Italy is best experience at a particular time of the year, visiting Italy in the rain is a miserable experience if you are looking to hit the beach or take a boat out to the Island of Capri. When there’s too much heat it can be quite exhausting moving from one place to another in Italy most especially if you are going visit a place whereby you have to line up so that you can enter the building. The places that you want to visit is what will guide you on when to visit Italy. People like visiting Italy when the weather is at Goldilocks levels. It is up to you to decide on when to go to Italy, most people usually do not like going to Crowded places, therefore, they will risk going to Italy when the weather is not that favorable but if you don’t mind the crowds then going when the weather is at Goldilocks levels will be perfect for you.
Italy is known to be one of the most popular tourist destination and so many people save up to go to this country so that they can get a chance to visit the many ancient sites that are in this country. You should be ready is to walk from one place to another because most of the ancient sites are usually slightly below the level of the current city and are very much exposed to the sun. Getting a tickets earlier or the day before and arriving early in the morning before the heat of the Sun becomes too much might be one way of seeing the sights. However many people like to see Rome in one weekend and might not have time to visit one site every day. If you want to enjoy your time in Italy, then consider visiting these places during the nights as there are night tours.
If you are planning on visiting Pompeii and its lesser-known and better-preserved counterparts Herculaneum it requires at least an entire morning if not an entire day. Because of the popularity of these places they are usually very packed with large crowds and unfortunate part is that there is little shed therefore you will be hit directly by the scorching sun. The good thing about visiting Herculaneum is that it is not as popular as Pompeii; therefore, you won’t find so many people there. If you are planning on visiting these two places, then you should consider planning the tour during the cooler months of the year.