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July Temperatures in Italy – Current Results

Average temperatures for July at cities and vacation spots all over Italy are listed below in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

You can jump to a separate table for each section of the country: Northeast, Northwest, Central , South and Italy’s Mediterranean Islands.

The tables give the normals for maximum and minimum monthly temperatures based on weather data collected from 1971 to 2000.

Northeastern Italy

This section takes in the regions of Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige and Veneto. Three weather stations on the list are located at over 2000 metres (6560 feet) elevation: Paganella and Passo Rolle in the Dolomites and Monte Cimone of the Apennine Mountains.

Average July temperatures
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
87 65 Bologna 30 19
84 60 Bolzano 29 16
84 62 Cervia 29 17
56 47 Monte Cimone 13 8
57 45 Paganella 14 7
60 46 Passo Rolle 15 8
83 64 Rimini 29 18
75 53 Tarvisio 24 12
82 69 Trieste 28 20
82 65 Venice (Venezia) 28 18
85 64 Verona 29 18
84 64 Vicenza 29 18

Northwestern Italy

The cities here are in the regions of Liguria, Lombardy (Lombardia) and Piedmont.

Average daily temperatures in July
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
83 63 Bergamo 28 17
84 64 Brescia 29 18
81 70 Genoa (Genova) 27 21
85 64 Milan (Milano) 29 18
82 62 Turin (Torino) 28 17

Central Italy

The regions of central Italy include Lazio and Tuscany (Toscana) along the west coast, Umbria in the interior and Marche on the east coast. The highest weather station of this group sits at 1875 metres (6150 feet) on Monte Terminillo.

July temperatures: daily averages
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
82 63 Ancona 28 17
86 57 Arezzo 30 14
80 69 Civitavecchia 27 21
89 64 Florence (Firenze) 31 18
78 65 Monte Argentario 26 19
62 51 Monte Terminillo 17 11
86 59 Perugia 30 15
85 62 Pisa 29 17
81 70 Ponza Island 27 21
89 62 Rome (Roma) 32 17
78 64 Volterra 26 18

Southern Italy

The regions covered here make up Italy’s boot, ranging from Abruzzo in the north to Calabria in the south and include Apulia (Puglia), Campania and Molise. Capo Palinuro is in the National Park of Cilento on Italy’s west coast.

Average July temperatures
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
85 67 Bari 29 19
83 69 Capo Palinuro 28 21
89 65 Foggia 32 18
89 65 Lecce 32 18
86 66 Naples (Napoli) 30 19
85 63 Pescara 29 17
88 71 Reggio Calabria 31 22
83 71 Santa Maria di Leuca 28 21
81 71 Termoli 27 22

Mediterranean Islands

The weather data given in this table are for the Italian islands of Sardinia (Sardegna) and Sicily (Sicilia). Also included are two smaller islands: Ustica located north of Sicily, and Pantelleria to the southwest of Sicily.

Average July temperatures
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
85 63 Alghero, Sardinia 29 17
87 66 Cagliari, Sardinia 30 19
92 66 Catania, Sicily 33 19
86 74 Messina, Sicily 30 23
86 71 Palermo, Sicily 30 22
83 70 Pantelleria Island 28 21
83 70 Ustica Island 28 21

Italy in July: all you need to know to plan the perfect trip (updated for 2023/24)

Visiting Italy in July: all you need to know to plan a trip! The best places to visit in July in Italy, when to book what, what to expect from the weather.

July in Italy is the heart of summer.

Schools are out, the sun is high in the sky and people start getting into vacation mode.

Weekends are spent on the beach, evenings are enjoyed outdoors and the sun turns from friend to enemy: July in Italy is time for shaded terraces and al fresco dining, not sightseeing in the scorching sun!

July is a popular vacation time for foreigners too. In this guide, we look at Italy in July and we share travel tips and destination advice.

This is our guide to help you plan your trip to Italy in July.

Please notethis is a seasonal travel guide about Italy in July, meant to help you decide the best time of the year for your visit. For official information and travel advisory that may affect your trip, please refer to your Government travel advisory. Check here for official info if traveling from US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand.

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Italy in July: need to know

Since Italy reopened to visitors, tourism has been at an all time high.

Due to this very high demand for tourism services, it is paramount to book in advance cars, accommodations and main attractions as they sell out very quickly.

You can refer to our local guides in this article to find the best tickets and providers for all your needs.

