I am planning do a short trip to Europe at the end of October, because I've noticed air fares are really good as of now, and I have some time off. I am fully vaccinated i'm from the US, Live in CA, so no issues there. My main concern is the Weather. I know the weather chills down a lot in November, and then rain and snow start appearing in many parts of Europe. So I am wondering, where would be a good place to visit where it wont get below 40F for a day time low, not likely have a ton of snow (or any) during these dates and may still have a decent chance of NOT getting rained out?
So far based on prices, and lodging affordability and weather, I'm seriously considering these options
Florence/Rome - Spend a few days in Florence, the rest in Rome
Barcelona and surrounding area
Portugal - Algarve region. I have been to Portugal before but not the Algarve region
I'm not sure about any other places. France and Germany seem unlikely due to the weather and what seems to be a desire to lock down again in countries like France or Germany. I'm guessing Southern Europe is my best bet?
I don't mention Greece because I'm visiting Greece in the beginning of October.
If i am missing any other places that may be worthwhile, and that maybe i have missed as having decent weather, i would appreciate any suggestions.
Thank you for any info.