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In a city like Rome it should be forbidden to visit it only during the day: if by day Rome leaves you breathless, at night it is difficult to explain the effect in words. The blurred lights alternate with those of the buildings, creating an enchanting atmosphere. Every corner of Rome is illuminated in the right place, so much so that you will feel like you are living in a movie or a novel.
The most important monuments of the city can not miss: Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza San Pietro, Vittoriano, the Arch of Constantine, Colosseum, Teatro Marcello, Jewish Quarter, Isola Tiberina, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona
These are not just the names of the main monuments of the Eternal City but are “synonyms” of art and history.
Castel Sant’Angelo was initially commissioned by Emperor Hadrian as a Mausoleum for him and his family and later used by the popes as a fortress and castle.
Today Castel Sant’Angelo is one of the most important museums in Rome, where, during the day, you can enjoy a good Italian Espresso in a very suggestive view. In fact, it is built at the foot of the Tiber and near Piazza San Pietro where millions of faithful arrive every year from all over the world to admire its grandeur.
Piazza San Pietro is dominated by the Basilica of San Pietro, the papal seat and most famous monument in the world, surrounded by a prestigious colonnade designed by Bernini: in this place every word will seem too small to describe its intensity.
But it is not yet time to totally lose your breath: from here in fact our night tour will continue to Piazza Venezia
where it is impossible not to admire the Vittoriano (also called Altare della Patria), inaugurated in 1911, is one of the monuments symbol of Italian patriots.
Leaving behind us the grandeur of the Vittoriano we will embark on a magical walk along Via dei Fori Imperiali, the heart of antiquity, where we will be able to admire the Arch of Constantine and the Colosseum, important symbols of Ancient Rome.
Rome under the stars is what every tourist should combine with any normal day tour in Rome: as evening falls, the chaos of the city also decreases, the means of transport are halved and give way to silence, soft lights, a story that emerges in silence and creates an almost fairytale atmosphere.
You will feel like walking in a daydream: after visiting Circo Massimo, the first stadium built in Rome, Teatro Marcello, the Jewish Quarter and Isola Tiberina, we will leave you with the doubt of having visited Rome in a dream or in actually making Piazza Navona as the last stop.
Built on the ruins of the Emperor Domitian’s stadium, this square is one of the most beautiful in the world: in the evening the fountain of the “Four Rivers“, a masterpiece by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, is illuminated in such a way that the lights seem to perfectly follow the movement of the water and the shadow of the Monument that is reflected in it.
At this point you can’t miss an “aperitivo”!
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