The only way to watch the Italian-French Euro 2012 final is to get a good night’s sleep.

The Italians have an extra hour to kill with a 4-0 win over France in Paris on Sunday.

That means you can start watching the Euro 2016 final in time to watch all of the action from a bar or nightclub in the city centre.

The night will be played out on a 4×4, with the teams playing in a three-way semi-final.

The first leg will kick off at 4pm, followed by the second at 7pm, and the final at 12pm.

The match is scheduled to kick off in the centre of the city.

If you want to see the Italians take on France, the most convenient place to watch is the Louvre in the center of Paris, a 1,600-year-old structure built by the Romans for the purpose of showing them the way.

The Louvre is open to the public and will be a great place to catch the game.

But if you want something a little more intimate, the Palais des Festivals is also open to everyone, and is a great spot to watch a ball game or a dance.

In the afternoon, you can also take a stroll through the park, where you can find many live performances, and enjoy a beer or two.