What’s the weather like in Rome in April?
Spring is one of the best times to visit Rome because the weather is mild and sunny without the heat being too much. The days are also longer than previous months, which means you’ll get to enjoy more sunshine while on holiday.
Located near the western coast of Italy, Rome enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate. The summer is very hot and sunny with mild and wet winters. Rome weather in April offers a perfect blend between the two seasons with warm temperatures, lots of sunshine and minimal rainfall. Temperatures continue to rise throughout the month with the hottest weather taking place towards May.
The average temperature is around 12°C at the start of the month, but you’ll notice it begins to get warmer as the month progresses with highs of 20°C. There are 13 rainy days in April with around 65mm of rainfall in total. The sea temperature is slightly warmer than last month at around 15°C while the sun stays out for ten hours per day.