Given its geographical location, Pisa features a Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and cold and wet winters. Some tend to believe spring and autumn are the best seasons for visiting this Tuscan city, a belief chiefly sustained by the fact that Pisa is, undoubtedly, a tourist city, but its tourism features the particularity of revolving around the visitation of historic and architectural landmarks, which is why neither high nor low temperatures are applicable to this kind of tourism. Hence the idea of spring and autumn as the most enabling seasons for staying in Pisa.

Spring brings in Pisa average daytime temperatures of about 20°C, which holds true with respect to autumn. Winter daytime temperatures rarely drop below 11°C, which is why snow falls are highly unlikely to occur, but, nonetheless, air moisture determined by the heavy rainfalls is a nuisance which drives tourists away. Yet, tourists can travel to Pisa this time of the year, provided that they are well fitted with warmer clothes, and they can also benefit from the lack of bustle, which is always an appreciable easement for a certain category of tourists. In addition, tourists happening to visit Pisa in winter can always resort to idling away their time by sampling the tempting meals served by the countless restaurants in Pisa in an atmosphere replete with the classy charge of the place.

Summer, on the other hand, overwhelms by temperatures which can rise above 30°C and by air dryness. No wonder Pisa is less crowded as from June to September. Yet, this shortcoming is evened by the fact that tourists focused on ticking off the historic and architectural landmarks of Pisa can always resort to varying their stay in Pisa by spending time to the beaches nearby the city. So, either way, Pisa makes an excellent holiday destination, the moment of visiting Pisa being up to tourists’ expectations.

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