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Best time to travel to Firenze & Tuscany

 

Best time to travel to Firenze & Tuscany

Florence has a very changable climate. In the summer Florence gets to about 73F (23C) to 75F (24C), but can get up to 95F (35C) during the days of summer. In the winter time, the temperature gets to 41F (5C). Winter dies really fast in Florence, ending in March, making it atractive to tourists. If you would like to see a 10 day forcast and view satellite images for Florence, visit The Weather Channel . Other weather sites you might want to visit are Weather Underground and Yahoo! Weather .

 

Florence city, like the rest of Italy, has a Mediterranean climate, which means that in the summer months, in the driest months, the city has a rainfall of less than thirty milliliters. The month with the most rainfall has three times as much rainfall as the driest month. Due to the influence of the Mediterranean, the daytime temperatures in Florence are quite high and less extreme weather conditions occur. The summer months of July and August are often very hot with days averaging thirty degrees Celsius. Many Florence tourist attractions respond to this with good air conditioning, but the Duomo with its narrow stairs, it is better not to climb in direct sunlight. The best time to visit Firenze is therefore in spring or autumn, where you will still have sunny days but without the oppressive heat of the summer months.

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Getting to Florence

Situated in the northwest of Italy, surrounded by the wine-growing hills of Chianti, the city attracts rapture and frustration in equal proportions.

When's best to visit Florence?

It is best for visitors to avoid the peak summer months of July and August, when the weather can be unbearably sticky and the prospect of trailing around museums becomes unappealing. Early autumn, when the countryside glows with mellow fruitfulness, is the best time to visit, avoiding the heat and the queues and capitalising on the soft light, empty streets and the abundance of wild mushrooms and just-pressed olive oil.