Cinecittà Shows Off Exhibition In Rome

Posted 11.04.2014 by Leigh

Venue: Cinecittà Studios, Via Tuscolana 1055, 00173 Rome, Italy.

Cinecittà (English: Cinema City) are the large film studios in Rome that were founded by Benito Mussolini in 1937. It is considered to be the home of Italian Cinema and many of the country's most successful and well-known films have been produced there, such as La Dolce Vita and Satyricon. The Cinecittà Shows Off Exhibition is a collection of permanent and temporary exhibitions which shows the fascinating background and history of these world-famous filming studios. The studios are located outside (south-east) of the city centre, but there is a dedicated metro station (Cinecittà - metro line A/red).

Opening Times:
Monday to Sunday 9:30am - 6:30pm (closed Tuesdays)

Guided Tours:
10:00am (In Italian)
11:30am (in Italian and English)
1:00pm (in Italian)
2:30pm (in Italian)
4:00pm (in Italian and English)
5:30pm (in Italian)

See website for details

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