March is considered a shoulder season in Italy. While there will undoubtedly be tourists around, you won’t find yourself stuck in massive crowds. Spring is just starting to rear its head, giving way to beautiful foliage and hopeful locals. If you’re planning on visiting Italy in March, you’re in for a treat. Between the events, festivals, and well-trodden tourist attractions, you’ll have your hands full of interesting activities. Ready to plan your Italy vacation for March? Here are the best things to see and do.