Rome - the city of perpetual motion
A country rich in antiquity, with wonderful southern architecture and climate – Italy is one of the most desirable countries in the tourist route through Europe with its pearl, the eternal city of Rome. Literally every region of the country is of interest and desire to visit it: Tuscany, Venice, Piedmont, Sicily and other names are simply a magnet for tourists. In Rome, you can find a lot of interesting things, but you can’t go past three things: the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, which will lead you to the Cathedral of Trinita dei Monti, Boschetto Street, famous for its “fair” of boutiques, and look at St. Peter’s Basilica, which is present on every third Roman postcard and, along with the Colosseum, is one of the recognizable symbols of the city. In addition, being in the capital of Italy, you can visit the “Papal City” of the Vatican, which is territorially located inside Rome. This city is simply crowded with tourists and the nightlife here is no less lively than the daytime. If you come to Rome to work, then you should know that this city never stops: the flow of tourists to sights and architectural masterpieces during the day is replaced by the same flows, but at night, residents and guests of Rome are interested in show ballets, clubs, discos, bars and restaurants. If you come to Rome to work as a hostess, then know that the nightlife of the city starts at 23:00 and stops only with dawn. The establishments are located in different parts of the city, but the bulk is concentrated around the “old town” – the area around Piazza Navona, Trastevere, San Lorenzo, Testaccio and Ostiense districts. Clubs such as La Maison, Gilda, Goa are among the most visited places. La Maison, for example, is known outside of Italy. The entire beau monde flocks here, both local and visiting stars. This is a luxury club located right in the historical center, not only with excellent service but also with excellent views of Castel Sant’Angelo and St. Peter’s Basilica. There are also original places in Rome, where working or just visiting will bring real aesthetic pleasure to any person. One of them is Micca Club – the retro style is in harmony with the musical experiments that are practiced in this club. Here you can get to a burlesque show sparkling with lights and blazing with eroticism and listen to a piano concert. Famous DJs also do not bypass this club; it is not for nothing that the institution has its own recording studio and even a radio station. For people who love mysticism in the capital there is a night tour called “Rome with ghosts”. It includes walks along the Tiber and a glass of champagne at the end. Tourists will be shown plane trees and palaces that look completely different at sunset than during the day. During these night hours, the spirits of the dead owners, emerging from the family crypts, circle the old quarters, recalling the images of dead cardinals, popes, merchants and aristocrats – at least that’s what the guide will tell you.