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The Weather in Spoleto
This is the climate diagram for Spoleto. July is the warmest month in Spoleto, with average daily maximum temperatures of 31°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Spoleto in January. The rainiest month is May, while the driest month is August.
Enjoy opera in Roman ruins with Spoleto holiday cottages
A spectacular medieval fortress overlooks the Italian city of Spoleto. Roman ruins, Lombard details and the enviable backdrop of the magisterial Apennines are among the charms of holiday homes here.
The light stone cathedral Duomo di Spoleto is almost 1000 years old. It incorporates stones from even older Roman structures in its slim bell tower. A Renaissance porch and 17th century additions join frescoes by Filippo Lipp in the apse to make this an unmissable cultural experience.
Right in the middle of town, you'll find the fascinating Museo Archeologico. Explore four floors of Etruscan and Roman remains, and look out on the Teatro Romano.
Time travel in Spoleto
Rocca Albornoziana sits on a hilltop overlooking the town. The 14th century edifice was once a papal stronghold. A swift ride up the hill from the Via della Ponzianina takes you to the Muzeo Nazionale del Ducato, where you can discover the history of the city through Roman, Carolingian and Lombard artefacts. Don't miss the 5th century sarcophagi.
Casa Romana is another Spoletan journey through time. The excavated house transports visitors back in time to a typical homestead in the 1st century BCE. The Piazza Fontana nearby is home to the Arco di Drusco e Germanico which was once the entrance of the town's Roman forum.
Festivals worth travelling for
Build your trip around the fabulous Spoleto Festival. Every July, the city hosts a superb array of cultural events, from art exhibitions to ballets and operas. Spoleto's 17 days of entertainment attract audiences from across the world. The festival originated as the Festival dei Due Mondi (Festival of Two Worlds), the brainchild of Italian composer Gian Carlo Menotti.
Don't worry too much if you miss it though, you can always catch some theatre in the first century amphitheatre Teatro Romano which hosts performances throughout the summer. The ancient setting is surprisingly conducive to spine-tingling performances.
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