Rome Weather August Averages, Italy
- Temperature 24°C 75°F
- High Temperature 30°C 86°F
- Low Temperature 18°C 64°F
- Day Temperature 26.1°C 79°F
- Night Temperature 25°C 77°F
- Sunshine Hours 10 hours
- Rainfall 0 mm
- Rainfall Days 0 days
- Sea Temperature 26°C 79°F
What's the Weather like in Rome in August
Rain and Average Sunshine Hours
Average Sea Temperature
On the other hand, the average sea temperature toward the coast increases to 26°C, making it a wonderful month to soak up some sun at the beach during your holiday.
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Rome Hotels in August
Hotel Santa Maria
Families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Rome should consider the Hotel Santa Maria. This three-star hotel is built into a 16th century building and offers double, triple and quadruple rooms, as well as a selection of suites.
There are loads of services and facilities available onsite, such as WiFi access, free bicycle rental, airport transfer, limo service, private tours, hairdresser and babysitting.
If you're looking for something a bit more luxurious, check out Relais 6. Located in one of the most elegant parts of Rome, this hotel provides guests with access to parking, 24-hour reception, breakfast, room service, rooftop garden, free WiFi access, air conditioning and a WW2 museum located within the hotel.
Accommodation is available in the form of 16 rooms: standard, superior, top floor and family, ensuring something for all guests to enjoy.
Rose Garden Palace
For something a bit less extravagant, take a look at the Rose Garden Palace. This four-star hotel offers a variety of spacious double rooms and luxury suites which are designed for the utmost comfort of guests.
There is a handful of facilities and services available onsite, including restaurant, bar, breakfast in your room, fitness centre, garden, free WiFi access, parking and 24-hour reception.
Hotel Sant'Anna is situated just a short walk away from Vatican City, making it ideally located for travellers who want to see the sights of Rome. Here visitors can choose from double, triple and family rooms, all of which are furnished with care and elegance.
Onsite facilities and services include free WiFi access, 24-hour reception, gardens and shuttle service, with plenty of bars, restaurants and shops in the area.
Located on the outskirts of the city, Hotel Castle is perfect for families and couples on a budget holiday in Rome.
There is a plethora of services and amenities available here, including air conditioning, safe, wake-up service, 24-hour room service, buffet breakfast, 24-hour bar, swimming pool and free WiFi access. Accommodation is available in the form of standard, deluxe, junior suites and suites.
Bars and Restaurants
Mordi e Vai
Located in the Testaccio market, Mordi e Vai is a fantastic place to go for lunch. This establishment serves a wide range of traditional Roman sandwiches made with fresh, locally-sourced produce.
There is no seating available, so you'll have to take your lunch 'to-go', but it's worth it to sample some of the most delicious sandwiches available in Rome.
If you're looking for somewhere to have dessert, check out Cremeria Alpi. Here you can choose from a huge variety of gelato, all of which is made using only the freshest ingredients. Situated in a trendy part of San Lorenzo, this ice cream parlour also serves sorbets, granita, frappes, yoghurt, semifreddo and crepes, so there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Antica Enotca is highly regarded as one of the best wine bars in Rome. Situated just a short walk away from the Spanish Steps, this wine bar offers over a dozen different wines which are available to purchase by the glass, in addition to an even greater selection of labels which are available to buy by the bottle.
Antica Enotca offers a small snack menu and there is a restaurant next door if you're in the mood for something more substantial.
Things to do in Rome in August
The Colosseum is one of the most important buildings in Rome and is a must-visit during your holiday. Located in the archaeological heart of the city, this attraction is the largest amphitheatre in the world and is visited by thousands of people each day.
You can choose to explore the Colosseum on your own if you do, make sure you buy tickets in advance to avoid queuing or sign up for a guided tour.
Santa Maria in Trastevere
Santa Maria in Trastevere is another historic building worth visiting during your trip to Rome. One of the oldest churches in the city, the inside of the nave features beautiful mosaics and stunning architecture. The building is tucked away into the Trastevere area of Rome and provides a peaceful place to relax, away from the hustle and bustle going on in the rest of the city.