Italy in July: what you will find in this article

  • Overview of weather in July in Italy
  • Recommended places to visit in Italy in July
  • July in Italy with kids
  • What to book in advance for July in Italy

The weather in Italy in July: what to expect

July is a summer month in Italy.

The weather is likely to be hot and sunny everywhere on the Italian peninsula and the islands, with the possible exception of the mountains and you should expect high temperatures well in the 30s in most places.

Light summer clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses and sunhat are a must, and so are sandals and plenty of drinking water. Find our packing list for Italy here.

At a glance, the weather in Italy in July is:

Name of the place Temperature Low/High Rainy days (average)
Milan, Lombardy 30C/F – 20C/F 5
Venice, Veneto 28C/F – 19C/F 5
Florence, Tuscany 32C/F – 18C/F 8
Rome, Lazio 31C/F – 19C/F 2
Amalfi, Campania 29C/F – 25C/F 6
Palermo, Sicily 31C/F – 23C/F
Cagliari, Sardinia 31C/F – 19C/F
Bolzano, Dolomites 30C/F – 16C/F 14

The hottest places in Italy in July + how to escape the heat

It may be tempting to think that to escape the July heat in Italy you need to go north but actually, this is not always the case.

While the South of Italy sees higher temperatures than the north of the peninsula, usually the difference doesn’t lie in how north or south you are but how close to the water or at what altitude you happen to be.

To escape the July heat in Italy you should:

  • Avoid cities
  • Head to the coast or, ideally, an island so you can make the most of the sea breeze
  • Choose hilltop accommodation: opt for accommodation 600mt above sea level or more to get some respite from the weather
  • Choose accommodation with a pool
  • Go to the mountains
  • At all times, stay indoors or at least protected from the sun in the hottest parts of the day.
  • As much as possible, avoid archaeological parks under the sun: Pompeii, as tempting as it may be, is a furnace in summer and so is the Roman Forum.
  • When possible, opt for evening tours, often available in the good season

The best places to visit in Italy in July

The best places to visit in Italy in July are coastal areas, the islands, the mountains, the lakes and, with certain precautions, the countryside.

Other places such as big art cities are also popular with tourists at this time however, you will need to negotiate the heat.

Beaches and coastal localities

The best place to be in Italy in July is the beach! Followed by the mountains, the other place where you can easily escape the heat.

Italy has stunning beaches and coastline and it is worth spending at least part of your time enjoying it.

Wonderful, scenic places are Cinque Terre, Amalfi Coast, Puglia, Cilento and all Italian islands and you can also find nice beaches in Tuscany and part of the northern Adriatic coast.

Find our Italy beach guides at the following links:

Beast beaches near Venice

Best beaches near Rome

Best beaches near Florence

Best family beaches in Italy

The Dolomites

The Dolomites are a hikers’ paradise and one of the best places to visit in Italy in July. At this time, the weather is mild and while you will have some rainy days, you also have the highest chance of a string of nice ones, perfect for hiking.

Weather is never guaranteed here and this is why we recommend to spend a good few days, to spread the risk.

You can find here >> the list of our favorite places on the Dolomites to inspire you!

Breathtaking landscape of Lake Misurina with Dolomites mountain in background, Italy. Panoramic nature landscape of travel destination in Eastern Dolomites in Italy/ Depositphotos.

The Italian lakes

July is also a great month to visit the Italian lakes. Lake Garda and Lake Como are lovely at this time and they offer respite from the city heat and they are just the two most famous!

Visiting lakes in July means being able to go boating, sunbathing, possibly swimming (it depends where you go): just be careful if visiting at weekends as they are popular day trips from cities and tend to get very busy.

Find here >> our guide lakes in Northern Italy we believe you will love

The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast in July will steal your heart.

This stunning part of Italy is breathtaking in summer: it will be busy, but it will treat you to stunning views, waters perfect for boating and swimming, fantastic al fresco dining and even hiking trails!

This is our guide to planning a stay on the Amalfi Coast. Fund things to do on the Amalfi Coast in July include:

  • Taste of Sorrento food tour – a fantastic way to enjoy the city and its delicious culinary tradition
  • Sorrento to Capri boat tour – one of the best ways to enjoy the coast from the perfect vantage point: the sea!
  • Discover Capri, one of the most beautiful and glamorous islands in Italy
  • Explore pretty Procida, a romantic island with pretty houses and a local feel
  • Discover the archaeological site of Paestum and its incredible temples.

