Category: Travel Guide

The Weather in Sicily in June: What to Expect

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As the beaming Mediterranean sun graces Italy, Sicily in June emerges as an enchanting destination of warmth and vibrancy. The allure of this month lies not only in its balmy temperatures, but also in the myriad activities and events that flourish under its clear blue skies. Whether navigating ancient amphitheatres, partaking in cultural celebrations, or […]

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The Weather in Sicily in March: What to Expect

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For those of us who only holiday in the heart of summer, you may be sceptical about going away out of season, and you may be wondering, ‘What is Sicily like in March’?  Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, Sicily in March unfolds as a tapestry of blooming landscapes and cultural richness, making it […]

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The Weather in Sicily in May: What to Expect

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Visiting this coastal haven in May paints a captivating picture of the Mediterranean, with its landscapes adorned in the vibrant hues of spring. The weather in Sicily in May strikes a harmonious balance, providing comfortable days and mild evenings which unlocks a variety of possibilities for outdoor activities, cultural explorations, and leisurely beach days. The […]

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The Weather in Sicily in April: What to Expect

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As spring's gentle embrace unfolds, Sicily in April emerges as a captivating destination, beckoning travellers with a promise of mild temperatures and blossoming landscapes. Understanding the nuances of Sicily in April is important to make the most out of your journey, where the mix of cultural experiences and outdoor adventures is intricately tied to the […]

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How to Travel Italy with Kids

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Italy is not only a perfect destination for couples and backpackers, but also for families too. It’s easily accessible, affordable, safe and educational for little ones of all ages. Children can get lost in the fantasy and myths of the Greek and Roman ruins scattered throughout the entire country. They will entertain themselves for hours […]

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Italy in January – Things to See and Do

Italy in January is full of holiday cheer, stunning natural scenery, and less tourists than usual. It’s an interesting time of the year to visit, as there are Christmas markets, fresh blankets of snow, and plenty of events to keep you busy. If you’re hoping to experience some holiday spirit, less crowds, and cheaper prices, […]

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Where is Inspector Montalbano Filmed?

If you’ve been watching the T.V series, Inspector Montalbano, you’re probably wondering about the filming locations. While the show takes place in the fictional Italian city of Vigata, most of the show has been filmed in Sicily. True fans can actually visit many of these locations, to take an Inspector Montalbano-themed tour of this region. […]

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Italy in June – Things to See and Do

Italy in June is prime time for visitors. The skies are sunny, the days are warm, and the evenings have just the right chill in the air. It’s an ideal time to explore this vast country as everything is in bloom and ready for exploration. While June is considered a high tourist season, the larger […]

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Italy in October – Here’s What to See and Do

October is one of the best times to visit Italy as it’s considered shoulder season. Sure, warm, summer days are appealing, but autumn weather has almost no humidity, making it much more pleasant for those who can’t take the heat. Because October isn’t the high season, you can expect smaller crowds and cheaper prices. If […]

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Italy in August – Things to See and Do

Visiting Italy in August is a whole different experience than other times of the year. The weather is hot, the beaches are buzzing, and many Italians are leaving the main cities for the cooler coastlines. While the weather is warm, August often offers smaller crowds and cheaper prices, making it a great time to visit […]

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