Old Rome Nightlife Tour, Rome

Rome may not be known for having the kind of cutting edge nightlife found in cities like Berlin or London, guests to Rome will still find that solid party atmosphere that lasts all night long, with a more casual, unpretentious crowd. This Old Rome Nightlife Tour includes the best nightspots the city has to offer, where guests will be sure to have a great night of dancing, mingling and great cocktails.
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Old Rome Nightlife Tour Map

Guide Name: Old Rome Nightlife Tour
Guide Location: Italy » Rome (See other walking tours in Rome)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.3 km
Author: Xena
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Shari Vari Playhouse

1) Shari Vari Playhouse

Quickly gaining steam on the thriving Paris nightlife scene, the Shari Vari Playhouse draws a fashionable crowd for an evening of dinner, dancing, and drinks with chic and sophisticated vibe. Guests to this hot nightclub can enjoy a week packed with a variety of entertainment to get down to on the dance floor, offering chill out music on Tuesdays, hip hop on Wednesdays, Thursday evening electro-rock, and Friday and Saturday evenings reserved for house and hot club favorites all night long....   view more
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Nur Bar

2) Nur Bar

A chic and sophisticated restaurant and lounge, Nur Bar is located in the historic 18th century Palazzo Capranica del Grillo in the heart of Rome not far from the beautiful Pantheon. Occupying the ground floor and basement of the building, a swanky greets guests on the top level of Nur Bar, offering fabulous cocktails, tempting aperitivos, and a tasty menu of Mediterranean-Fusion cuisine. Downstairs is where the loft-style dance club is located, offering up a high energy mix from some of the...   view more
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Mood

3) Mood

A popular hangout for younger guests, with a particularly large amount of them coming from abroad, Mood offers a dynamic clubbing experience for those looking for a great all night party atmosphere. Minimal design features found inside the club include glass chandeliers, bare white walls, and strobe lights. A modest lounging area includes a few tables and sofas for guests to take a breather from the dance floor which is located at both ends of the bar. Guests are treated to a blend of hip hop, R...   view more
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Fluid

4) Fluid

A unique lounge and nightclub with some of the city’s most original design features, as well as some of the tastiest cocktails in Rome, Fluid is located close to the Piazza Navona. Innovative design features include a glass top floor with dark fluid underneath that moves with each footstep, cube-shaped bar stools, and other neat gizmos that liven up the chic but unpretentious lounging atmosphere this hot nightspot provides. The main attraction at Fluid is its extensive list of cocktails,...   view more
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Bar della Pace

5) Bar della Pace

A quaint location near Piazza Navona inside an ivy-strewn building, Antico Caffè della Pace, or as it is more commonly known, Bar della Pace, is a cozy and friendly establishment with a décor reminiscent of old jazz bars from the 1920s. Vintage sofas provide guests a place to relax with coffee or a cocktail as well as a selection from its menu of tasty snacks and appetizers. The outdoor terrace is a perfect place to drink, catch a breeze, and people-watch during the warmer months....   view more
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Anima

6) Anima

A casual and friendly nightclub offering a great late night party to its guests, Anima is a small establishment that can get quite packed after midnight and especially on the weekends. Door policy is not as stringent as it as at more upscale clubs, though this popular drinking and dancing joint attracts a fairly diverse set of international clientele looking to let loose for the evening. The bar and downstairs lounge give way to the dance floor, with a second level of the club decked out with...   view more
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La Cabala

7) La Cabala

One of the city’s most exclusive nightclubs, La Cabala is a happening nightclub on the weekends, and part of a trio which includes a classy piano bar and upscale restaurant, Hostaria dell'Orso. All located inside a stunning 14th century building in a medieval palazzo overlooking the Tiber River in the trendy Piazza Novana area of Rome, this hot nightclub attracts a fashionable and trendy crowd ranging from the late twenties into their thirties. After midnight DJs keep the party going all...   view more

Walking Tours in Rome, Italy

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Old Rome Walking Tour

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Take this tour to explore Old Rome: Ponte, Parrione and Regola, the 5th, the 6th and the 7th rioni (districts) of the city. Ponte, Parrione and Regola are 3 of the remaining 14 historic districts of Rome, they comprise the territory between the Piazza Navona and the river Tiber, and are bordered on the south by the Piazza Farnese. They are home to several museums, like Rome's City Museum, as well as Palazzon Altemmps, Fountain of Neptune and much more.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.4 km
Vatican Walking Tour

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Vatican City is a landlocked sovereign city-state consisting of an enclave within the city of Rome, it is the smallest recognized independent state in the world. The Vatican is one of the most sacred places in Christendom, it attests to a great history and a formidable spiritual venture. Although only 44 hectares in overall surface, the Vatican features several worthwhile places to see, such as St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.5 km
Pigna & Sant'Eustachio Walking Tour

Pigna & Sant'Eustachio Walking Tour

Pigna and Sant'Eustachio are two historic rioni (districts) of Rome, located near the city center. They are home to several famed landmarks of antiquity, notably the Pantheon. Take this tour to explore Sant'Eustachio, the 8th rione of Rome, and Pigna, the 9th rione.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km
Trevi and Colonna Walking Tour

Trevi and Colonna Walking Tour

The Trevi rione (district) of Rome, which is the 2nd rione, is most famous for the Trevi Fountain, as well as for being home to several magnificent public libraries. Colonna is the 3rd rione of Rome and takes its name from the rione's most famous landmark, the Column of Marcus Aurelius in the Piazza Colonna. Colonna is also home to several palazzos, churches and other landmarks.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.6 km
Trastevere Walking Tour

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Take this tour to explore Trastevere, the 13th rione (district) of Rome, located on the west bank of the Tiber, south of Vatican City. Its name comes from the Latin "trans Tiberim", literally "beyond the Tiber". Although the rione was established during the times of ancient Rome, it grew and formed as a true part of the city in the Middle Ages, as a result it is characterized by narrow, cobbled streets and medieval buildings.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.2 km

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