Cinque Terre in July

July is one of the best months for visiting Cinque Terre.

At this time, weather conditions allow most trails (always check specific conditions for the days of your trip), the beaches lovely and the sun bright.

Make sure you book in advance as there is no such as thing as a quiet time here and July tends to be exceptionally busy!

Find our Cinque Terre guides at the following links:

  • An introduction to the towns of Cinque Terre
  • Cinque Terre packing list
  • Visiting Cinque Terre with kids

Tuscany in July

Tuscany is wonderful in July but hot. The best way to enjoy the region, at this time, is to get a villa or agriturismo on a hilltop and with a pool or stay close to the beautiful Tuscany beaches.

From here, you can take day trips to all the beautiful villages and towns in the area.

We adore Tuscany and have many travel guides for you:

  • Tuscany in summer – tips for dealing with the heat
  • Florence – very hot in summer, only visit in July/ August if you have no other time option
  • Val d’Orcia – an area of Tuscany of natural beauty so unique, it is now Unesco World Heritage Site
  • San Gimignano – delightful medieval town and Unesco World Heritage Site
  • Siena – One of the most beautiful small towns in Italy, with a wonderful historical town center
  • Monteriggioni – a small Medieval hilltop hamlet which, in July, host a medieval festival with music, food and costumes
  • Lucca – a pretty town with a lovely center and the option to cycle along its medieval walls. In July, Lucca hosts the Puccini Festival, a series of musical events to honor Puccini, a Lucca native! A fantastic event for music lovers and anyone who dreams of a summer evening filled by beautiful musical notes.
  • Montalcino – wine town, perfect for wine lovers – in July, Montalcino hosts a wine and jazz festival which fills the town with music and wine tasting opportunities. Not to be missed!
  • Montepulciano – one of the prettiest villages in Tuscany and my personal favorite
  • Pienza – built in the Renaissance as the perfect city, no less!
  • San Quirico d’Orcia – a delightful medieval town in the heart of stunning Val d’Orcia
  • Monticchiello – a delightful country hamlet perfect to immerse yourself in relaxing country settings
  • Bagno Vignoni and Saturnia, two thermal localities with some of the best thermal springs in Tuscany – go early in the morning or in the evening as the hot waters under the sun are pretty intense!

Umbria in July

Umbria is another wonderful area to visit in Italy in July if you want to mix sightseeing, time relaxing in the country and fun activities such as boating or olive oil tasting.

Often overlooked in favor of more famous Tuscany, Umbria has some wonderful gems such as Assisi, Perugia and adorable Spello, perfect for small-town lovers and cultural tourism.

Good to know! Assisi in July host several events including outdoor concerts. This is a wonderful time to explore the city: it is worth staying a few days so you can explore the Franciscan monuments during the day and enjoy the town in the evening.

Sardinia in July

Sardinia in July is ideal for a sea and sun holiday. Sardinia is busy at this time and perfect for swimming, boating and snorkeling. Some fund things to do in Sardinia in July are:

  • Full-day boat tour to the stunning Maddalena Archipelago, one of the most beautiful in Italy.
  • Snorkeling excursion to beautiful Tavolara
  • Wine tour of Sardinian wineries

Beautiful scenery at the beach of Orosei, Sardinia Italy.Beach landscape.Mountain, pine-trees and beach view.Nature background/Depositphotos.

Sicily in July

Sicily is perfect in July if you want to have a sea and sun vacation. At this time, sightseeing of archaeological site can prove hard because of the high temperature and relentless sun, but all experiences along the water will be pleasant and you can still plan some excursion early in the day.

Some fun things to do in Sicily in July include:

  • Day trip to the beautiful islands of Lipari and Vulcano – a fantastic way to visit some of the most beautiful smaller Sicilian islands.
  • Etna region wine tours – a fun way to taste the wines from this unique volcanic area
  • Palermo evening food tour – a great way to use the cooler hours of the day to taste Sicily’s delicious culinary tradition

You can find here >> our travel guide to Sicily

Puglia in July

Puglia is one of my favorite destinations in Italy in July

Blessed with a stunning coastline and some of the prettiest towns in Italy, Puglia is a great place for mixing lazy summer sightseeing and time on the beach.

Wonderful places to visit in Puglia at this time are

  • Trani – a pretty, small village with a stunning church overlooking the sea (a vision!)
  • Martina Franca – a lovely, whitewashed town with wonderful churches in a unique Baroque style called ‘Barocco Martinese’
  • Alberobello – the famous town of trulli, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Locorotondo – a delightful small town with whitewashed houses and pretty balconies everywhere (they win an annual prize for them, they are so special!)

