Best Time to Visit Italy
Italy’s seasons vary as much as its landscape – the best time to visit Italy really depends on the type of experience you seek. The mighty Dolomites are renowned for their exceptional skiing yet are equally breath-taking in summer, perfect for road trips and hiking. The iconic cities may be synonymous with alfresco dining during the warmer months, but we love to lose ourselves in the winding streets, museums and cafes year-round, especially when the crowds die down in autumn and winter.
A Tuscan summer hits the spot if you’re looking for peace and quiet in a tranquil villa, but autumn brings an array of culinary adventures, a dream for the foodies out there. The buzz of the beautiful beach towns is captivating when the days are at their longest, but nothing beats the views over the Amalfi coast whatever the season.
Climate guide for Italy