Nightlife in Rome is populated by young and old who live unique experiences every night under the sky of the eternal city. Lounges, piano bar, clubs to get together with friends, have a chat, enjoy a cocktail, or simply wander through the secret alleys and enjoy a delicious ice cream.
Via Veneto & Spanish Steps
Staying in Rome you can not miss a visit to Via Veneto, an open-air museum of beautiful memories of Fellini’s movie La Dolce Vita and the historical memories of that period. Today, in addition to the famous coffee, you can find, chic and sophisticated Lounges to spend pleasant evenings.
Navona Square is the most elegant Roman square, built on the ashes of the Domitian stadium. Still today it is the meeting point for tourists and Roman citizens. Under the pallor of the moon, baroque marbles become the protagonists of this square.
Trastevere is the most popular district of the city, thsi is the the Roman nightlife place.
Typical Romanesque pubs, wine bars, trattorias and taverns enliven the small streets of Trastevere.
Piazza Trilussa is the meeting point for young people who crowd the steps of the Fontana dei Cento Frati in front of Ponte Sisto.
For over thirty years, Alexander Platz has been living and renewing itself as a cultural hub and a place where tradition and experimentation are combined into blends that are always rich in interest for the transformation of this rich, multifaceted and complex musical language that is Jazz.