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The huge success of "Cinecitta Shows Off" confirmed his values and convinced the studios to proceed the project which grows up and gets new: more spaces dedicated to sceneries, completely new the part of the costumes and some accessories exposed in...more
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This is an absolute gem. Went there with my wife and 8 year old daughter today. Easy access to the Metro Line A stop of the same name. 15 euro per adult and half that for a child for an English guided tour of the...More
We enjoyed every single moment. Played at the sound room, pst production room,the submarine and then at the tour we visited Jerusalem and Rome set. Unfortunately the Firenze set is under restoration.We had a coffee later at the cafe and it was really cheap. Don...More
As a child, growing up in NYC, I would see films from Cinecitta - incredibly vibrant productions so different from the standard predictable Hollywood films. These films were emotional, beautifully produced with famous actors and created by wonderful producers. My daughter and I went to...More
The home of spaghetti westerns and a lot of other cool films that you may not have known were made there. Also the place where Fellini made all of his films in sound stage 5. It is still a working studio. On our tour we...More
If you are looking for something to do that is (somewhat0 off the beaten track, and if you love film, this is a place to go. You can wander around some of the area on your own, but to really enjoy your visit, go on...More
You could spend a couple of days here enjoying the multi-media exhibits spread across 2 buildings -- including the inside of a submarine used as a movie set. There's video from many many movies, a visual history of movies made here, several rooms set up...More
Backstages and sets, this is the perfect tour for movie lovers! You'll be told about famous films and feel closer to the magical Fellini world. It lasts about an hour, then you have access to the cinecittà exhibition in building 1. There's also a souvenir...More
Cinecitta is nice when you are interested in the history and importance of Italian cinema. For the outside tour we had an English speaking Italian guide who knew a lot about the site but talked monotonously fast as if she was quoting something by heart....More
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Υου have to do the guided tour. Nobody is allowed to wander at the sets. You can just be free to wander on your own at the entrance museum about the history of cineciita through scenes of films,costumes, the submarine set... More
Υου have to do the guided tour. Nobody is allowed to wander at the sets. You can just be free to wander on your own at the entrance museum about the history of cineciita through scenes of films,costumes, the submarine set. At specific time there is guided tour in english
Hi! The tour covers the outside sets which are exposed to the sun unfortunately. The studios are not open to the public. There was a news the other day about a fire which destroyed a big area of cinecittà. (I can't attach... More
Hi! The tour covers the outside sets which are exposed to the sun unfortunately. The studios are not open to the public. There was a news the other day about a fire which destroyed a big area of cinecittà. (I can't attach the link. Please Google" Cinecittà incendio" and you'll see the article, dated 7th July).
I would recommend calling to check whether the site is accessible. Hope it helps.