Rome is best for..
Dining late: Locals will typically meet for dinner between 9 and 10, so the nightlife and entertainment starts late in the city
Evening strolls: Walk through the old town during the evenings, where you can stop for beers and coffees along the way
Wine bars and cafes: The area around the Piazza Navona is perfect for chic, relaxed evenings out in Rome
Language The language spoken in Rome is Italian
Currency The currency used in Rome is the Euro (€)
Local time: Rome is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time
Fly to: Rome's main airports are Malpensa Airport in Milan and Leonardo da Vinci Airport (also known as Fiumicino)
A city that has an undying passion for ‘la dolce vita’, you can create some wonderful memories with a night out in the Eternal City. Rome nightlife will be a big part of your city break to Rome because the Italians love eating and drinking well into the night. Because of this, nightlife in Italy starts quite late with pubs and bars not usually getting busy until midnight. If you love dancing then it’s going to be a late night, too, as nightclubs don’t fill up until 2am.
The city’s squares get converted into outdoor bars in the summer, which is perfect for having a few drinks under the stars. Street cafés offer an all day people watching experience that stretches into the late evening and with warm summer nights, there’s no better way to get to know the culture of Rome.
This capital city has every kind of nightlife imaginable, from elegant wine bars and brewery bars to the restaurant bars with exquisite views and the clubs that stay open until 4am. Rome is, of course, an excellent city if you love wine. With a seemingly endless array of wine bars, cellar bars, and specialist with shops with tasting areas, you’ll be in the best place to refine your taste buds.