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What To Do in Rome During Springtime

March 21, 2021
With Rome being the 'Eternal City,' this means that it's beautiful all-year-round, right? Of course, the Italian capital is a stunning city no matter what time of the year it is. The Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, the Vatican—all of these places remain as breathtaking as ever. With that said, there's just something about springtime in Rome that feels so magical. it's as if there's a new beginning in the city, breathing in new life that wasn't there before. That is the meaning of spring, after all. But what is it about springtime in Rome that makes it so beautiful here?
What To Do in Rome During Springtime


Enjoy Rome's Best Weather of The Year

First of all, Rome's weather is at its best during springtime. After the cold spells of winter come the fresh breezes of spring. Even though it never really snows in Rome during winter, the cold here makes it difficult to walk around and hang outside. But when spring comes? Everything feels so warm, relaxing, and even a little bit soothing. Amidst the traffic noises and crowd chatter, you can almost hear the birds chirping with pure delight. And that Mediterranean sunshine? It will feel oh-so-good on your face! Whether you relocate to Rome or just visiting the city, you'll find that spring is the best season here, weatherwise!
What To Do in Rome During Springtime
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Hear Easter Sunday Mass With The Pope

Even though it's only just one day in the spring, it's one worth experiencing at least once. That is if you're Roman-Catholic! Rome is where the Vatican is, the home of the Pope. Each year, just as spring has sprung, Pope Francis (or whoever the current Pope is) hears Easter Sunday mass, often the biggest of its kind. Thousands gather in Saint Peter's Basilica to celebrate Christ's Second Coming with the Pope, while millions more tune in on TV or online. As the day is one of the most important holidays in Italy, as well as in the rest of the Roman-Catholic world, celebrating it with the Holy Father is one only people in Rome get to enjoy in-person!
What To Do in Rome During Springtime
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See Rome Bloom

Seeing the classical architecture and the beautiful gardens of Rome is already breathtaking enough. What more when all the flowers have bloomed? The 'Eternal City' becomes even more ethereal during spring, a time when all the flowers grow and paint the Italian capital with all sorts of natural colors. The delicate pink of the cherry blossoms softens even the most rustic parts of the city. Pops of bright fuchsia and sunflower yellow decorate the traditional homes and evoke an old-world appeal. And, of course, the lush greeneries in the parks make Rome even more picturesque than it already is!
What To Do in Rome During Springtime
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Indulge in Italian Spring Cuisine

As if Italian food wasn't delicious enough, springtime only makes it even for fascinating! There are certain seasonal fruits, vegetables, and delicacies that you should really enjoy at this time of the year here in the Italian capital. The most famous of which is lamb chops. Whether served with pasta or potatoes, this sumptuous dish will fill up anyone's stomach with one serving alone! As would a bowl of Vignola, a type of vegetable stew that consists of peas, fava beans, and artichoke. They may not be your typical pizzas and paninis but they're delicious nonetheless!
What To Do in Rome During Springtime
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Celebrate The City's Birthday

Did you know that April 21 is Rome's birthday? The city of Rome, the capital city of Italy, was officially founded on the 21st day of April a good 2,700 years ago. Even for a city as historic as Rome, they still remember the day when it first came to be. And to celebrate, various tourist attractions, museums, and more are open to the public for free. You get to see the city's finest without having to pay anything at all. Most especially the Colosseum, one of Rome's most famous landmarks, where parades and reenactments of Roman history happen!
What To Do in Rome During Springtime
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Spend The Days Longer

Finally, argubaly one of the best things about Rome during springtime is that the days are longer. During the hours when you expect the sun to set, it's still out and shining as brightly as ever. And because of this, various attractions and hotspots remain open for a longer period of time too. Stroll along the districts of Rome and see the 'Eternal City' slowly descend into the night. It's a magical sight you can only see from April to October of each year. And since spring has the best weather, it only makes this time of the year even more enjoyable!
What To Do in Rome During Springtime
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Rome is a beautiful city all-year-round but there's really nothing like it during springtime! During this time of the year, the 'Eternal City' becomes even more beautiful, more soothing, and even more breathtaking than ever before!

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