Discover Rome nightlife

Discover Rome nightlife

The charm of La Dolce Vita: jump right into it.

After a long day of sightseeing in Rome, it’s time for you to chill out. And chilling out in Rome means having a good time. The Eternal City is full of welcoming and positive people who really know how to have fun and relax. When it comes to wine bars, pubs, and late-night clubs, Rome has plenty of alternatives for everybody’s taste. The evening activities in Rome are so diverse that you will be spoilt for choice.
 
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity and go experience Rome at night. Krem that nightlife starts quite late. Just consider that: locals usually have dinner around 9.30 in order to set your schedule. Don’t worry though, your patience will be rewarded.

The aperitivo: nothing is more typical than this

A true Roman evening starts with the aperitivo: the typical aperitivo menu consists of a pre-dinner cocktail paired with snacks and appetizers. It may remind you of an American happy-hour, however, the aperitivo is much more than a simple drink: it’s a true event, a specific time of day when locals get to meet up with friends, grab a cocktail and sit down for a chat.

So, as the evening approaches, take some time to relax in a small street-side café and get your aperitivo: an Aperol Spritz or a Negroni, it’s completely up to you. Then, decide what’s the plan after dinner.


After dinner in Rome: laid-back pubs or nightclubs?

If you’re in two minds about your after-dinner plan, just remember that almost every square, big or small, transforms into an outdoor bar: you’re definitely going to bump into one during your evening walk or passeggiata, as the locals call it.
 
If you’re a night owl, head to one of the many late-night clubs: you really are spoiled for choice. Remember, it’s very unusual for a Roman to go to a nightclub before midnight. If this doesn’t sound too late for you, get ready to dance your night away with live music and DJ sets. You can rest assured it will be a vibrant night to remember.

 
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