Are you looking to have a great night out in one's of Italy's most romantic cities? If so, here are some of the best clubs in Rome:
Qube is one of the largest nightclubs in Rome. It has dance floors spanning three floors. You can expect to see fire dancers, drag queens, and lots of theatrics. Music ranges from disco to rock to house depending on which night you decide to visit the club. The most popular night at Qube by far is Muccassasina Friday, which is a big part of the city's LGBT party scene.
This nightclub attracts lots of live music fans. In the early evening, local bands take to the stage to showcase their talents. Later in the evening clubbers can dance to classic pop, funk and indie music. There is also a stylish seating area with vintage sofas for those who prefer chilling and relaxing to raving on the dance floor.
Shari Vari Playhouse
Shari Vari is part a busy nightclub and part a restaurant. It opened in 2009 and has been attracting large crowds ever since. The interior is themed in distressed-vintage style. Expect to hear dance, house, and hip-hop.
La Cabala is one of the city's most exclusive clubs. It features a piano-bar and a discotheque area and offers clubbers stunning views of Rome. It generally attracts people over the age of 25, but anyone seeking a classy place to party is welcome. It can be found at the top of the Ostaria dell’Orso.
Il Bosco delle Fragole
A popular summer venue that attracts international DJs and professional dancers. You can expect to see some awesome lights shows at this open-air club, which is surrounded by umbrella pines. During the winter months, the club moved to Chalet nel Bosco.
This club has been around since 1965. Its heydays were in the 60s and 70s when it attracted many international artists including Pink Floyd, Procol Harum, and The Byrds. Throughout the week you can enjoy 80s themed nights, live music sets and tribute band events. On Saturday nights, the club only plays house music. The venue is located near to the Coppedè neighborhood.
This small nightclub has lots of personality. It was inspired by the underground club scene of 1970s' New York. The music is always super loud and the decor is grungy. You can visit the club's Facebook page to find out about scheduled indie, and electro events.
This intimate nightclub is spread over two floors. It regularly features international DJs and up-and-coming bands. When the dance floor opens the music consists of a mixture of soul, funk, disco, acid jazz, reggae, and house. The venue is very busy on Friday and Saturday, so it would be advisable to arrive early.
This dance club opened in 2017. It is situated in the Ostiense neighborhood and hosts live music from local and international artists. Styles include blues, swing, rock, jazz and folk. After the live music events finish, DJ sets play out the evenings.