Averages for Rome in June

What's the Weather Like in Rome in June?


Thanks to the seasonal crossover between spring and summer, June makes an excellent time of the year to visit Rome. At the beginning of the month, the city is still very much in the midst of spring, and temperatures are comfortably warm with an average of 20 degrees towards celsius.

Towards the end of the month, the temperatures gradually rise and you should expect hot days and coo...

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What's the Weather Like in Rome in June?


Thanks to the seasonal crossover between spring and summer, June makes an excellent time of the year to visit Rome. At the beginning of the month, the city is still very much in the midst of spring, and temperatures are comfortably warm with an average of 20 degrees towards celsius.

Towards the end of the month, the temperatures gradually rise and you should expect hot days and cool evenings, with averages of 23 - 24 degrees. During this time you're likely to spend the majority of your visit outdoors, so make sure to bring comfortable and practical summer wear. If you fancy a day at the beach, then head to the coast, where you'll experience an average of 22 degrees celsius. 


The rainy days of winter are a distant memory by this time of the year and Rome is typically very dry during this time of the year. Across any 8-day period in June, you're likely to experience only 34mm of rainfall, so the odds of having your holiday interspersed by downpours are fairly slim. 

Average Sunshine Hours

June is one of the lightest times of the year in Rome and the city typically experiences 13 hours of sunshine a day at this time of year. 

Rome Hotels in June

The four-star Hotel Barocco is ideal for families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Rome. Here guests can choose from a huge variety of rooms, suites and annexes, ensuring something for all budgets and tastes. Facilities and services include free WiFi access, bar, 24-hour reception, private parking and concierge. 

Travellers looking for budget accommodation in Rome should check out Hotel Pensione Barrett. This three-star hotel is made up of 20 rooms, some of which offer views onto one of the most popular ancient sites of the city.

There is a handful of facilities for visitors to enjoy, such as internet connection, coffee making facilities within the rooms and daily breakfast, with many shops, bars and restaurants in the area.

Decorated in the style of 1939, Villa Pirandello is perfect for couples in search of a romantic getaway. There are many facilities for guests to enjoy here, including breakfast buffet, lounge bar, room service, parking, free WiFi access and car hire. Accommodation is available in the form of single, standard, superior and deluxe rooms, so there are plenty to choose from.

Located within an early 20th century building, just a short walk away from the Colosseum, Hotel Capo d'Africa is ideal for families and couples alike. Here guests can choose from classic, superior, deluxe and premier guest rooms, as well as two types of studio, ensuring something for all budgets and group sizes.

There are plenty of services and amenities available, including bars, restaurants, fitness centre, jogging trail and meeting rooms.

If you're looking for a quiet, intimate hotel, Welrome might be just the place. Made up of seven rooms – one quadruple, two triple and four double – this hotel boasts a central location, close to many attractions and public transport. Each room comes with air conditioning, WiFi access, silent fridge and full bathroom.

Bars and Restaurants

Located in the centre of Rome, Ad Hoc Restaurant is a great place to pop into whilst you're out sightseeing. Offering a selection of Roman and Mediterranean cuisine prepared by experienced chefs, this restaurant is regularly visited by numerous local and international celebrities.If you're not in the mood for a meal, Ad Hoc Restaurant also runs wine tastings in the large cellar.

When it comes to grabbing a quick bite to eat, La Sandwicheria ticks all the boxes. This friendly sandwich shop serves a variety of large sandwiches made with freshly baked bread and locally-produced ingredients.

A bit like an improved version of the Subway chain, this eatery is also known for its very low prices, which make each meal there superb value for money.

If you're looking for somewhere cheap and cheerful to have a quick drink, heat to Bar San Calisto. All sorts of people visit this bar so if you're travelling on your own, you're bound to be able to strike up a conversation with someone during your visit.

In addition to a variety of low-cost drinks, this bar also serves a selection of gelato which is a wonderful way to cool down on a summer afternoon.

