Rome Temperatures

Yesterday we spoke about what to see in Rome Italy. Now let’s look at when it is a good time to go there. August is always bad! The temperatures can be very hot and muggy and everyone in Europe is off on holiday for the month of August. Standing in long lines  in the heat or not getting in at all can ruin a vacation. Spring and fall are the best times to go to Rome. Even winter can be nice but Rome can get a little snow.

The average temperatures from holiday are:

  • January – 46
  • February – 48
  • March – 50
  • April – 55
  • May – 63
  • June – 70
  • July – 75
  • August – 75
  • September – 70
  • October – 63
  • November – 54
  • December – 48

These are averages and any day can be much hotter or colder.

George & Jo Anne



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