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Cinema Tour: Rome’s famous film locations

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Cinema Tour: Rome’s famous film locations

From: 45,00

DURATION: 2.5/3 hours

TIME: 5pm

FREQUENCY: Thursday and Saturday

LANGUAGES: English, Spanish

MEETING POINT: Piazza del Colosseo, 1 (4.45pm)

 

*please note only €9 per adult and €5 per child will be paid now, the remaining payment of €36 per adult and €20 per child must be made on the day of the cinema tour.

 

Follow the footsteps of famous actors and discover the Eternal City as a movie set. The picturesque streets and theatrical monuments of The Eternal City are often described as a living movie set – no wonder filmmakers from all over the world have been choosing Rome as a scenario to both Hollywood blockbusters and small independent films for centuries. From Angels and Demons to La Dolce Vita, from La Grande Bellezza to Roman Holiday, from Eat, Pray and Love to To Rome With Love, prepare to be taken on a cinematic trip around Rome’s most famous film locations.

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Description

HIGHLIGHTS

Cinema Tour of Rome Highlights

  • 2.5/3-hour tour of Rome’s famous film locations: Colosseum, Mouth of Truth, Trastevere, Vatican area, Castel St. Angelo, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain and Via Veneto
  • Semi-private group (maximum 8 people)
  • This is a gay friendly tour
  • English speaking guide
  • Ice-cream included
  • Pet-friendly

Inclusions

  • English speaking guide
  • Ice-cream included

Exclusions

  • Optional gratuities
PLEASE NOTE
  • Please note groups are of a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 8.
  • Payment: please note only €9 per adult and €5 per kid will be paid now, the remaining payment of €36 per adult and €20 per kid (under 18 years) must be made on the day of the cinema tour.
  • Adults: €45 total (18 years and up) (€9 to be paid now, remaining on day of tour)
  • Children: €25 total (from 6 to 17 years of age) (€5 to be paid now, remaining on day of tour)
  • Free: children under 6 years
CANCELLATION POLICY:
  • Full refund when the cancellation occurs 7 days before the cooking class
  • 20% refund for a cancellation that occurs after that 
  • no refund in case of same day cancellation or no shows
 

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TOUR ITINERARY

Follow the footsteps of famous actors and discover The Eternal City as a movies' frame. The picturesque streets and theatrical monuments of The Eternal City are often described as a living movie set, so it is no wonder that filmmakers from all over the world have for many years been choosing Rome as a scenario to both Hollywood blockbusters and small independent films. Throughout the locations in The Eternal City you will discover the unforgettable charm of one of the most widely represented cities on the silver screen. From Angels and Demons to La Dolce Vita, from La Grande Bellezza to Roman Holiday... The cinema adventure will begin with Jep's fabulous penthouse offering a stunning view of the Colosseum, one of the main locations of Sorrentino's La Grande Bellezza, academy award-winner for best foreign language film of 2013. From there we will jump to 1953; the year of Roman Holiday, starring Audrey Hepburn & Gregory Peck. We will pass by Bocca della Verità (The Mouth of Truth), where some of the most famous scenes took place. Crossing the bridge the adventure will take place in Trastevere, in which numerous scenes from Woody Allen's To Rome with Love were filmed. Dan Brown's novel Angels and Demons was adapted into a Hollywood blockbuster and yes... It takes place in Rome as well. The story centers around the Vatican and St. Angelo Castle. From there we will wander the streets close to Piazza Navona, like Julia Roberts did in Eat, Pray, Love. A quick gelato stop close to The Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone and... We continue with La Dolce Vita. Anita Ekberg inside The Trevi Fountain is possibly the most iconic among all roman movie scenes. The tour’s conclusion takes us to Via Veneto, the glitzy and glamorous bellini's location as well as one of the opening scenes of La Grande Bellezza, featuring Terrazzo Martini.