Spring Fashion in Italy Traveling during Italy’s shoulder season has its advantages: there are fewer people around, and the prices are generally lower for airfare, hotels, even food and wine. The weather’s not bad, either, but it can be a little tough to pack for. Shoulder season is defined as the period of transition between one extreme of weather to another, so people who choose to visit the country at these times can be subject to the unpredictability of Mother Nature. Spring in Italy can be very unpredictable. The temperatures can go from chilly to warm all in the span of a single day, and can even rise up to hot depending on the city you are visiting. It’s best to do as the Italians themselves do in this case: layer. Wearing separates that can be mixed and matched into one cohesive look but also work by themselves when you […]
Yes, we had a wonderful time!!!
The tour was so very well organized and we saw everything we wanted to see and then some! Our tour guide made the trip even better! She was a wealth of knowledge, so informative as well as witty and charming! I can’t say enough good things about her!
Diane Powers (Old Bridge, NJ)
Dolce Vita Tour, August 2014