Cinecittà Shows Off

31 January 2024

Guided Tours of Ancient Rome

In January and February, the set of Ancient Rome can be visited the weekends. Cinecittà Shows Off continues to offer visitors the opportunity to visit the set built in 2004 for the TV series Rome and later used for other important international and domestic productions.

In January and February, the set of Ancient Rome can be visited the weekends. Cinecittà Shows Off continues to offer visitors the opportunity to visit the set built in 2004 for the TV series Rome and later used for other important international and domestic productions.
The area of the Forum, symbol of Republican and Imperial Rome, offers the chance to admire some of the key buildings in political, civic and religious life in Ancient Rome including the Basilica Julia, Curia, the Republican Rostra, the Temple of Venus.
Discover the design and artisanal work that goes into the making of a set and experience the elements of cinema fiction first hand with a guided tour of the set, available only with a guide from the Educational Department.

Information
Ancient Rome can only be visited with a guide from the Educational Department.
Please book at visit@cinecitta.it

January and February 2024
Guided tours of the set of Ancient Rome for individuals

Saturday 13 January
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 3.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 14 January
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 3.00 p.m. Italian

Saturday 20 January
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 3.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 21 January
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 3.00 p.m. Italian

Saturday 27 January
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. French
– 3.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 28 January
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. English
– 3.00 p.m. Italian

Saturday 3 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. French
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 4 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Saturday 10 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. French
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 11 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Saturday 17 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. French
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 18 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Saturday 24 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. French
– 15.00 p.m. Italian

Sunday 25 February
– 10.30 a.m. Italian
– 11.30 a.m. English
– 15.00 p.m. Italian


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