With pleasant weather, an Italy trip during summer guarantees fun and excitement, no matter which part of the country you decide to visit. Long days and clear weather conditions offer plenty of opportunities for sightseeing and activities in Italy.
Events and festivals:
If you are a music enthusiast, you would not want to miss the Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, held in July every year. The festival features top jazz performers from around the world, making it a must-visit event for jazz lovers. If you are on a trip to southern Italy, be sure to catch the Festa della Madonna Bruna held in Matera in honor of the town’s patron saint. A lively procession and a fireworks show mark the celebration. The Verona Opera Festival and Venice Film Festival are also held during summer
Cycling is popular in Italy. The extensive network of cycle paths and the clear summer days are perfect for cycling through picturesque streets and scenic countryside. The Amalfi Coast and Tuscany are among the top sites in Italy to explore on a cycle.
While Italian food is well-known throughout the globe, summer time brings about a wide variety of seasonal local delicacies. Savor cool beverages like Lemoncello and desserts like gelato, and indulge in mouth-watering dishes like caprese salad, bruschetta, and Insalata di mare (seafood salad), which are all popular light summer delicacies in Italy. An Italian meal is simply incomplete without table wine! Few countries offer such a diverse range of local wines for daily, moderate consumption – and a wide variety too. No matter what is on your plate this place guarantees to offer the perfect local wine to accompany your midday or evening meal.
With an unspoilt coastline of a long and deeply indented coastline 7600km and dozens of offshore islands, Italy also offers a huge variety of beach destinations. They range from busy resorts and bustling town beaches to quiet hidden sparkling turquoise coves
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