9 Best Things To Do In Grosseto, Italy At Night

things to do in Grosseto at night

Grosseto Province stretching from the border of Lazio to the foothills of Colline Metallifere comes with incredible attractions – this gem has become one of the most likeable tourist destinations on the western coast of Italian mainland. Its Maremma Grossetana, highlighting a rustic environment, and Tufo area have left everybody speechless. It actually has more to offer when the sun has disappeared into the horizon – just do a little night exploration to see another side of this region.

This guide about the 9 best thing to do in Grosseto Province at night will give you some clues on how you might enjoy it.

1. Discover the Little Jerusalem in Pitigliano at night

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Start your evening discovery from a Jewish town on the southeast of the Grosseto city, called Pitigliano. The whimsical off the beaten path attraction is popularly known as the Little Jerusalem – you will see it adorned with a vast array of Synagogues. Additionally, the other worthwhile attractions you can’t overlook include Santa Maria’s church, Renaissance and Medieval monuments and the Orsini Fortress.


Address: South-east of Grosseto, Italy

Website: Pitigliano

2. Get lost at Piazza Dante

Lato Sud Piazza Dante (Grosseto)
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A tiny town square named Piazza Dante in the hub of Grosseto city is extremely recommended for those who admire historic Italian structures. The highlight of this beautiful spot is the old Duomo dating back to the 13th-century, established by the famous Sozzo Rustichini – it’s adjacent to the restored bell tower. The Palazzo Aldobrandeschi and the iconic Canapone are other agreeable attractions.

Piazza Dante

Address: Piazza Dante Alighieri, 7, 58100 Grosseto, Italy

Website: Piazza Dante

3. Learn the history of Grosseto at Museum of Archaeology and Art of Maremma

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Museum of Archaeology and Art of Maremma is opened mainly for educational purposes – the children could participate in the interactive workshops to get deep insight about the Neolithic Revolution as well as the Roman period. It has several sections you can enter such as a space where the archaeological collection of Canon Giovanni Chelli is kept and a room informing the history of Grosseto. The opening hours are from 5 to 8 pm.

Museum of Archaeology and Art of Maremma

Address: Piazza Baccarini, 3, 58100 Grosseto GR, Italy

Website: Museum Di Maremma

4. Be fascinated by the old structure of Palazzo Aldobrandeschi  

Palazzo Aldobrandeschi
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Do you adore neo-Gothic construction? Take a stroll to Palazzo Aldobrandeschi, an artistic palace with travertine rock exterior. The middle age atmosphere can strongly be felt once you hit this place directly linked to a chapel and fortress. The carved arches and coat of arms on the ground floor and the seven-three light windows on the main floor are overly breath-taking.

Palazzo Aldobrandeschi

Address: Piazza Dante Alighieri, 35, 58100 Grosseto GR, Italy

Contact Number: +39 0564427918

Website: Palazzo Aldobrandeschi

5. Down the local beer in Hungry Years

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Hunting for a cool spot for chilling out in Grosseto? Go visit the Hungry Years, a Mediterranean bar with an exceptional theme. Have a cozy seat and select from the great selection of local beers. If you feel starving, take a bite into a thick slice of delicious beef steak. Situated in the hub of the city, it also features good staff and reasonable prices.

Hungry Years

Address: Via Vinzaglio, 20, 58100 Grosseto, Italy

Opening Hours: 11am - 3pm, 7pm - 1am (Monday - Saturday) and 7pm - 1am (Sunday). Closed on Wednesday

Facebook: Hungry Years

6. Enjoy a cup of cappuccino at Bar Galli

Indulge yourself with a cup of hot cappuccino at Bar Galli, a mere 8-minute drive from Duomo di Grosseto - San Lorenzo nella Cattedrale. Aside from offering a variety of good drinks, it’s where you can shop for numerous chocolate products varying in shape, size, and colors.

Bar Galli

Address: Via Santerno, 17, 58100 Grosseto GR, Italy

Opening Hours: 6am - 8pm (Monday - Saturday). Closed on Sundays

7. Have a fun night out at Pub 13 Gobbi

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Are you traveling with mates in Grosseto? Make sure to hit Pub 13 Gobbi, within walking distance to the Monumento a Leopoldo. The pub filled with tranquil surroundings and antiques offers a wide range of top-quality wines, local beers, and tasty liquors unlike the rest of the night clubs in the city. The stony architecture and warm lighting add to your night out with newly met friends.

Pub 13 Gobbi

Address: Via Mazzini 106, 58100 Grosseto, Italy

Opening Hours: 7pm - 2am (Monday - Saturday). Closed on Sundays

Facebook: Pub 13 Gobbi

8. Have fine dining at Ristorante Grantosco

Delving for a casual dinner experience in Grosseto? Create your own special moment at Ristorante Grantosco, close to Piazza dei Mariti d'Istia. Unlike other Italian eateries which mostly have traditional designs, it’s covered with the contemporary touch. Some great dishes you need to try are pici con ragù di polpo (slice of octopus) and cevice di gamberi (shrimp crawfish).

Ristorante Grantosco

Address: Via Solferino, 4, 58100 Grosseto, Italy

Website: Ristorante Grantosco

9. Try the gluten free dishes at Ristorante per Celiaci Il Carrettino

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Looking for an Italian restaurant fitting for your healthy lifestyle? Go for the delicious gluten-free dishes at Ristorante per Celiaci Il Carrettino. The home-made pasta is well presented with the genuine and natural flavors. This cozy space to dine out also offers Sicilian cuisine, rotisserie, typical sweets, and biscuits. All foods are chemical free, great for your dieting plan.

Ristorante per Celiaci Il Carrettino

Address: Via Bengasi, 7, 58100 Grosseto, Italy

Website: Ristorante per Celiaci Il Carrettino (in Italian)

Have the best night in Grosseto!

Grosseto has a wide number of worth-visiting night destinations from architectural sites to casual Italian eateries offering amazing local cuisine. Don’t wait too long! Make your own great nigh out with the gem of Tuscany!

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