The coastal areas usually
enjoy pleasant summers and rarely experience snow in the winter
Inland there can also
be lovely summers, but starting a little later - some roads can still
be blocked with snow until well into May, and there are glaciers in
the north of the region. It is typically at least 5 degrees C cooler
in the mountains than on the coast during the winter.
Don't assume anything:
July can be anything from 14 to 30'C; Easter could mean a snow blizzard
or sun-bathing on the snow; it could be dry for two weeks or rain
much of the time. We have lovely beaches here, but you probably came
here for the scenery and culture rather than to soak up the sun. As
they say, it is never the wrong weather but sometimes you can be wearing
the wrong clothes!
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