Friday, 18 July 2014

ROME IN SUMMER 2014

Summer is traditionally associated with hot dry weather, however July and August are usually hot and humid and could lead to bad tempered children (and parents).

Avoid going into town between 11.30am and 4.00pm.
Early morning, evening and night tours are recommended.

You could spend the hotter hours of the day on the beach, by a lake or in a SPA (e.g. Ostia; Fregene, Sperlonga, Sabaudia, Circeo, Nettuno, Tivoli Terme; Lago di Bracciano, Lago di Bolsena).

In any case, the “Estate Romana’s celebrations” will make up for hot and humid weather.

For info on what to do in Rome during Summer check the useful tips contained in our post titled: Getting Around Rome and Rome Annual Events orRome General tips

Rome4u can provide you with ready-made Summer Itineraries, or help you to design a "tailored" one according to your interest and need. 
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We specialize in Night Tours of Rome CLICK HERE to find out more

But for those who prefer private tours, Rome4u can support you to design a tailored one according to your interest and need. Our private tours include just you, your family, or small group of friends. Our guide will be at your disposal for the numbers of hours you decide Simply check our RATES.

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