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Cheer yourself up this February with an Italian adventure. Bundle up to tread the cobbled streets of Venice, Florence and Rome, ducking into quaint cafes for thick hot chocolates (or a glass of smooth Italian red).
Most of Italy sheds its winter layers in March, so you can start venturing beyond the art galleries and cafés of the cities. That said, you can still explore big-name sights like Rome’s Colosseum, Venice’s Piazza San Marco and Florence’s Duomo minus the summer crowds. Spring comes earlier in southern Italy, where longer days are sunnier and drier than the north – which means more time for drives along the Amalfi Coast, wandering the streets of Sorrento or exploring Sicily.