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Tourist season in Italy

Tourist season in Italy: the best time to go to Italy depends on what type of holiday you prefer. It is easier to say that the best time to go to Italy is divided into winter and summer seasons. However, Italy is geographically divided into different climatic zones, and, therefore, is divided into regions. Therefore, choosing one of the regions of Italy for a rest, you choose one of the four seasons.

The north of Italy attract with its winter and diverse climate. It is snowing from October to April in the Alpine regions and the Dolomites. At this time you can enjoy winter vacation in Italy. On the coast of Tuscany, Liguria and Venice is a pleasant mild climate which will please the tourists. In general, the northern part of Italy is perfectly suitable for winter sports in Italy from October to April. Constant snowfalls accompany these months. For shopping tours and study tours to such cities of Italy as Venice, Rome, Florence and Genoa spring is the best time. The best months for recreation on the beaches of the lakes located in northern Italy on the Adriatic coast and on the other beaches of the Mediterranean Sea is time from May to October.

The south of Italy can be described briefly: more to the south more arid the climate is. In Italy as in Germany dominate western winds that bring the greatest number of falls on the western side of the Alps. In general, the south of Italy is the sunniest part of the whole Italy. It happens that in the cities of northern Italy can be unbearably hot and you can find closed restaurants and shops. The best time for vacations in southern Italy is spring and early summer months, as well as the autumn. Locating in the south of Italy in the Apennines you need to be attentive to the clouds. The climatic conditions here can change very quickly. And a sunny clear day can quickly turn into rain and cold fog.


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