Weather Averages for Rome in July
Averages for Rome in JulyRome in July is extremely busy. With scorching temperatures and many cultural events taking place across the city, Rome truly is the place to be!
The average daily temperature is an extremely warm 30°C (that's about 86°F), and the evenings are never cooler than 17°C (about 63°F).
The average daily sunshine is around 11 hours a day and there is only a slight risk of showers, with average monthly rainfall being 23mm on 5days.
Rome has so many sights to see and you will find yourself rushing around in the heat, so sunstroke is a risk. Take care to always keep water on you at all times to stay hydrated.
Wear sunscreen with a high SPF and ensure that you wear sunglasses and hats. Try to stay out of the sun during the hottest parts of the day.
The local weather forecast will help you to see when the warmest time of day is and help you to plan accordingly.
July 4th is American independence day and is still celebrated across the city with picnics and fireworks.
Culture vultures should check out the Spoleto Festival in the first half of the month, which presents a wide variety of opera, ballet, dance, concerts, theatre and film.
The second half of the month is the Noianti Festival at Trastevere, which honours the Virgin Carmine. There is folk music, dancing, floats and fireworks.
And all through the month there are regular ballets and concerts at the Teatro dell'Opera on the Piazza Beniamino Gigli.