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A Guide to Visiting Rome in November | Attractions, Weather, Museums & More

Rome is a popular destination for travelers looking for a picturesque retreat, thanks to its artistic ruins and cultural landmarks that dot its thriving cityscape. Apart from its outward appearance, Rome welcomes visitors with pleasant hospitality and food. Locals are frequently seen having a good time and partaking in their favorite foods. If you plan to join them in November, you must be prepared for a life-changing experience like no other. This page contains all of the information you need to plan an unforgettable November trip to Rome.

Is November a Good Time to Visit Rome?

As winter approaches, Rome begins to cool back and experiences a temperature drop in November. Despite being popular with visitors from all over the world all year, Rome has seen a significant downturn in its tourist population overall.

Rome in November - Why Visit

Why You Should Visit 

  • In Rome, November is quite a pleasant month to visit mainly due to the weather. With the declining temperature, you will find some respite from the summer and autumnal bouts of heat.
  • In November, Rome is a good time for visitors to enjoy a calmer, more relaxing time in the city without the fuss of crowds.
  • This month also sees the emergence of a number of events, whether musical, artistic, or religious in nature and Italians are seen having a good time amongst themselves.
  • There will never be a better time to take advantage of the best hotel and airfare deals while the weather is still mild. November strikes the ideal balance.
Rome in November- What to Look Out For

What to Look Out For

  • In November, Rome sees a dramatic decrease in the length of days, which also means that you will have to accommodate your sightseeing into a shorter time.
  • The weather can be a bit fickle in Rome in November, making it difficult to pack for this month. You will need to bring breathable clothing as well as warm clothing to deal with it.
  • It tends to rain in Rome in November a bit more than in the previous months. You will need to carry waterproof clothing and an umbrella just in case it rains.
  • Some attractions in Rome may have shorter operating hours in November due to the shorter days and lower number of tourists, making it difficult to plan your outings.