Testaccio is not only one of the most characteristic quarters in Rome but is also the ideal place for enjoyable evenings, thanks to its endless selection of places where young people meet every evening after 22.00 to drink something together. Summer here sees all kinds of event, ranging from concerts to open-air performances.
To be honest, the whole city comes to life in summer and from June to September there are endless cultural appointments with concerts and theatre that certainly make Rome nights something very special.
July and August equally see the Isola Tiberina on the River Tiber crowded with fashionable bars, night-spots, stalls and all kinds of performance.
Yet if you are looking for an evening different from all the others, we suggest that your plan your trip to Rome in September: this is precisely when Rome holds its "white night", when museums, galleries and shops stay open until 8.00 the following morning and the entire city comes alive with free concerts, market stalls and food stands.
Other festivities worth experiencing in the capital include 25 April (Liberation Day) and May Day: on both occasions, major concerts are organised in the main squares of the city.
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