After a day of sightseeing, Roman nightlife is the perfect way to experience the city. This is a great way to explore the city when it's less crowded and explore different venues and restaurants that you may not have had the chance to visit during your day tours of Rome.
And to really get a feel for the nightlife of the Eternal City, there's nothing better than a Free Tour like the ones we offer at GuruWalk.
Rome's Colosseum Square is the most incredible place to visit in the city. Firstly, the Colosseum is one of the most iconic buildings in Rome and secondly, it is one of the largest amphitheatres ever built by any culture. The surrounding square has many beautiful fountains that provide shade from the sun on hot summer days and many different cafes and restaurants for you to enjoy your food or drink. This square also has many beautiful sculptures on display, as well as a large obelisk that sits near one edge. At night its illumination gives it a new aura.
All these things combine to make this space a great place to relax or have a picnic with friends or family at any time during the day or evening.
From here we can set off to the Aventine Hill, which was originally used for religious purposes and was built on top of an older settlement dating back to the Roman monarchy. The importance of the hill in ancient Rome can be seen by the fact that it houses some of Rome's most important temples, such as Diana, Minerva and Ceres. In addition, one of the staples of Roman life, "the gladiator-style fight between man and beast", originated here. And at night it is an unrivalled vantage point from which to enjoy one of the most imposing panoramas over the city of Rome.
You can also visit the Foro Boarium in Rome at night, when it is illuminated and the monuments are covered with light.
There are many buildings from different periods that are located inside it. There are also some structures that were built during the 20th century, such as the Palazzo delle Aquile (home of Roma FC) and the Palazzetto dello Sport (home of AS Roma).
The Foro Boario is a complex place to visit, as there is always something new to see.
But with the help of an experienced guide you won't miss a thing.