You can see them all with a short road trip: you can find our 3 day Puglia itinerary here.

July in Italy with kids

Kids tend to love Italy in July as they can be in full summer mode. The best places for them to be are the beaches, the Dolomites and the lakes however, you can find something fun for them anywhere – just make sure you sprinkle it with sun hat and gelato!

You can find here >> a selection of Italy’s best beaches (family friendly).

Travel guides to help you plan your trip to Italy with kids are:

Florence with kids – always lovely with children and not too hot at this time

Venice with kids – nice if you also want to head to the beaches in the area

Tuscany with kids – July has the perfect temperature for hilltop town hopping

Umbria with kids – July is perfect for long days on Umbria lakes, hikes in its pretty forests and adventure centers

Rome with kids – full of indoor and outdoor attractions for all ages

Sicily with kids – mild and beautiful perfect for family sightseeing and days on the beach

Amalfi Coast with kids – perfect for days boating!

Cinque Terre with kids – lovely for hiking and enjoying the small villages

Sardinia with kids – lovely for a sea and sun vacation

Lake Garda with kids – lovely time for hikes and time on the lake shore

Dolomites with kids – fantastic for an outdoor vacation

Looking for family destination ideas in Italy? Find my selection of the best places to visit in Italy with kids here.

What to book in advance for spending July in Italy

July can be busy in Italy but advance booking for all main attractions is a must.

This is especially the case in 2022 when crowds are more intense than even, after the long months of restrictions (now lifted)

Attractions that need advance booking are:

  • Last Supper (Milan)
  • Uffizi Gallery (Florence)
  • Vatican Museums (Vatican City, Rome)
  • Colosseum (Rome)

Trains do not usually need to be booked in advance however, high-speed train on popular routes such as Rome to Florence do tend to book out or only have very expensive tickets available.

I always recommend booking accommodation in advance and my favorite booking engine is

They have a large selection of accommodation options and excellent free cancellation opportunities too.

  • Their home page
  • Their villa search page
  • Their rental search page

I hope you enjoyed this quick guide to Italy in July. Don’t forget to also check out our 101 travel tips for Italy, for extra info. Safe travel planning!

How to get around Italy in July – Italy transportation guides

To help you plan your trip to Italy in July, we have transport guides we hope you will find useful.

At the following links you will find:

How to get around Italy – options and tips

Our guide to driving in Italy

Our guide to train travel in Italy

Tips for visiting Italy in July 2022 – pin this!

Monthly weather in Italy

  • Monthly weather table in Italy

The climate in Italy is highly dependent on the region. A country
has a sufficiently large extent in longitude, has both
mountainous and coastal areas, and, of course, the weather forecast
for Palermo in Sicily and for Cortina d’Ampezzo
in the Dolomites will differ very markedly.

It is quite cool in winter in Italy, but usually nowhere,
except for mountainous areas, the thermometer is below zero
does not drop. On the Padan Plain (this is the north of the country)
sub-zero temperatures and snow can occur.
But in the Alps and the Apennines, winters are already really
cold, up to — 15°C, — 20°C. The snowfalls are starting
in October and end in April-May. Snow
lasts up to 200 days, and on the tops
he always lies.

Ski resorts (e.g. Bormio)
and Livigno) in November daytime temperatures fluctuate
from +5°C to +15°C, in December — February from —
2°C to +7°C. At night, there is a stable zero or light

The weather forecast in Italy is worth knowing in advance in order to
plan a comfortable vacation. Weather table in Italy
by months will help you get an idea of ​​what the weather is like here
in different seasons.

Happy Night Sea Season
January +7 0 +10 Ski
February +9 +1 +9 Ski
March +12 +4 +10 Ski
April +16 +7 +13 Ski
May +21 +11 +18 Beach
June +25 +15 +23 Beach
July +27 +17 +25 Beach
August +27 +17 +25 Beach
September +24 +14 +23 Beach
October +19 +10 +20 Beach
November +13 +6 +16
December +8 +1 +12 Ski

In the south of Italy, for example, in subtropical Sicily,
in winter the weather is usually good, not colder than +7°C at night
and +13°C during the day. In central regions from +1°C
up to +4°C.

