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Visit the Cinecitta Studiosin Rome, Italy

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The largest Europian film studios, where the greatest Italian moovies were created. Visit it to feel yourself the part of it's history.
How to visit the Cinecitta Studios in Rome
The world cinematograph's history is connected with this studio from the 20th century's classic to contemporary masterpieces.

How to do?

1. Take a train to the Cinecitta station. Don't throw a way the metro-ticket: you will save €2 on the entrance with it.
2. Buy a ticket or the guide. Oddviser recommends you to choose the second one: with guide tour you will see more than with only entrance ticket.
3. See the dressing rooms, the director's rooms, touch the decorations and take photos in world famous interiors.
4. After it go to the studio caffe, where the cinema stars were having a rest.

Where to do?

#24Cinecitta in RomeCinecitta

Cinecitta Studios is a special place for every movie fan. The birthplace of Italian cinema and the place where worked great filmmakers.

Location: The studio\'s address is Via Tuscolana. It\'s located just in front of the metro station.
Open hours: from 9:30 am till 7:30 pm

When to do?

You will find the schedule of the guide tours on the official web-site of Cinecitta studios.

How much?

Entrance without tour costs €10, tour costs €20.

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