Italy Weather in Spring
- Spring averages is +15°С / humidity 72%
- highest was – +31°С in 2011
- lowest was – -3°С in 1980
- expected – +15°С
Spring in Italy starts in the second half of March. Rains and cool days are typical for the whole season. A bit drier is at the end of March. Snow melts in the mountains. It is sunny and warm in the middle of spring. In May summer is in the air.
Downtime in Italy in Spring
Spring in Italy is a low season. Some ski resorts are already closing the trails. Frequent rains prevent hiking excursions. Beach vacation begins in the second half of May.
But spring in Italy is still very interesting:
Tourists choose cave tours on Lake Garda, at the foot of the Alps:
- ~€ 90 per person, duration 4 hours, 2 hours in a cave
- ~€ 145 per person, duration 6 hours, 3 hours in a cave
Bike tours are gaining popularity in March. Bike rental starts at ~€ 80:
- Venice bike tour, ~€ 515 per person, duration 8 days
- Tuscany bike tour, ~€ 900 per person, duration 8 days
- Sicily bike tour, ~€ 670 per person, duration 8 days
Tourists come for gastronomic tours with master classes:
- to Apulia ~€ 1000 per person for 8 days
- around Tuscany ~€ 1700 per person, duration 8 days
- around Sardinia ~€ 1750 per person, duration 8 days
Ski resorts with trails higher for 2000 meters still work in March:
- Passo Tonale, location: between Lombardy and Trentino-Alto Adige
- Val Senales, location: in the Italian part of Tyrol
Packing List Items
In early spring to Italy you will need: a warm sweater, jeans, autumn jacket, closed waterproof shoes, a spring hat and a scarf. By the end of the season better to have: light dresses, T-shirts, swimsuit and summer hat.
Sunglasses and an umbrella are in needed the season long.
For caving tours: rational footwear, friendly clothes and a light jacket.
For ski resorts: sunscreen and gel from bruises.
For cycling tours: sportswear, a raincoat, sneakers and a hat.
If reasonable prices and a huge choice of activities are what you are looking for – book your tickets to Italy today!