Italy can be very hot, especially in the south, and temperatures can rise above 100 degrees for days in a row. To escape the heat, Italians head to the beaches or mountains. The climate is generally dry but central and northern Italy can be humid and afternoon thunderstorms are not uncommon. Find historic weather and climate information for major Italian cities on Italy Travel Weather.
Casa Batllo ,Gaudí, Barcelona. Mi favorita de siempre!