Students have a decent selection of places to go out in Viterbo.
A place frequented by students is the San Pellegrino district, the heart of Viterbo’s nightlife, with several bars and restaurants along a street in the medieval part of town. The most popular bar among students is 77, a cozy little bar with tables and couches and a lively atmosphere. The bartenders are always fun to chat with and the room is always crowded on weekends. There are several other bars to go to if 77 is too crowded, so the street is usually filled with people bar-hopping. Another place I and other students have come to like going is Il Monastero Pizzeria, a great and reasonably priced restaurant not too far from the main street. It is open earlier than a lot of restaurants and is very popular, so some people wait at the door a few minutes before it opens. They serve huge individual pizzas that take up two plates. Somehow I have managed to finish an entire pizza there a few times, but if you’re not up for the challenge, you can take the rest to-go in a box. A nice aspect of Viterbo is that places are often open very late, much later than at home, especially on weekends. It was an adjustment to get used to eating dinner later than I normally do, but it can be fun to stay out late at night. I have really come to appreciate Viterbo’s fun atmosphere.
HI, my name is Lizzie Doub and I study English literature at Goucher college in Maryland. Some things I enjoy are reading, camping, and cooking. My favorite foods to cook are frittatas and brownies.I also love traveling and exploring. Here’s a link to my Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/lizzi.doub.
Ciao, mi chiamo Lizzie Doub e studio letteratura inglese al Goucher College nel Maryland. Alcune cose che mi piacciono sono la lettura, il campeggio e la cucina. I miei cibi preferiti da cucinare sono frittate e brownies. Mi piace anche viaggiare ed esplorare. Ecco un link al mio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lizzi.doub.