Tarquinia, Italy
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Climate & Best time to visit Tarquinia

Climate in Lazio:

Number of rainy days:

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F Feb
M Mar
A Apr
M May
J Jun
J Jul
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O Oct
N Nov
D Dec

Best time to visit Tarquinia:

Summer (June to August):

  • Summers in Lazio are hot and dry.
  • Daytime temperatures often exceed 30°C (86°F), especially inland.
  • Coastal areas benefit from sea breezes, providing some relief.

Fall (September to November):

  • Fall brings milder temperatures compared to summer.
  • Daytime highs range from 25-30°C (77-86°F) in September, decreasing to 15-20°C (59-68°F) by November.
  • Occasional rainfall occurs during this season.

Winter (December to February):

  • Winters are relatively mild but can be damp.
  • Daytime temperatures typically range from 10-15°C (50-59°F).
  • Rainfall is more frequent during this period, and occasional colder spells can occur.

Spring (March to May):

  • Spring brings pleasant weather and blooming landscapes.
  • Daytime temperatures range from 15-20°C (59-68°F) in March to 20-25°C (68-77°F) in May.
  • It's an excellent time for outdoor activities and exploring the region.

Money & Prices

Currency in Italy:

Euro (EUR)

How expensive is a trip to Tarquinia?

Eating out:
Simple meal:
15.24 USD
Fast food meal:
11.12 USD
Mid-range meal:
31.62 USD
Bottle of water:
0.30 USD
Soft drink:
2.28 USD
1.66 USD
Local Beer:
5.61 USD
Public transport - one way ticket:
1.66 USD
Taxi - 1km:
1.90 USD
Refer to the Hotels section for the most up-to-date accommodation prices.
* Prices are approximate. Make sure to check the latest exchange rates when planning your trip.

Cash vs Card, Tipping

While major credit cards like Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted, smaller establishments may prefer cash payments. It's a good idea to have a mix of both cash and cards, especially when exploring different regions in Italy.

ATMs, known as "bancomat" in Italian, are readily available in cities, towns, and tourist areas. They are usually found in banks, at post offices, and in commercial areas. However, in rural or remote areas, the availability of ATMs might be more limited, so it's advisable to carry sufficient cash in such situations.

Tipping is not obligatory or expected as much as in some other countries. However, rounding up the bill or leaving a small tip, especially in restaurants or cafes where service charge isn't included, is appreciated. It's common to round up the total or leave about 5-10% of the bill as a gesture of appreciation for good service.

General information

Italy general information:

Voltage: 230 V, Frequency: 50 Hz
  • Type C (European 2-pin)
  • Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)
  • Type L (Italian 3-pin)

Visa & Travel Requirements

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