“What could be more romantic than a candlelit dinner on a 1940’s tram with Rome’s Colosseum and live jazz music as your backdrop?”
The meeting point is the cable car station at the Piazza di Porta Maggiore in Rome, Italy. From there, twice a week, the “Tramjazz” begins its journey through the streets of the Eternal City, offering a night of delight. The vintage cable car is transformed into a cozy mobile club and restaurant serving traditional local dishes. The middle part of the old carriage is reserved for the small band — a duo or trio playing while the tram roams the streets of Rome. When it stops in front of the Colosseum, the setting is one of the most dramatic any musician (or music fan) could ask for.