streets, many cities have special program schedules, street shows and extended opening hours, going all the way up to late hours in the big cities. Oh: some things end up getting more expensive, since traders need to enjoy the tourist seasonality!


  • Book your hotel in advance so you won’t have any problems with your accommodation!

3) What is the best month to travel to Italy? COLDEST TIME

What is the coldest period in Italy? Well, the coldest period in Italy is from the end of December to the end of March, and it already starts to cool down in the middle of November, and in the middle of March it starts to heat up more during the days and cool down during the night, as if it fall time. Read also: What to do in Italy during the winter?

4) What is the best month to travel to Italy? HOTTEST PERIOD

What are the hottest months in Italy? The hottest months are predominantly July and August. In the middle of March, with spring, the temperatures get a little ‘confusing’, but it looks a lot like ours: cooler at night and warmer during the day, with a quick rain here and there; not counting the cloudy days, but very pleasant. The heat itself goes until the middle of September, when temperatures start to fall, but nothing drastic. Read also: The seasons in Italy: How to pack?


What is the best month to travel to Italy? You’re wrong if you think you can’t get to know Italy in the winter: of course you can, if you don’t like the cold thought, you’ll hate it, but if you’re from the group of people that loves a fireplace, a wine and a nostalgic landscape, you won’t regret it! In the summer instead, Italy gets a unique atmosphere, almost an indescribable magic: everything seems to get more colorful, full of life and fun! Just choose, buy the tickets and enjoy this impressive country that is our Italy!

If you feel insecure, have no time, and need help to organize your trip, don’t hesitate to contact me! I will love to help you make your dream trip to Italy come true. And how can I do that? Keep reading this post until the end and you will understand how we make your life and your trip much easier ????

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