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When to go to Italy?

In Italy there are two high seasons. The first peak begins in mid-June and lasts until the beginning of September. And the second – from mid-December to January 10. The least popular holiday months are October, April and May.

Summer in Italy
In summer, holidays in Italy are very popular. The beach season, which opens in June, is in full swing. The sea in the first summer month can be cool, therefore it is preferable to choose resorts to the south. In the next two months in the southern part of the country there is intense heat – the temperature reaches 40 degrees above zero. At this time, it is better to rest to the north. In August, when all of Europe goes on vacation, prices skyrocket. In addition, jellyfish are nailed to the coast, which makes swimming not very pleasant. In addition, most locals are used to vacation in August. Therefore, cafes, shops and restaurants may be closed. But the first half of September is the velvet season on the beaches of Italy. The weather is mild and the water is very warm.

Excursion tourism in the summer is also quite popular. Choosing such a vacation, it is worthwhile to understand that there will be a lot of people in any resort.
Autumn
Autumn in Italy comes smoothly. In September, the thermometer’s columns slowly descend to around 20-25 degrees. Harvesting of grapes and fruits begins. This period is just for wine tasting in specialized cellars and halls. In October it gets even cooler, and by November the average daily temperature is no higher than 12 degrees. Autumn is the time for gastronomic tours throughout Italy. The country hosts numerous festivals of Italian national cuisine.

Winter
Ski resorts in Italy are traditionally appreciated by millions of tourists around the world. On the territory of the country there is a whole ridge of alpine mountains where resorts are created with the latest technology. Air temperature in winter is about 8 degrees above zero. Excellent sunny weather and well-prepared snow slopes are suitable for the most demanding lovers and professionals of skiing and snowboarding.

Many dream of visiting Italy during the Christmas holidays, at which time the country is transforming. Thousands of lights light up with a festive flame and create a sense of celebration in every window.

In January, millions of tourists come to Italy at the Venice Carnival. An amazing show on the water has long received worldwide fame. It has a special charm and a unique cultural atmosphere.

On the first Saturday of January, the sales season opens. For fashionistas, this is a great opportunity to purchase high-quality and original clothing from world brands with 70% discounts. The next time the sales season will be held from July to August. The dates of discounts and promotions must be specified on the sites, as they may differ in different cities.

In February, Milan is filled with the fashionable top of the planet. Fashion Week opens. Famous couturiers, models, organizers and fashion designers flock to the city to watch over 100 displays of the latest collections. During this period, prices for accommodation in Italy are very high, and if you plan to travel in February, book the hotel in advance.

Spring
Great time for excursions, hiking and hiking. The air temperature gradually warms up to + 18-20 degrees. Alpine meadows turn green, everything blooms. At this time, you can endlessly admire the nature of Italy. Spring is a great time for a sea cruise along the southern coast of the country. And in the spring, many exhibitions are held at which various Italian cities present the fruits of their labor: paintings, crafts and souvenirs.

Summer in Italy
In summer, holidays in Italy are very popular. The beach season, which opens in June, is in full swing. The sea in the first summer month can be cool, therefore it is preferable to choose resorts to the south. In the next two months in the southern part of the country there is intense heat – the temperature reaches 40 degrees above zero. At this time, it is better to rest to the north. In August, when all of Europe goes on vacation, prices skyrocket. In addition, jellyfish are nailed to the coast, which makes swimming not very pleasant. In addition, most locals are used to vacation in August. Therefore, cafes, shops and restaurants may be closed. But the first half of September is the velvet season on the beaches of Italy. The weather is mild and the water is very warm.

Excursion tourism in the summer is also quite popular. Choosing such a vacation, it is worthwhile to understand that there will be a lot of people in any resort.
Autumn
Autumn in Italy comes smoothly. In September, the thermometer’s columns slowly descend to around 20-25 degrees. Harvesting of grapes and fruits begins. This period is just for wine tasting in specialized cellars and halls. In October it gets even cooler, and by November the average daily temperature is no higher than 12 degrees. Autumn is the time for gastronomic tours throughout Italy. The country hosts numerous festivals of Italian national cuisine.

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