What’s the weather like in Italy in July?
From the heights of the Alps to the beaches of the Amalfi Coast, Italy is a country of beautiful contrasts. With such varied terrain though, Italy can experience very different weather patterns from place to place. July is generally very hot and sunny across the country, with very little rain especially in the more southerly regions. This month, the popular resorts and cities are usually very busy, and you’ll need to be careful in the strong sunlight.
In Rome, the average daytime temperature in July is a warm 26°C, with highs of 32°C and lows of 19°C after dark. Just 7mm of rain’s forecast, so there’s little chance of wet weather this month. Heading northeast to Venice, temperatures are slightly cooler with an average of 23°C, highs of 28°C and lows of 18°C. It’s also much wetter than the capital, with around 70mm of rain expected. Further south in Sardinia, temperatures reach highs of 29°C and lows of 19°C, while the
Mediterranean waters are a warm 23°C.