Honestly, my first trip to Italy was in 2011. I was a young, and hip backpacker, too cool for the universe. As most teenagers, and especially too cool for my family.
Or so I thought. Now that I’m much older, and a little wiser I’ve come to realize that this whole time my family is awesome.
You might be wondering that!
My family has deep Italian roots. My father is an Italian. His parents were Italian. My great grandparents were Italians straight off the boat.
You are thinking that my whole family is living in Italy, then why I am saying the trip?
I am living in Germany right now.
I’ve now been traveling over half of my life. And I don’t regret it for one minute. Traveling is my favorite hobby. And I always go to Italy when I get the time. But before go there, I always check the best time to visit Italy.
Let me say this straight!
Because, if you want to enjoy your trip to Italy, then you should know the best time to visit Italy.
You don’t know?
Okay! Okay! Okay!
I am telling you the best time to visit Italy, and also there places to visit in their best time.
Before going to Italy, you should know the about that place.
Are you Dreaming of Italy? Let me explain about Italy
- Many single Italian children live at home until their 30s, even if they have a job. The Italian family stands at the heart of Italian society.
- The world’s longest land tunnel is the Lötschberg Base Tunnel, which proves a 22-mile railway link between Switzerland and Italy.
- The first violin appeared in Italy in the 1500s.
- Approximately 85% of Italians are Roman Catholics, with Protestants, Jews, and a growing Muslim community making up the minority.
- Over 50 million tourists a year visit Italy. Tourism is vital to Italy’s economy and provides nearly 63% of Italy’s national income.
- The highest peak in Europe is in Italy. Monte Bianco is 15,771 feet high.
- Almost four-fifths of Italy is either mountainous or hilly.
- Italy is one of the most crowded nations in Europe. Its population is estimated to reach 58,126,212 by July 2009.
Wanna know the best time to visit Italy?
Alright! Alright! Alright!
Whenever you want to go to Italy, the temperature should be calm, and comfortable. The crowd should not be so intense. The best month to traveling in Italy are from April to June and mid-September to October.
May and June are not good for visitors because you will see the highest hotel prices there.
August is the worst month in most places. Not only does it get uncomfortably hot, muggy, and crowded, but seemingly the entire country goes on vacation, at least from August 15 onward.
Many family hotels, restaurants, and shops are closed. You will have many urban places almost to yourself if you visit in August.
Just be aware that fashionable restaurants and nightspots are usually closed for the whole month.
# Let’s go to “Queen of Adriatic”
Venice is called as “Queen of Adriatic”.
Let me take a wild guess!
Obviously, your answer will be yes!
Listen, the best time to visit Venice is from September to November when tourists desert the city. Although the temperatures, which range from the upper 30s to mid-70s, necessitate some warm weather wear, the lowered hotel rates, and the barren canals make it worth it.
Winters are cold with temperatures in the 30s and 40s, while spring brings Venice’s most beautiful weather.
# Best time to visit all the Dazzling Attractions
Birthplace of Pizza
I know the feeling!
In Napoli, Italy where exactly you have your best pizza in life. You’ll be seduced by the looks, teased by the smells, and pleased by the taste.
It is the birthplace of pizza. You can find a lot of crowd of pizza lovers in Napoli. Best time to go there is mid-march.
Rainy days in Italy
Want to know a secret?
Even Italy gets a rainy day from time to time, and if your beach plans do fall through by any chance, plunge into the Frasassi Gorge for a journey to the center of the Earth.
It is a remarkable experience of natural creation featuring multi-shaped stalagmites, and stalactites, a thrilling chill, and single drops of water cutting through the universal silence. Best time to visit there is early June.
Not to be missed under any circumstances.
Amalgamation of Romance
Want to know more?
Lake Como, it is just not a lake. It is the amalgamation of romance, history, scenic beauty, and the wealth of the tradition.
It’s a pulsating heart that has given life to beauty in its purest sense and will surely fill your lungs with invigorating air. Best time to go there is late April.
Heaven on Earth
It begins with the feeling of love!
Aosta valley in Italy is heaven on earth. But most importantly, it oozes so natural charm, and grace that regular skiing and hiking become spiritual experiences only enriched with physical activity. And the best time to visit there is May to September.
The Natural Artistry of Water
Trevi fountain is not just a cold piece of marble. The play of light, shade, and wind makes it move in a mesmerizing rhythm that the hypnotized public yields to subconsciously.
Your shoulder with your back to the fountain, but frankly, given sights as this, no lucky charms are necessary to make you come back highly likely. The best time to see the fountain at night.
Harmony of Decoration
Imagine, what it would be like?
Santa Maria Del Fiore, the skyline of Florence and reflects the collective efforts of several distinguished artists, who endowed the monument with the status of a structural masterpiece, a complete and highly aesthetic creation, as well as an exquisite example of harmony in decoration. Best time to visit is May to September.
Neon blue reflection in Italy
Just imagine yourself watching this spectacle of light, and water from a maximum 3 person rowing boat gently rocking inside.
Blue Grotto, an unbelievable experience in the world’s scale. As the sun sneaks in through the small opening, a neon blue reflection illuminates the cavern, and a silvery light emanates from any object immersed in its waters. The month of May, September, and October are decidedly the best time of year to visit the Island.
The Heart of the Empire
The point is!
Roman Forum is by far one of the most significant archaeological sites in the world. The heart of the empire gives you an incredible feeling as you literally stumble upon it on your hasty walk around Rome.
Roman daily routines is a thrilling trip in time as well as an enlightening moment of consciously placing yourself in the world’s history. Best time to visit there is early October.
Let’s not forget!
The Amalfi Coast is a holiday paradise, ideally to be stayed in for as long as possible. The range of the Lattari mountains, directly exposed to the sea, forms an indented coastline with multicolored villages growing out of Mediterranean vegetation. May is the best month to go there.
An Engineering Wonder
Colosseum, the greatest raiment, an engineering power, and the cruelty of the Roman world. You see the blues of the sky through the perfectly curved arches that are designed to hold 50,000 spectators. June and July are the best time to visit there.
The Cleanest Area of Italy
Cinque Terre, National Park and Unesco World Heritage site, allegedly the cleanest area of Italy, and a mesmerizing jewel in the Ligurian crown. The Ideal time for hiking, and swimming is in September.
Welcome to Sicily
It is one of the most awe-inspiring attractions in Italy. The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is an extensive archaeological, and a view of the beautiful sites. The best time to visit in sicily is May to June or September to October.
I love places that have an incredible history. I love the Italian way of life. I love the food. I love the people.
And one of the great joys of traveling through italy is discovering firsthand that it is, indeed, a dream destination.
All in All!
Even now I miss Italy dearly, I dream about it every night.
No doubt about it!
So, if you want to spend the best time of your life, Italy is always a good idea.
When life gives you twists and turns, chique yourself up in Italy!