The Climate of Italy

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The climate of Italy is mainly temperate, though it varies slightly according to region. The north of Italy is warm in summer, with occasional rain; the central area of the country is very humid; and the south is hot and dry. The northern cities of Milan, Turin and Venice experience cold, damp foggy winter weather, and in Tuscany the mercury drops close to freezing. Winter weather in the south of Italy is more pleasant. The recommended months for travel to Italy is during April and May (spring) or September and October (autumn), when the weather is favourable and resorts and tourist sites are less crowded

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