Rome Weather October Averages, Italy
What's The Weather Like in Rome in October?
Is Rome Hot In October?
Is October A Good Time to Visit Rome?
If you look at our exclusive weather reports from the last two years, Rome weather in October is pleasant, with mild temperatures:
October 2018: the weather in Rome was glorious, with only one day of thunderstorms and a high temperature of 23°C.
October 2017: a beautiful autumn month in Rome, with no regular rainfall and weeks of sunshine and warm weather.
Rome Hotels in October
The four-star Alimandi Vaticano is one of the most popular places to stay in Rome. Here guests can choose from suites, apartments and single, twin, double, superior, triple and quadruple rooms, guaranteeing something suitable for all group sizes.
There are plenty of services and facilities to enjoy, too, including multilingual staff at reception, breakfast buffet, restaurant, bar, fitness room, TV room, babysitting, shuttle service and garage.
Hotel Mancino 12
Families and couples who plan on doing a lot of sightseeing during their holiday in Rome should consider staying at Hotel Mancino 12.
Located just a few steps away from the Trevi Fountain, this hotel provides guests with access to a spa, fitness centre, bar, free WiFi, public parking, 24-hour reception, babysitting, concierge and shuttle service.
Accommodation is available in the form of rooms and suites, each of which is spacious and comfortable.
River Palace Hotel
The River Palace Hotel is another ideally located hotel, found in the heart of the city. Here you'll find 59 rooms divided between classic singles, classic Queens, superior rooms, deluxe rooms, junior suites and Villa Borghese suites.
There is a handful of services and amenities available onsite, such as lounge bar, buffet breakfast, concierge, guided tours, massages, car and cycle rental, babysitting and currency exchange.
For something a bit more affordable, take a look at the two-star Hotel Paba. This small and friendly hotel offers a variety of rooms, including doubles, Queens, twins, triples and suites, so there's something for all budgets and group sizes to enjoy.
There are a few facilities and services, including air conditioning, breakfast and multilingual staff, with plenty of bars, restaurants and shops in the local area.
Hotel Villa San Pio
The three-star Hotel Villa San Pio is one of the grandest hotels in Rome. Made up of three villas, this complex offers accommodation in the form of 78 rooms which are divided into doubles, triples, singles, quadruples and wheel-chair accessible rooms.
Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the numerous facilities and services available, including buffet breakfast, 24-hour front desk, internet access, parking, bar, room service, massages, tours, excursion booking, shuttle service and babysitting.
Bars and Restaurants
Yogurteria Yo! Centocelle
If you're in the mood for some frozen yoghurt, pop into Yogurteria Yo! Centocelle. All the frozen yoghurts here are freshly made onsite and there is a huge variety of toppings to choose from. Unfortunately there is limited seating at this establishment, so you may have to take your frozen dessert 'to go' but it's worth it to be able to enjoy such a delicious sweet treat.
Osti Matti is a perfect spot to taste delicious, simple but honest Italian dishes such as tagliatelle and other pasta choices, as well as risotto, cheese and meat platters. For dessert, try a slice of their beautiful, homemade cakes!
When it comes to affordable food and drinks with a laid-back atmosphere, it doesn't get much better than Magnebevo. This small restaurant/bar opens at 7pm and kicks off with a happy hour and a small selection of food such as sandwiches, pastries, nachos, pasta dishes and calzones.
A top selection of drinks are available from behind the bar, including wine, beer, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks. The cocktails are fantastic here and add to the lively, hip atmosphere.
Stravinskij Bar inside the Hotel de Russie is one of the most exclusive establishments in Rome. Boasting a sophisticated atmosphere with elegant furnishings and a graceful décor, this bar is known for its cocktails, such as the Negrill and Castro Street, which are made by professional mixologists.
If you're not in the mood for an alcoholic drink, try one of their many alcohol-free healthy cocktails.
Things to do in Rome in October
Art lovers won't want to miss the opportunity to visit the Galleria Borghese. Located in the stunning Borghese Park, this art gallery is full of sculptures, fountains and paintings which will leave you awe-struck.
Only so many people are allowed in at any one time, so buying tickets in advance is a must. You can choose to explore the Galleria Borghese on your own or sign up for a tour led by an experienced guide.
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj
After wandering around the Galleria Borghese, head on over to the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj for even more stunning artwork. This grand art/history museum is often compared to the Vatican, due to the quantity and quality of the sculptures, paintings, gardens and the general décor.
If you'd like to find out more about the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj whilst you're there, sign up for the free video guide which is done by Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj, the adopted English aristocrat who regularly stays at the palace.
Rainbow MagicLand Theme Park
Kids will love the Rainbow MagicLand Theme Park in Valmontone, 20 minutes from the city. Here you can find rollercoasters, water rides, motorbike and stunt shows and arcades. Also, head over to the largest 5D video game ride, Huntik. This park is has excellent facilities as well as restaurants, bars and kiosks for snacks throughout the day.