March, I guess, is the best time to be in Italy.Even the much touristic Venice is less crowded during that time. You can move around with ease. Besides the romance associated with the green waters and the gondolas of Venice, the narrow lanes and the battered walls have their own way of enchanting you. Venice is like an old gracious lady who simply refuses to lose her charm.
I was particularly looking forward to having loads of coffee, wines and of course, gelato in Italy. And, here’s what I realized that if you want a generous cup of coffee in Italy, make sure you tell them so, or they’d serve you a latte shot in a tiny cup. Wines in Italy have a certain silky texture to them. They really reflect Italy’s heart of love. Chianti, which originally birthed as a white wine, is now produced as a dry red table wine. And, gelato is pure bliss in your mouth. I’d say gorging on a gelato was one of my best experiences in Italy.