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Rome: Cinecittà World Entrance Ticket

1. Rome: Cinecittà World Entrance Ticket

Visit Cinecittà World, the new cinema and TV amusement park in Rome. In the park you'll find a total of 40 attractions, 6 shows per day and 7 themed areas: Cinecittà World, Ancient Rome, Spaceland, the Far West, Adventureland, the Sognolabio water area and the new Il Regno del Ghiaccio zone.  Tackle the 6 rides of the park, including Altair, the roller coaster with 10 loops and Aktium, the water roller coaster. Journey through the dinosaur forest, the house of horrors, and the mega playground Giocarena. You can even experience the first swimming pool with a cinema screen in a theme park. Cinecittà World also hosts films and TV productions, where the public can watch or participate. There are also film previews and numerous special events.

Rome: A Night at the Opera - Baths of Caracalla

2. Rome: A Night at the Opera - Baths of Caracalla

Spend an unforgettable evening at the opera at the Baths of Caracalla open-air-theatre. Experience a classic night of music in front of breathtaking ruins from 216 A.D. Dress up to the nines or come as you are for a classy yet laid-back night at the opera. Grab a drink from the bar and settle into your seat as the acclaimed Rome Opera perform from their famous repertoire. Marvel at the incredible backdrop of ruins behind a stage where the Three Tenors gave their famous 1990 concert. Explore the historic site during intermissions, and take in the atmosphere and history. Spend a memorable and classy evening under the stars, enjoying world-class music at one of Rome's most celebrated sites.

Rome: A Night At The Opera Experience

3. Rome: A Night At The Opera Experience

Choose your Opera experience in Rome with this fully flexible open ticket. Enjoy a wonderful evening listening to the masterpieces of Vivaldi, a fascinating mix of opera arias taken from La Traviata, il Barbiere di Siviglia, Rigoletto and experience the characteristic Neapolitan songs whilst seated in different fantastic and innovative locations which include cathedrals, museums, and Roman Ruins. Monday – Vivaldi & Bach at St Paul’s Cathedral within the Wall Tuesday – History of Rome in the ruins of Navona Underground Wednesday - The Three Tenors at St Paul’s Cathedral within the Wall Thursday – Opera at night at Leonardo da Vinci Experience Museum Friday – Movies in Concert at Valdese Church Saturday - The Three Tenors at Waldensian Church Sunday - Opera Arias Valdese Church

Art Nouveau Rome: Villa Torlonia & Coppedé Private Tour

4. Art Nouveau Rome: Villa Torlonia & Coppedé Private Tour

Enjoy a half-day private tour of Villa Torlonia, just 10 minutes by taxi from Rome city center, and discover an early 19th century house, built for a rich banking family ennobled by the pope a century earlier. Your guide will tell you the villa’s history, including when it became the home of Mussolini in the 1930s. The separate bedrooms he and his wife Rachele used are on the upper floor of the Villino Nobile, although the original furniture has gone. The basement also provided access to 2 bunkers that Mussolini built, one as a bomb shelter and the other as a gas shelter. Marvel at the extravagant House of the Owls, former residence of Prince Giovanni Torlonia the Younger until his death in 1938. Set at the edge of the park in a discrete location, the house was intended as a refuge from the formality of the main residence. Its architecture is the result of a series of transformations and additions planned by different architects with artisanal or industrial materials. Learn about the rich decorations of the 2 internal levels, finished with artistic sculptures and furniture with pictorial effects. See some of the best examples of local stained glass and inlaid wood sourced from the local workshops of Rome. Next, explore the Coppedé neighborhood and discover one of the best residential areas in Rome. As you walk, your guide will point out the fantastic Art Nouveau architecture designed by Gino Coppedé, and more.

Rome: Colosseum and Ancient Rome Multimedia Video

5. Rome: Colosseum and Ancient Rome Multimedia Video

In the heart of Rome and just off the Roman Forum, enjoy the opportunity to immerse yourself in ancient Roman times with this officially approved 25-minute long video. See the before and after effect of all of the best sites in Rome including the Colosseum and Underground, Pantheon, Circus Maximum and the Vatican area. If you are planning to enjoy a tour of the Colosseum, this is the perfect pre-tour experience as it allows you to appreciate the previous splendor of the ruins.  Upgrade your ticket with a guided tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum or hosted entry to the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Receive 10% off when you purchase this activity. Ask the staff at check-in.

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 9 reviews

Excellent evening in a wonderful setting. We attended a performance of La Bohème by Puccini. To help understanding, two screens display the lyrics in the sung language and in English.

Video fantastique sur la Rome Antique! Il était génial admirer les différentes monuments de Rome comment étaient dans l’antiquité. Personnel très amabile et sympatique!

The experience was very good but at the beginning we had to complain because they gave us a ticket that did not correspond to the amount paid.

el video fue muy interesante, nos mostró cómo era el Coliseo cuando se construyó y todos los demás monumentos en Roma. Nos encantó

The opera was in a splendide décor, first time i can experience that. The voices, the spécials effects