Tips to travel Italy

Learn to travel Italy and be a pro where you go

When planning your trip to Italy, it’s important to come prepared and make the most of your experience. As for what to bring, pack comfortable walking shoes for exploring the charming streets and historical sites, along with a versatile wardrobe that includes layers for varying temperatures. Consider bringing a small daypack to carry essentials during your outings.

In terms of what to wear, opt for lightweight, breathable clothing during the warmer months, as Italy can get quite hot, especially in July and August. If you plan to visit churches or more formal establishments, it’s recommended to have some modest attire, such as long pants or skirts, and shoulders covered. Don’t forget a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun.

The best time to visit Italy is during the shoulder seasons of spring (April to June) and fall (September to October), when the weather is pleasant and crowds are smaller. This allows you to enjoy the sights and attractions with fewer tourists. If you prefer a livelier atmosphere, summer (June to August) is the peak tourist season but be prepared for higher temperatures and larger crowds as August is vacation season for Italians. 

  • Northern Italy: 65-85°F (18-30°C)
  • Central Italy: 65-90°F (18-32°C)
  • Southern Italy: 75-90°F (24-32°C)
Traveling around Italy is a breeze with the excellent train services provided by Trenitalia and Italo, offering convenient and efficient transportation options. Don’t forget to book popular attraction tickets in advance to skip the queues and make the most of your time exploring the remarkable sights of Italy.

By keeping these tips in mind, you’ll be well-prepared to make the most of your Italian adventure, ensuring a memorable and enjoyable journey through this beautiful country. 

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