Rome flicks the switch to light up such essential sights as the Roman Forum, Casteel Sant-Angelo and St. Peter’s Basilica. Piazza del Popolo is fringed with open-air cafes, and night-time revelers still flock to the famous Via Veneto, symbol of Rome’s dolce vita (sweet life).
Combine an illuminations tour with dinner in Trastevere, or join an evening walking tour with a guide to lead the way and hear intriguing tales about Rome’s floodlit sights.
Tours & Tickets
See an illuminated Rome on a 3.5-hour nighttime sightseeing tour. You’ll start at a local wine bar to enjoy a traditional ‘aperitivo’ – a glass of fine wine ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
During the months of May until October, the Vatican stays open on Friday nights for an extra-special viewing of its renowned museums and the Sistine Chapel, ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)