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PRACTICAL ROME INFO: ROME BY SEASON...What are the temperatures like when you will be visiting, recommended clothing and typical produce of the season, this Rome by Season guide has it all!...
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Rome in the Summer Time
Natureat the beginning of Summer it is still rainy, but throughout the season the weather becomes warm and then hot and more humid, and the skies are bright and sunny
Temperatures and Humiditytemperature fluctuates between 14 and 30C degrees; the average humidity is 66%.
Night and Day: the sun rises at approximately 6:00am and sets at approximately 8:30pm.
Recommended ClothingSummer comfortable clothing; very comfortable shoes, because, especially if the walking is prolonged, the dry, warm/hot weather may lead to blisters and swollen feet and legs.
Typical Producecherries; potatoes, lentils, basil, garlic, onion; the typical cheeses, and red meats as beef, cooked in many different ways, pork, lamb
Typical Eventssagre, fiere and feste paesane of “gnocchi ‘ncati”, flour and water dumplings with tomato or garlic, onion and basil sauce; of the “prosciutto”, the sausage, the lentils and Maremma meat, of the “tozzetti” (a sort of biscuits), the “ciambelline” (lifesaver-shaped fried flour biscuits) with wine, of the almond cookies, the “stracci antrodocani” (thin crepes filled with ground meat cooked in tomato sauce, cheese and mozzarella; of the “porchetta” (roasted pork), the “sagna”, a local type of pasta made with hot salted water and flour with lamb sauce. La Festa de Noantri, San Giovanni, Festa della Madonna della Neve, Festa della Madonna del Carmine, Santi Pietro e Paolo.