If you get to Southern Italy, consider taking a boat to Ischia, near Capri, and you'll find one of the best undiscovered rest & relaxation spots on Earth -- NEGOMBO! There are over 20 natural thermal spas at various temperatures, & these are some seriously healing waters! The beach is a cove, so even during the busy season, feels secluded & special. The Roman Baths in this photo are my FAVORITE!
What to Wear in Italy in Summer Weather: Summer in Italy is insanely hot; temperatures can reach 35°C or higher. In some cities in the north, such as Milan and Venice, it can be extremely stuffy due to the humidity. The south is hot but it’s better ventilated, so it’s more enjoyable. Be careful to protect yourself during the hottest hours of the day by wearing suncream and a sun hat.
Backpack Europe in Winter - Winters can be bitterly cold and harsh in some European cities, with a significant drop in temperature and a decrease in daylight hours. It is essential to remain warm and comfortable and be prepared for unpredictable weather.
Terme di Saturnia is a lush geothermal spring, with steamy water temperatures nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The natural evolution of the landscape has smoothed out the spring and created waterfalls and shallow pools turning Terme di Saturnia into a giant, relaxing outdoor spa. While enjoying the posh lifestyle under the springs, take a moment and realize to understand this ancient luxury. The spring at Saturnia has flowed consistently for over 3000 years, and was even used by Roman nobles.
Rome Travel Guide: Nowhere else can you see the vitality that shaped Europe more clearly than in the historic setting of Rome. Here are the remnants of a powerful civilization that dominated the Mediterranean landscape for a thousand years. Even after its military might fell, it continued to be the seat of one of the world’s greatest religions.