Rome enjoys a Mediterranean climate or to be more particular, it actually borders between Mediterranean and Temperate. The 2 major factors for this are Rome’s 30km distance (18 miles) from the sea at Ostia, and its proximity to the Apennines. Here is a guide to the climatic conditions of Rome during various seasons of the year: Summer: Summer’s season lasts about 6 months, from May to October. Due to Rome’s proximity to the Mediterranean Sea (30 km or 18 miles from Rome’s beach, Ostia) Rome is fortunate to have an extended summer either side of June and August. Summer is … Continue reading
DormiRoma Apartments gives self-catering accommodation in Rome’s historic centre, close to the River Tiber. All units fetaure LCD Television, parquet flooring, and private bathroom. The apartments of the DormiRoma all come with totally equipped kitchen including fridge, tea/coffee maker and kitchenware. Verify-in is straight at the apartment.