From March to October in the southern regions,
in the same Sicily, as well as in the western
coast of the country, from the very toe of the boot
and to Naples, the “sirocco” is blowing – a dry dusty wind
from the Sahara. The temperature rises to +35.

The weather in Italy is the hottest in July. Even
in northern regions the air warms up to +25°C during the day
and +18°C at night. It has been raining mostly since October
to December, dry summer. In the Alpine regions in winter
heavy snowfalls.

The most comfortable bathing water temperature is the most stable
from July to September (+24°C, +26°C). In Sicily
and Sardinia it is quite possible to swim in October –
water not colder than +23°C. Late autumn and winter
the water temperature gradually drops to +14°C, and by May
rises to +17°C.

Italy in July 2023 – Holidays and weather in Italy in July

In July, it is very difficult to concentrate on work, all thoughts are only about one thing – to go on vacation as soon as possible. According to statistics, this month is the height of the holiday season. Many of our compatriots prefer coastal European countries. Among them is Italy. In this article Tour-Calendar will tell you about what she has prepared for her visitors during this “peak” time.


Italy has the highest air and water temperatures in July

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Weather in Italy in July

July in Italy can be given a dual characterization. On the one hand, from the point of view of climatic conditions, this is the most optimal period for solar-water bliss. On the other hand, it is considered one of the most unfavorable. If back in June the sun did not have time to fully “strengthen”, then in July its glowing power is maximum. This means that clear weather turns into exhausting heat. Temperature discrepancies, so pronounced between north and south, become barely distinguishable by mid-summer. The inexorably creeping up thermometer changes its indicators at almost the same pace in all provinces. On some days, when hot air masses begin to blow from the Sahara, it “jumps” to extreme values, which, as a rule, are 3-6 degrees above the norm. Another aggravating circumstance is stuffiness, provoked by an increased level of relative humidity, which is about 70%. As you know, because of this, the “interpretation” of temperatures is significantly distorted – the heat is felt stronger than it actually is. Especially in the central regions, where the refreshing sea breeze does not enter. In areas far from the coast, there is insufficient air convection, which creates the effect of a steam room. On weekends, many Italians try to leave their “stone jungle”, rushing in search of a pleasant coolness to the mountains or to the sea.









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And during the holiday period, they seek “refuge” on islands such as Sardinia, Capri, Ischia, where there is a lot of dense greenery, and therefore comfortable shady areas. For most of the month, the sky pleases with a piercing blue, only occasionally it “twitches” with a light touch of fluffy white clouds. In the south, there is a complete absence of precipitation, while in the central and northern regions they fall 5-8 times a month. Rare showers and sometimes accompanied by thunderstorms are not perceived as something negative. On the contrary, this is an occasion for a great mood, as they bring at least some variety to the endless string of clear days, giving a chance to forget about the standing heat for a couple of hours. The most tolerable street thermometer readings are recorded in the extreme northern regions of the country: during the day – about +25..+28°C, after sunset – from +18°C to +19°C In the center they are 1-3 degrees higher (Rome, Rimini), and in the south, which includes Sicily, Naples, Bari and Salerno, extremes reach +30..+35°C. In Sicily, the evenings are somewhat warmer – about 21°C .. + 23°C, and in the southern cities of the Italian boot, temperatures fall into a more modest range – from + 18°C ​​to + 20°C. Unlike many other countries of the same latitudes, the rich colors of nature do not fade with the onset of July. Vibrantly growing emerald greenery and variegated flowers of all sizes and shapes delight the eye. Luxurious Italian asters are blooming in the gardens, bushes are all around, immersed in a white-pink haze of their own crowns, and grapes are ripening in the valleys.

What to do in Italy in July?

Those who choose July for their visit to this southern country should understand that at this time you will get acquainted only with tourist Italy – the one that looks at you from the pages of glossy magazines and replicated postcards. This is the so-called front facade, which gives the first impression of the country. What is hidden behind it, in the summer, when tourist centers are teeming with visitors, remains behind the scenes and becomes available to inquisitive persons only in the low season. However, even in July, the rest is full of vivid impressions and indescribable emotions. These are beach pleasures, educational trips, limitless shopping and gastronomic discoveries.

Beach holidays

Traditionally, many of us associate summer with a vacation at sea. And in southern Europe, where the temperature level at this time reaches the highest bar, even more so. Tours to the resorts are sold out at the speed of light. A full-fledged swimming season in Italy is an assortment of resorts that has expanded due to northern cities, a huge range of aqua entertainment, an excellent beach industry and a dense concentration of people on the coast. Thanks to hot weather conditions, the water warms up quite well, so even the coldest vacationers will frolic in the sea this month. By the way, this is why many families with children who are not ready for the invigorating freshness when entering the water prefer to go on vacation in July.

