Rome in November is worth the trip! Especially in the second half of the month there are not that many visitors in Rome and the attractions are more accessible. Temperatures in November are about 10°C (18°F) higher than in northern Europe. On average, there are six rainy days.
September is a very popular month in Rome and especially the second half is high season. If you have time, you can combine your stay in Rome with a trip to the sea or the nearby mountains.
August is the classic month of summer holidays in Rome and it has a particularly relaxed atmosphere. Combine sightseeing and relaxation, dolce vita and a trip to the sea or the mountains. Rome has a lot to offer in August.
Blue skies and plenty of sun, that’s Rome in July. Concerts, long summer evenings and numerous events make July in Rome particularly lively and lovable.
Rome June. There are two public holidays in Rome, June 2nd and June 29th. Most of the shops in the center are otherwise open 7 days a week. The Roman summer is slowly warming up and there is a lot to see and do in Rome.
Rome May. There are no public holidays with the exception of May 1st. Whit Monday is not a public holiday either. Most of the shops in the center are open 7 days a week. With almost summer temperatures, there is a lot to see and do in Rome.
Rome April, here you will find information about April in Rome. April in Rome is high season and it takes a little preparation to enjoy your stay carefree and without long waiting lines.
Rome March, here you will find information about March in Rome. Escape the Nordic cold and enjoy spring in Rome in March. Rome offers you an extensive program with museums, exhibitions and concerts and you can enjoy the excellent Roman cuisine.
Rome February, here you will find information about February in Rome. Rome in February is ideal for visiting the museums, shopping and good Roman cuisine. From the second half of the month you can feel the approaching spring. Temperatures are usually mild, but frost and snow can also occur.