Rome is a year-round city, and you can really visit at any time of year . Some times, however, are better than others. If you can, you should avoid visiting Rome in July and August , when the weather is hot and sticky, and those Romans that don't make their living exclusively from the tourist industry have left town; many businesses are closed, and in those places that are open most of the patrons will be fellow-tourists. The weather is more comfortable in May, June and September , when most days will be warm but not unbearably so, and less humid, though you'll still find the city busy during these times; April , outside of Easter, and October , are quieter and the weather can still be clement - making this in many ways the ideal time to come. The winter months can be nice, with many of the city's more popular sights pleasantly uncrowded: the weather can be rainy but the temperatures are usually mild. Whenever you visit, you'd be well advised to book your accommodation in advance.
Rome's average temperature (°C)
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