It would depend on where in Italy you go. We drove to Italy in April/May this year and as soon a s we hot the Italian border, the sun came out and stayed there. It'll be warmer than here (UK), but may be chillier at night so take a jacket. Be prepared I say, light waterproof and brolly and enjoy yourself. about 7 years ago
It really depends on years. Some years can happen it is rainy, but often it is a lovely time to visit Italy, the temperature is over 20 degrees (celsius), not too warm and not cold at all.
It is springtime, so it could be sunny too.. I love this time of the year to see cities, in my opinion if you go for historical cities April, May, September and October are the best months. about 7 years ago