Florence Travel Guide


Florence Weather Chart

Florence, Italy is one of Italy's great cities and the local people are cheerful, friendly and generally very helpful. Good manners are welcome everywhere and expected by most people. Florence is undeniably a major-league cultural and historic city and worth a visit, whatever the time of year.

Florence Weather
The climate in Florence is typically Mediterranean, with high temperatures and sunny days in the summer and colder, damper weather in the winter. July and August are usually very hot and temperatures tend to stay around 30°C for much of this time. Florence's low seasons tends to fall between April to June and September to October. In the spring and autumn temperatures are at their most comfortable and pleasant.

The weather can prove unpredictable from November to February, when the city is at its most quiet, although it is generally fairly mild with plenty of sunshine. There can be heavy rain and occasional icy winds, so be sure to bring a warm overcoat, scarf and gloves. If you are planning to visit outdoor locations, water-resistant boots or shoes with a good grip are recommended as the pavements can get very wet after heavy rain, and an umbrella can be a useful item to carry.

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