Thought some of the open places would be special in the night but I have never seen such huge queues anywhere, and Rome has some good ones.
The only place we found no queue was the Pantheon which I suppose is always free and doesn`t have the novelty of the rarely opened places.
Guess you have to choose your site and be prepared to spend an hour or two waiting to get in.
Doubt I`ll be here again when it`s on but I wonder if anyone has some hints for a more succesful night than we had.
The Farnese Palace queue was round the square and halfway across the Campo and it wan`t moving very fast and the Capitoline was moving fast but was all the way round the square.