Events in Italy

Italy in April

April 2018 |
Spring in Italy is beautiful. Plenty of sunny days, many with balmy temperatures, offer visitors the chance to see the lovely fiori blooming across the country. Trees lining the city streets are budding and some large city parks open in April....

April 2018 Events

April 2018 |
April 1 – Pasqua, Easter. Celebrations all over the country begin the week prior to Easter and continue through Easter Monday. While the days leading up to Easter include solemn processions and masses, Easter is a joyous celebration marked with...

Italy in March

March 2018 |
March in Italy is the start of the spring season and although the weather is typically damp, rainy and chilly, March can still be a great time to visit Italy. So, pack your sunglasses and your umbrella and get ready to hit up the sites of one of...

March 2018 Events

March 2018 |
Weekends in March – Wine in the Springtime Festival, Rovescala, Lombardy. The weekend festivals include parades, music, vendors, food, and, of course, wine tasting. March 2-11 – Firenze e Cioccolato, Florence. The 14th annual Florence and...

Italy in February

February 2018 |
February in Italy is a great time to spend most of your days indoors at museums, churches, shops, and the theatre. Budget-conscious travelers will love the prices of traveling to Italy during this off-season month. Typically, the weather is cold...

February 2018 Events

February 2018 |
Carnevale is one of Italy’s biggest winter festivals celebrated in the weeks before Lent. The final day of Carnevale is Martedi Grasso (Mardi Gras in French, meaning “Fat Tuesday”), the day before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. Martedi...

January 2018 Events

January 2018 |
Jan. 6: Epiphany Regatta, Venice. In a city that holds hundreds of regatta races throughout the year, this one stands out, as it features 50 men dressed as La Befana. The rowers paddle up the Grand Canal and toward the Rialto Bridge, competing to...

December 2017 Events

December 2017 |
ROME: Hanukkah – The city’s large Jewish community gathers in Piazza Barberini where candles on a large Menorah are lit each evening during the eight-night holiday. The area near Campo dei Fiori is also festive during this time. Christmas Markets...

November 2017 Events

November 2017 |
Nov. 1 – All Saints Day in Italy. Ognissanti is the feast of all the Saints of the Catholic calendar and is also a public holiday. While most businesses will close, many churches and museums remain open. Nov. 2 – All Souls Day in Italy. Italians...
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