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Nightout in Rome - Italy
By:Gaurav Ks

It might not be New York or Berlin, but Rome has its party scene. Romans go out late and the fun only really commences after dinner. The wine bars and cafés around Piazza Navona and Via della Pace tend to be the chicest. The biggest concentration of nightclubs in Rome lies in the Testaccio and Ostiense districts. One of the main drags in Testaccio, via di Monte Testaccio. There's a small gay scene too.

There are vast glittering palaces with stunning lights and sound systems, innovative alternatives to the mainstream spots, and rock and jazz venues with a wide assortment of styles performed by a healthy array of local talents. For further entertainment or more Rome activities at night, explore the various theatre, cinema and concert hall options located throughout the city of Rome.

There are surely loads of bars & pubs, clubs & disco spreaded all over the city but the best way to enjoy the culture, vibe and spirit of the city is outdoor. As the weather is mild here for most part of the year, every square turns often into a big outdoor bar.

The locals love their evening “passeggiata” and to stroll around the cobble stoned streets sipping a beer while chatting with friends just outside a pub or sitting at a table outside a cafe. This will allow them to practice one of the national sports here: seen and be seen.

Take a walk at Campo De Fiori right before midnight and you can entertain yourself observing bunches of sleeked young man coming down from the suburbs to show themselves off and to try to chat up the foreign girls like modern( but harmless) predators. Something folkloristic and stereotyped maybe, but not so far from the truth.

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When the night is almost over and it’s time to go home, locals usually like to indulge in one of their favorite habits connected with the nightlife in Rome: they grab a “cornetto” (croissant) and drink a hot cappuccino on the way back home. They stop in one of the coffee bars still open or in one of the”cornetterie” (laboratory that produce those delicious sweet treats) spread all over in town (whose address is sometimes one of the city’s best kept secrets) and feast over a warm cornetto( plain, filled with jam, with custard cream, with nutella or honey) to say goodbye to the night.

Gauravks is a articles writer whose major area of focus is travel. His articles on different travel topics like Cheap Flights to Rome and Cheap Hotels in Rome are published on various online platforms.

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