There are a lot of wonderful reasons to visit Rome in autumn. And while most people might not think of rain as one of them… well, I do.
Sure, it's never pleasant to suddenly get dumped on while you're, say, walking through the already-muddy ancient forum without an umbrella. But Rome's rain doesn't usually last for long. And the moment it slows down, the moody clouds and sudden glimpses of sunlight mean that the city might just be at its most beautiful.
See? I told you rain in Rome wasn't all bad. Just don't forget your galoshes!
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