The month of April in Rome is a month that feels like spring with generally chilly evenings and mornings but with more comfortable afternoons, especially during the second half of the month.
HOW WARM OR COLD WILL IT BE?
Daytime high temperatures tend to be 16 C-17 C (in the lower 60s F) early in the month warming into the mid to 19 C-21 C (upper 60s F) near the end of the month.
A few of the warmer afternoons, especially near the end of the month, can reach up to 21 C-22 C (the low-70s F).
Late night and early morning low temperatures tend to be around 7 C-8 C (the mid-40s F) early in April warming to near 9 C-10 C (50 F) towards the end of the month.
A few of the colder mornings, however, can dip down to near 4 C-5 C (40 F) early in the month.
HOW MUCH RAIN OR SUN?
About 16-17 days this month will be sunny or at least partly sunny.
About 7 days this month will record at least 1mm (.04 inches) of rain. However, only 1-2 days will record rainfalls of 10 mm (0.4 inches) or more.
WHAT TO WEAR IN ROME DURING APRIL
Weather in Rome during April is more spring-like but can still have a few chilly days. Spring attire includes long skirts, long pants, or and jeans. We’ve listed some essentials to pack below:
There will be a number of warmer days in April, so you will need cotton shirts with a light jacket or windbreaker for those days. Consider this windbreaker from Columbia. They’re light and easy to pack.
There won’t be a lot of rain in April, but you don’t want to be unprepared in case you are out on those days. We recommend packing a travel umbrella like these from Rain-Mate. They come in a variety of colors and are easy to pack and easy to carry around!
For chilly nights and early mornings, you’ll want a comfortable sweater. Pack a few for variety. They’re great for layering!
THINGS TO DO IN ROME IN APRIL
All times of the year, Rome has so much to do from visiting the Vatican, going on a food tour, and going to a football game.
Here is a top 10 list of things to do in Rome this month. For more details, visit the full post.
- Attend a Concert.
- See a Football (soccer) Game.
- See an Opera/Musical.
- Take a Food Tour.
- Take a Sightseeing Tour.
- Save money with a tourist pass.
- See the Spanish Steps in bloom.
- Celebrate Easter.
- Take advantage of Io Vado Al Museo.
- Honor the Liberation of Italy.
If you’re looking to maximize your time and money spent in Rome, you should consider utilizing an attraction discount pass.
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