Still you can see Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. depending on the time only (the middle of the night or in the morning), their location changes. In the project are monitoring recommendations for the pre-dawn hours.
See the parade of planets is easy. Behind the landmark take the moon - it immediately you will find in the sky. To her right, at an average distance will be a bright spot. It - Jupiter.
Then visually draw a straight line from Jupiter to the Moon and beyond. To the left of the moon at a short distance to see another point. It will not be as bright as Jupiter. It - Mars. Follow the line more to the left, at a distance about equal to the distance between the moon and Jupiter, Saturn will. (As usual asterisk).
Jupiter, the Moon, Mars and Saturn will be in the central part of the sky, and only high-rise buildings can hinder you. These celestial objects can be observed throughout most of the night.
With Venus and Mercury harder. These planets will be visible just before dawn, very low on the horizon.