Over the years, Rome has not developed as good of a reputation for being a gay-friendly area compared to many other Europeans capitals. This is in part due to the influence of the church which remains to be extremely rooted in the area. In the recent years the gay community has overcome the conservative mindset and slowly become more and more visible within the city.
Rome experiences a variety of different seasons. The best time to travel to the great city would be during either the spring months or the autumn months. October seems to be a traveler favorite because the weather during this time is very mild and warm, which allows for tourists to easily walk around without collapsing from heat exhaustion. The summers can be very humid and hot with temperatures breaking into the 90’s. While the winters can be chilly as the temperature dips before 30’s and 40’s. Overall you can visit the city at any time of the year and it will be beautiful but it is highly recommended that you visit during the spring or autumn to make the most of your visit.
Most LGBT clubs in this area require a ArciGay or ArciLesbian card. If you have this card most clubs will allow you entry for free, without it sometimes they may be forgiving but more often than not you will be forced to pay a small fee.
In Rome there are no truly dedicated gayborhoods. Instead, there are small gay establishments located throughout the city. They are relatively easy to find and you can go just about anywhere in rome and find a club or bar that suits your tastes.
Estate Romana/Rome were named the home of Euro pride in 2011. During this time gay travelers came from all across the world to experience the style and history of Rome as well as party.
Keep in mind that after 23:00 you will have to take a taxi or a bus.