Visiting Italy in the Spring

By Jessica, USA, March 2013

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Travelers looking for the perfect balance of decent weather, reasonable prices, and smaller crowds are often drawn to what are called “shoulder seasons” in any destination. In Italy, that means spring and autumn. Autumn’s charms include harvest festivals and late summer heat, but there are plenty of great reasons to visit Italy in the spring, too.

When is the spring in Italy?

Weather-wise, Italy’s spring is what you might expect – roughly March through early May. But these days, high-season prices and crowds (not to mention summer heat) starts in May. Your best bet for better deals and smaller crowds, coupled with moderate temperatures, is late March through the end of April.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Italy Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Italy.

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