Winter In Italy

Nov 11th, 2001, 07:48 PM
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Enza
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Winter In Italy

I would love to know if anyone has travelled through Italy in the winter months? ie. End of Dec-Jan
What is the weather like? is it too rainy? or are the days mild and you can do all the walking, eating and sightseeing
 
Nov 11th, 2001, 08:25 PM
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Vita
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Enza, I can't answer your question, but it probably depends on where in Italy. Where were you thinking of going?
 
Nov 12th, 2001, 02:28 AM
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micia
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We need to know where you will be going to answer.
 
Nov 12th, 2001, 05:30 AM
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Pascale
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It depends on where in Italy. Where were you thinking of going?
In Sicily the temperature is warm and rains very rarely.
In Milan, Venice, Bologna & so on it's cold and rains a lot.
We live in Sicily & we run
self-catering accommodations.
Best regards.
Pascale Dodin
http://verdetecnica.tripod.com
 
Nov 12th, 2001, 08:07 AM
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BOB THE NAVIGATOR
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Where and when--it depends.
Go to www.wunderground.com
 
Nov 12th, 2001, 09:50 AM
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anne
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San Remo and surrounding area CAN be gorgeous that time of year. It is one of the places that is protected from much of the rain by the mountains inland. We enjoyed gorgeous sunny days there in the 60's last Dec. and Jan.
 
Nov 12th, 2001, 02:13 PM
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how about in Venice and in Tuscany (Florence/Pisa)...we'll be there for three weeks from mide December to early January
 
Nov 12th, 2001, 02:26 PM
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We went to Sicily a few years ago, and it was constant rain, day and night for days. It was supposed to be the wettest winter in decades, but it really ruined things because so much of that area is outdoor stuff. We ended up going to Rome where there is more to do inside.

Generally, for winters, I personally like cities because you aren't so dependent on weather. If there are inside things to do, you can't go wrong, and driving in the country side areas (anywhere, including US) losses a lot in lousy weaather
 

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