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  • 1. Where and how can you enjoy yourself in Rome??
  • 2. There is a very big choice of ways and places to have fun in Rome: parks, cinemas, clubs, discos and theatres of all sorts. Depending on the neighbourhood, you can choose different types of entertainment ...
  • 3. Discos, clubs or music venues, where you can listen to particular music, are increasingly popular among teenagers
  • 4. If you like sitting down sipping a drink... The areas in the city centre are the best!
  • 5. Trastevere over the years has become the neighbourhood where young people live and meet their friends From early evening to late night its piazzettas with bars, clubs and restaurants for all tastes and all budgets are filled with people from all walks of life
  • 6. At night every little square comes alive with tables and musicians, transforming the place into a lively centre of Roman night life It’s a pleasure to have a drink in one of the many bars or spend the evening sitting on the steps of Piazza Trilussa or S. Maria in Trastevere were you can also watch street artist performances
  • 7. Campo de 'Fiori is the meeting point for young people aged between 18 and 35 years. Around the square there are many pubs, particularly American ones, where you can sit and talk until closing time (around 2 am)
  • 8. What about a croissant to close the evening up ? The “cornetterie” are very fashionable especially at night. During weekdays and mostly at weekends lots of people go there for hot croissants
  • 9. If you are in Rome in the summer, there are many open- air-cinemas from July to September. The most famous one is Cineporto, near the Stadio Olimpico. Another one is Cinema Pasquino, located in Trastevere, which has three screens and shows films in English
  • 10. If you are looking for daytime fun don’t worry... amusement parks are just mushrooming in Rome
  • 11. A theme park will open in 2011. It will be the first one dedicated to the cinema in Italy. It will be called Cinecittà World and will cover a total area of 150 hectares. 38 attractions will be implemented, including roller coasters for teenagers, water slides, amphitheatres with film scenes, theatres dedicated to digital, three-dimensional and 4D technology. By 2014 other 2 areas will be completed including "Cinecittà Natura” where you can stroll around movie sets displayed in a natural scenery.
  • 12. In 2011 an amusement park, similar to Disneyland Paris, with attractions for the whole family, will open up near Valmontone , 40 Km from Rome.
  • 13. Silvia Colasanti Simona Sinisi