Are you longing to visit Milan but you’re not sure when would be the right time? We’re here today to propose that spring may just be what you need. Today’s post will go over a couple of reasons why spring in Malin and Lombardy as a whole is a great time for a trip. At the end, we’ll also provide you with an overview of the temperatures that you can expect in March, April and May. Let’s have a look!
The region of Tuscany is arguably one of the most beautiful places in Europe. The cities, the towns, the untainted nature, all of it. It’s also just a generally rich region, be it culturally, aesthetically or gastronomically. The question, however, is when would be a good time to visit Tuscany? Today, we’ll make a case that autumn is a great time for that, whether you want to visit Florence, Siena or any other place in Tuscany.
The pearl of Italy, the capital of Tuscany, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. But does it retain all its charm and glory in winter? Should you visit Florence in December, January or February? We’ll take a glance at what you can expect in terms of the temperatures.
If you’re looking for an out-of-season trip to Sicily, then autumn may just be the perfect time for that. If you’re wondering what Sicily’s like in autumn, then we’ll go over exactly that in today’s article. We’ll include both the weather and other reasons for why Sicily in autumn is a great idea.
Are you thinking of visiting Sicily in spring? Wondering whether it’ll be warm enough for that? Don’t worry, we’ll go over both the temperatures and some things to do in Sicily in spring today. Join us for an overview of springtime Sicily!
Are you looking for your next holiday destination in winter? We’ve got just the thing for you. We’ll go over why Ancona is a great spot for a trip in winter and what weather you can expect there. Let’s see what this beautiful coastal city has to offer together!
Are you wondering whether going to Catania out of season is a good idea? Well, we kind of spoiled it in the title but we think it certainly is. In today’s post, we’ll go over a few reasons why we think so; we’ll also break down the temperatures you can expect in the respective months so you can make your decision well informed.
Are you thinking of visiting Rome in winter? Is it for the incomparable Christmas atmosphere in Rome and the Vatican or just to see Rome with less tourists around? While it’s not as warm as Lisbon, Barcelona or Porto, we think it’s a great place for a winter trip nonetheless. Why should you go to Rome in winter, though? We’ll go over a few reasons today.
Puglia is one of Italy’s most popular regions, and no wonder. It offers us many attractive towns and it is also here that we find some of the nicest beaches in Italy. Wondering if the water in Puglia in July and August is warm enough for your liking? We’ll investigate that today.