Rome at night is, in short, a city lit like a theater, and, especially in the warmer months, should be enjoyed like one. In fact, Georgina Masson, who wrote the 1965 classic “Companion Guide to Rome,” recommended the night as the time Rome
should first be seen. The eternal city in the night has a magical atmosphere, you’ll see the Trevi Fountain and continue on to see Navona square, the Pantheon, the Capitol, the Imperial Forum, the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus and the
Synagogue. From Trastevere, we will climb her hills, including Gianicolo Hill, where you can see the city laid out below you.