If you already love Rome’s city centre during the day, wait to discover how enchanting it can be at night! The best time to enjoy Rome’s city centre is after midnight, when the tourist crowd is gone and –suddenly- the town is quiet, all shops are closed, the monumental squares are empty and Rome’s narrow alleys are deserted.
From Coliseum to Saint Peter, the town will be just for us: sipping one beer (or more!) we will wander in the moonlight, hearing our steps on the cobbled streets and enjoying a romantic and truly unique atmosphere made of lights and shadows, moon and stars, historic buildings and enlightened fountains.
I am an urban travel blogger (www.blocal-travel.com) born and raised in Rome. I like to travel off-the-beaten path and to write about unconventional destinations, abandoned places, street art, outskirts, urban landscapes, weird spots and basically all the places I happen to visit and become very enthusiastic about. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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