Rome & Cinema
Rome is not only the capital of Italy, but also a hub of cultural and historical artefacts, it is an immense, monumental set used and often reconstructed in the studios of Cinecittà by great Italian and international directors: Rossellini, De Sica, Pasolini, Fellini, Manckiewicz, Wyler, Greenaway. For the ultimate film lover, a visit to Cinecittà Studios will revive the historic sets of “Ben Hur,” “Cleopatra”.
Rome’s secrets on the ‘Angels and Demons’ morning tour, inspired by the novel by Dan Brown. You’ll live an incredible journey into the heart of the Eternal City to decode the secret messages of the Illuminati.
- St. Maria del Popolo Church
- St. Peter’s Square
- St. Maria della Vittoria Church
- Piazza Navona
- Castel Sant’Angelo
- “Il Passetto” (from outside)
Relive magical moments while crossing squares, streets, and iconic locations often seen in your favorite films such “Angels and Demons,” “Eat Pray Love,” and “Gangs of New York.” Thinking about the city of Rome in cinema, it is impossible not to recall the image of Anita Ekberg who bathes with Marcello Mastroianni in the “pagan” waters of the Trevi Fountain in ” La Dolce Vita “, “Roman Holiday”, one of the most famous movies of all time, where the city itself is a real character. “Roman Holiday” has the merit of showing a charming and fashionable Rome, making it famous all around the world.
The legendary Cinecittà is the birthplace of thousands of international and Italian feature films, including many Academy Award winners. Today, a diverse slate of productions – from television drama to music videos – are shot on our lot. For the ultimate film lover, a visit to Cinecittà Studios will revive the historic sets of “Ben Hur,” “Cleopatra” and films from the famous Italian Director Federico Fellini, Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica and Luchino Visconti.
- Studios Tour
- Postproduction Tour