Viterbo, Italy Climate and Weather

Historic Climate Charts for Travel Planning

When is the best time to go to Viterbo, Italy? Check the month by month climate charts below to see if the historic climate is what you're looking for when you're doing your vacation planning.

Viterbo is to the north of Rome and is capital of the Viterbo province in the Lazio Region that extends south almost to Rome. It has a typical Mediterranean climate, with the highest rainfall in the fall and winter months.

Viterbo, Italy Monthly Average Temperatures by Month

Viterbo, Italy Temperatures: Fahrenheit

Viterbo Rainfall Month by Month

Historic Rainfall for Viterbo, Italy in Lazio

Current Weather Conditions in Viterbo

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Viterbo: What to See and Do

Viterbo is the largest city in northern Lazio. Its defensive city walls, still standing, were built in the 8th century by King Desiderio of the Lombards, who built them to keep out the forces of Pope Hadrian I. 

The top visitor attractions include the Palace of the Popes, Palazzo Papale, and the Lion Fountain in the Piazza delle Erbe. The city's undeground can be viewed on a tour (see below for tickets and information). 

Viterbo Travel Guide

The castle, Rocca Albernoz is just inside the Porta Fiorentina city gate. It's now the city's Etruscan Museum. If you enjoy parks, the Prato Giardino is just outside this gate.

Outside Viterbo you can visit the Villa Lante and its gardens in the village of Bagnaia.

To the west of the city you'll find a volcanic are with an abundance of hot springs having therapeutic properties having been exploited by the Romans through to modern times. Pope Nicholas V, had a villa built here in 1450.

The thermal park offers everything from free open-air pools to luxurious spas like the Terme dei Papi and the Hotel Salus Terme.

Where to Stay in Viterbo: Lodging Map

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