The Italians know how to have a good time and it’s not uncommon for a real Italian party to go well into the night. Bars, cafes and restaurants are open long into the late evening, and in some cases there’s no set closing time. Italians love noise and a lot of action, so dancing is a given as is a lot of talking. Many of the bars and cafes in Italy’s major cities have late night live music, and if you go where the local go, you’ll hear some of local talent as the open mic phenomenon has just taken off. Drinks tend to be on the expensive side in the touristy areas, especially in Rome and Venice, but if you head out with your local personal guide in Italy, you’ll not only be able to brush up on your Italian, you’ll also get to experience a cheaper better night out the Italian way! Discos, which are known as discoteche, in Italy are a huge business. Typically, these discos are on a number of different floors that play different kinds of music. Again, if you go to the more commercial areas where tourists in Italy tend to migrate towards, you’ll be paying through the roof, so if you’re into a spot of dancing and parties, ask your local Italian guide to show you the way. Entry into the smaller discos costs about €25, which also gets you a drink, but in some of the larger cities of Italy, you can pay anywhere up to €100. Other than using your locali Italian guide, you can also check out some of the local newspapers of the region and entertainment magazines to see what’s going on in your area.
You’ll notice that the culture during the day and night in Italy is totally different. Every major city in Italy has its own ‘it’ places to head out to and experience great food, wine, cocktails, and parties. One thing’s for sure is that this unique nightlife that you’ll experience in Italy with your local Italian tour guide can’t be duplicated anywhere else.
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