The weather in Rome is so good that people can spend the time out also during the winter nights. Indeed, during spring and summer it is even more pleasant to spend the nights in the streets and wonderful squares of the city centre. Romans know it!
During the weekend the city centre is full with people who want to live the Roman nightlife while drinking a glass of wine or a cocktail. The historical city turns into the centre of the European entertainment.
You can’t miss to spend at least one night in one of the following squares.
CAMPO DE’ FIORI
It is the symbol of the Roman nightlife where lots of tourists go at the weekend to drink something in one of the many clubs and pubs that surround the square dedicated to the martyr Giordano Bruno.
SANTA MARIA IN TRASTEVERE
Nerve centre in Trastevere where every night many Romans and tourists liven the life of the district up. Dining in one of the several Roman taverns, drinking a glass of wine in one of the cool bars and then chatting on the staircase of the fountains that is located at the centre of the square.
PIAZZALE DI PONTE MILVIO
Meeting point in the north of Rome. Here the cool restaurants and clubs are always crowded by the Romans who spend the weekend in the sign of having a great time with the friends. The bridge close to the square is one of the places where the lovers declare eternal love for one another sealing their feelings fixing a padlock on the gates of the bridge.
Again in Trastevere, this time we suggest you to spend a night in the square dedicated to the greatest Roman poet. Many tourists and Romans live the square and sit on the staircase where they mostly spend the Saturday night. Of course you will also meet some weirdos who entertain the people to get some spare money while playing the guitar.
PIAZZA ANITA GARIBALDI
The square on the Gianicolo is less noisy but you will find one of the most beautiful panoramas in Rome where to admire the city in its full greatness. Here the lovers spend romantic nights admiring the Eternal City and enjoying the “ponentino” wind during the summer nights.
In order to experience an authentic Roman holiday, don’t miss to have a dinner to taste the typical recipes of the city or an “original” Italian pizza.