BLAST 2017: “On an evening in Roma”

by | Feb 17, 2017

When in Rome, do as the Romans do, as the saying goes, so in the next few weeks we want to suggest to you some ideas about places that Romans love the most, the not-to-be-missed museums and events and so on. The tech conference BLAST 2017, in fact, will take place in the Eternal City and we want you to enjoy your stay in Rome as much as possible.

Let’s start from the best things to do at evening and night in Rome. The Roman streets could be the ideal location for the important steps of your career. Here below the first advice for you, we will suggest more in the next few days, while we wait for the Blast tech event.

We hope these could be good tips especially if you plan to spend in Rome the weekend after BLAST 2017.

Trastevere District

trastevere Roma

Trastevere is the best district to enjoy a lively nightlife in the city. It’s considered by the Romans one of the most beautiful areas in the city, which has preserved the traditional Roman charm, even if it’s very popular also among Americans and international students and tourists. You will fall in love with Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere and you will not be surprised by the fact that several movies have been filmed there. Moreover, this area is full of pizzerias, cafes and trattorias.

Rome Auditorium

The Rome Auditorium is a multi-functional complex dedicated to music. The “city” of “music” thus became a new urban element near the Flaminio district, with a space for en plein-air theatre, an urban focal point that provides space for a fourth hall outdoors, designed for staging shows and concerts and capable of seating around 3,000 spectators. The complex also includes a series of spaces for commercial, recreational, exhibition and study activities.

Antico Caffè Greco

The Ancient Greek Cafe is located in Rome on Via dei Condotti. It is one of the historical café of the city, founded in 1760. Besides the historical origin, the coffee is famous for the artworks and masterpieces exposed in its rooms and for its famous costumers: in fact it has been for a long time a meeting place for intellectuals as Hans Christian Andersen, Georges Bizet, James Joyce, Orson Welles, Friedrich Nietzsche and so on. Your name could be on this list in the future…

 (To be continued…)


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