Everything You Need to Know about Traveling to Italy in Spring Spending your spring break in Italy is an excellent idea: beyond the mild, variable weather and the ability to experience the country on a shoestring budget (something you definitely can’t do during peak seasons), there are fewer crowds and you can be leisurely in your explorations. Museums in Italy generally have two major exhibitions per year: one that opens in the fall from September until January, and another in the spring that runs from February up to June. This means that most places will have exhibitions in full swing by the time you arrive, and there will be plenty of art to enjoy. Here’s a quick overview of exhibitions that you may be interested in: Florence Capital City 1865-2015: The King’s Gifts and Collections Modern Art Gallery, Florence Open up to April 3, 2016 To commemorate the declaration of […]
"The trip was phenomenal."
We spent 6 days in Rome as well. Our guide for our 5-day tour was well informed, organized & energetic & the driver was very skilled (driving that motor coach around in such congestion & tight spaces is no small feat!) Our tour group was a colorful blend of unique individuals from all over the world...
Jennifer E (Pataskala, OH)
Mini-Italian Adventure, June 2012