Best Movie Sets - A Walk Through The Italian Cinema

  • Explore the streets and spots where famous movies were shot in Rome with a local author for TV and Cinema. This is a tour through the history of Italian Cinema.

  • Duration icon3.5 H
    Participants icon1 - 10
    Offered in English, Italian
  • Best Movie Sets - A Walk Through The Italian Cinema

  • Explore the streets and spots where famous movies were shot in Rome with a local author for TV and Cinema. This is a tour through the history of Italian Cinema.

  • Duration icon3.5 H
    Participants icon1 - 10
    Offered in English, Italian
  • Offered in English, Italian
  • Meet your host, Chiara T
    Photo of Chiara T

    I am Chiara, 32, I am living in the Pigneto area where I am a freelance author for tv and cinema. I speak very good English and I love to meet new people from all over the world. I will be pleased to guide my travelers through Rome, starting from my area, also one of the best place to eat something and enjoy a good drink and a concert. I would love to tell my hosts some stories about the history of Italian cinema that was shot in the street of the city. We will discover together the location of famous films (like La Dolce Vita and Vacanze Romane, for ex.) and the curiosities about actors and directors.

  • What you will see and do

    We will discover the best spots of famous films shot in the city. We will start from the historical center, where we will walk through the footprints of Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, we will recall the mysteries of the Vatican like in Angels and Demons, we will discover the ancient palaces, the villas and the squares in which Toni Servillo hanging around the Oscar-winning film The Great Beauty, and many others.
    The walk will end in the Pigneto area, recommended in The New York Times as "the enclave of cool", an area full of traditional and experimental restaurants, cool drinks, clubs, galleries and vintage shop, that was originally a slum in which the poet and director Pier Paolo Pasolini shot most of his masterpiece.

  • Included iconWhat's included

    The guiding tour and tips about food, drinks and historical curiosities. We can choose to take the subway or a bus (fee 1,50 euro).
  • Not included iconWhat's not included

    The entrance fee (we can choose a palace/museum in which the ticket costs among 5 to 10 euros.) We can choose to take the subway or a bus for the commuting (fee 1,50 euro).
  • Policy iconCancellation policy

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