Tuscany Weather in March
March is a very difficult month to forecast and can be the most variable and unpredictable but it’s certainly warming now with the average afternoon temp reaching closer to 15°C. Therefore, we have just a minor change of snow, but it can still freeze on clear nights in March. Prepare for a few more showers, which raises the odds of you needing a waterproof jacket. Since it’s not going to be really cold anymore, you should pack a mix of clothing, Focus on wearing layers you can easily remove to keep yourself cosy. Daylight hours are increasing so you can tour the sights with about 12 hours of natural light by the end of the March. (Average max temperature: 15°C and average precipitation: 69mm).
Tuscany comes alive in March
Tuscany is blooming this spring with a myriad of events showcasing the best wine, food, music and contemporary art. Whether you’re after the latest art exhibitions, operas, rock concerts, food or flower festivals, our spring round-up will help you experience the magical atmosphere of the season at some of the most unexpected locations. From historical gardens and villas to walled towns, from ancient palaces to modern architecture, here are some spring events not to miss.
Truffle fair in San Giovanni d’Asso
March 23 and 24 in 2019. San Giovanni d’Asso hosts its local Truffle Fair with special menus, food markets and truffle hunts.
Camellia Festival in Lucca
Pieve San Andrea di Compito (Capannori), March 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31 and April 6 and 7 2019. You can visit the Camellietum Compitese, a botanical garden with over 1000 camellia varieties, and other gardens and villas nearby.