Rome

When to go

															The Italian capital is generally a year-round city. There’s no best time to visit Rome, and many visit the city at any time of year. If possible, try avoid visiting in July and August, when the weather is really hot and sticky. The Romans who don’t make their living entirely from tourism tend to leave town and some local businesses even close in August.
 
The weather is more pleasant in May, June and September, when the days are warm, but not unbearably so, with averages in the low to mid 20s (celsius). April, outside Easter, and October, are quieter and the weather can still be warm.
 
The winter months can also be nice with averages of about 9 degrees celsius. During this time many of the city’s more popular sights are relatively uncrowded: there may be rain but temperatures are usually mild.								
		                
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