But it is worthwhile to understand that instead of the risk of catching a cold, there is a danger of getting badly burned or catching a heat stroke. Insolation is extremely high, so you can get a burn in just 10-15 minutes. It is very important not only to use sunscreen and observe the drinking regime, but also to choose the right time to visit the beach: the heavenly body shows the least activity before 10.30 and after 16.30. But let’s get back to the question of water temperature that concerns many people. It should be noted that it, like the air temperature, levels off this month and never falls below +23°C. So, in the Adriatic they bathe at +23..+25°C,

in the Tyrrhenian and Ligurian seas at +23..+24°C, and in the Mediterranean resorts – at +24..+26°C. Such marks allow not only to swim for a long time, but also to gain skills in many types of water sports, such as diving, windsurfing and yachting. Fans of a more measured pastime will be able to hide among the blue of the sea by going out to the open sea on a high-speed ship. There are many such routes. For example, cruises on the Tyrrhenian Sea often include stops such as the islands of Elba and Sardinia, Rapallo, Lericci and Portofino.

Entertainment and excursions

Italy is a country of centuries of history, a home of culture and art, a land of passion and beauty. It is so diverse that many people like to say that it is a small country, containing a dozen even smaller ones. It consists of 20 distinctive regions, each of which has its own temperament, traditions, habits and problems. This is what makes the journey through its territory so exciting and memorable. The green hills of Tuscany, the indescribable beauty of Calabria, the picturesqueness and romance of Veneto, the priceless treasures of Lazio, the amazing combination of efficiency and fashion of Lombardy – the tourist has no choice but to fall in love with every Italian corner with bated breath.

If you want to see everything to the maximum in one visit, it is easier to rent a car than to use public transport or participate in bus tours. The noon, blazing with heat, is the best suited for exploring the heritage of galleries and museum complexes. In cool exhibition halls, no heat at all, and you will spend time with benefit. Just keep in mind that it can take from 30 minutes to 2 hours to purchase an entrance ticket. The Uffizi, the Vatican Museums, the Doge’s Palace and other sites are just as popular as the queues lining up for them. So that they do not diminish your passion for beauty, it is wiser to buy tickets on the Internet. Italian summer also means discos, water parks, generous discounts on famous brands and a belly feast.

Holidays and festivals

By the way, about the holidays. The second summer month in Italy is the end of the festivals that began in June and the starting point for many other equally interesting cultural events. So, in Verona, the grandiose Opera Festival continues, coming to an end in the last days of August. On July 2, a series of horse races “Il Palio di Siena”, stylized as the Middle Ages, starts in Siena.

In Terzière you can also watch racehorses (3rd to 4th Sunday of the month). This event is not complete without music, feasts and colorful processions. On the last weekend of July, prayers are offered to the Holy Apostle Andrew in Pescara, after which a parade of ships takes place in the bay. Another religious celebration affects Portovenere, where on the 17th the memory of the White Madonna is honored. On the third weekend, guests of Venice witness the Festa del Redentore, dedicated to Christ the Savior from the plague that overtook the city in the 16th century.

Fireworks are also shining in Palermo, where they praise his heavenly patroness – Saint Rosalia.

What are the prices for holidays in Italy in July?

In June, we most often think about where to spend our holidays in order to guess the weather. And in July, the question is completely different – where to relax so as to fit into the planned budget. A rapid jump in tourist traffic instantly leads to an increase in tariffs for tours, air tickets and hotels. Even those hotels that are considered democratic during the year are not so in the middle of summer. Therefore, July is synonymous with high prices and high holiday spending. Many websites of travel agencies, in order to attract the attention of potential customers, advertise the sale of last-minute tours. In fact, these are ordinary tours, since the demand for this direction, despite the inflated prices to the “ceiling”, is already great. Moreover, often there are no available rooms in accommodation facilities. In this regard, we recommend that you take care of renting housing in advance, so as not to end up in a mess. Moreover, such an option as early booking slightly eases the financial burden.

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How to relax in Italy in July on your own

Have you chosen where to go in Italy in July? For a solo trip you need:

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  • Rent a car – compare the prices of all car rental companies. Holidays in Italy in July will be more interesting with a car
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So, it’s time to sum up.