Il Barretto is one of the best places to go in Rome for a cocktail. Located up the Gianicolo, a flight of steps away from Trastevere, this bar boasts huge glass windows which reward visitors with stunning views across the district.

If you'd rather enjoy your drink outside, you can make the most of the beautiful outdoor terrace whilst you browse the extensive list of cocktails.

Things to do in Rome in June

Rome is an ancient history lover's paradise and your visit to the city wouldn't be complete without a trip to the magnificent Pantheon. Dating back to AD125, the temple was built by Emperor Hadrian and deservedly ranks as one of the most influential buildings in the Western world.

The building's imposing dome, which is made of unreinforced concrete, never fails to overawe visitors and is an impressive feat of architecture when you consider the limited construction technology in place when it was built. 

The world-famous painter Caravaggio was commissioned to work on the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi, which is one of the most popular attractions in Rome today. Despite the church's plain exterior, the paintings found within are huge and incredibly beautiful, making the church a must-visit for religious travellers and art lovers.

If you're looking for a fortress to visit, the Castel Sant' Angelo should be your first port of call. Originally built for Emperor Hadrian, formidable castle guards the city and has a colourful history which has seen it used as a prison and a papal residence. The castle is open daily between 7am and 9pm during the summer months. 

For those of you who prefer more contemporary surroundings, then head to the striking MAXXI, which is located just to the north of the city centre. The museum is well-known for the regular collections and exhibitions that it hosts throughout the year, and is open 11am - 7pm from Tuesday to Sunday, with extended opening hours for Saturday.

June events in Rome


Gay Village

1st June 2018 to 30th June 2018

During summer, Gay Village takes over the Parco del Ninfeo in Rome and turns it into an outdoor entertainment zone with bars, dance floors, a gym, exhibition area and cinema. Entertainment takes the form of live music, theatrical performances and film screenings, with even more events and activities taking place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.



Estate Romana

1st June 2018 to 30th June 2018

Estate Romana marks the beginning of summer and features loads of music concerts, film showings, cultural events, book readings, children's activities and food tastings which take place in various outdoor venues throughout the city.




Stagione Estiva del Teatro dell'Opera

1st June 2018 to 30th June 2018

Stagione Estiva del Teatro dell'Opera is the name of Rome's summer opera season. During this time of year, a number of operas and ballets take place at the Teatro Costanzi and the Teatro Nazionale between June and August.





1st June 2018 to 30th June 2018

Fiesta is an energetic Latin American-themed festival which attracts millions of people each summer. Visitors flock to the music event for the chance to see a number of Latin American bands, as well as special guest performances from international hip hop, pop and rock starts. The venue features four dance floors, a huge stage, loads of restaurants and even more food and drink kiosks.



National Holiday

Festa della Repubblica

2nd June 2018

The Italian equivalent of Independence Day, known locally as Festa della Repubblica, commemorates Italy becoming a Republic in 1946, following the end of WWII. Since this day is a national holiday, almost all shops, banks and supermarkets will be closed. Events include official ceremonies, military parades and the laying of the wreath which takes place at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, inside the Altare della Patria. The highlight of the day is the huge parade which is held along the Via dei Fori Imperiali.




Expo Tevere

10th June 2018 to 30th June 2018

During summer, the banks of the Tiber from Ponte Sant’Angelo to Ponte Cavour come alive with the Expo Tevere arts and crafts fair. This fair is full of items and trinkets made by locals as well as stands selling artisan foods including wines, olive oils and vinegars. Entertainment is also put on during the fair, in the form of jazz music, dancing and cabaret acts, as well as a mini film festival.




Santi Pietro e Paolo

29th June 2018

Santi Pietro e Paolo are the two founders of Catholicism and also the two patron saints of Rome. On this day, each of the saints is honoured in his own basilica. The highlight of the event is the mass which takes place at St Peter's, but celebrations are also held at San Paolo fuori le Mura outside the church and in via Ostiense, which hosts an all-night street fair. Music concerts, firework displays and funfairs are also commonly held during this day.



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