A tour to discover a Rome in black and white, crossroad of the international jet set and home of the joy of life that accompanied the “economic boom”, chasing on a “Vespa” the myth of the fabulous 60's, between the flashes of “paparazzi”, the screaming fans, the endless nights of the stars between a bar and a night club, the sunbathing on the banks of the Tiber ... an experience to try!
Tour and Visits
Squares and Fountains of Rome:
There's no square in Rome, without a fountain!
You will admire the majestic Trevi Fountain, immortalized in the famous scene of the magic bath at night of Anita Ekberg and Marcello Mastroianni in "La Dolce Vita" by Federico Fellini.
You'll be amazed by the harmony and elegance of the Spanish Steps, with its magnificent staircase, now scenario of major fashion shows.
Visit of the Cinecittà Studios:
You will visit the historic Cinecittà Studios, which hosted over the years a lot of major film directors: Federico Fellini, Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Luchino Visconti ... The boom began in the '50s with the American productions that made the "Hollywood on Tiber" their set preferred. The constant parade of directors, actors and actress, encouraged the birth of the myth of the "dolce vita” (sweet life): parties, stardom, intrusive photographers (the "paparazzi"), night club ...
Cinecittà in those years became a legend that still exudes the charm ...
Cruise along the Tiber on boat:
A look of Rome and its bridges from the "golden " Tiber, which in the '50s and '60s was an integral part of the city: there were numerous beaches on stilts or barges, areas for swimming, restaurants with terraces to eat and dance... now this myth reborn with the “Roman summer”, when the banks of the Tiber host cultural events, markets, restaurants ... life flows back along the river!
Lose the orientation between the narrow lanes of Rome driving a Vespa, one of the most famous symbols of Made in Italy! on a Vespa you can cross the alleys and streets of the old town, easily stopping to admire his amazing views. Many films have immortalized the image of a Vespa that crosses the city. Remember the scene in “Roman Holiday”, in which Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck run through the center of Rome? You will have the opportunity to feel the same joy and repeat the experience, enjoying the eternal city by a new visual ...
Cineclub Azzurro Scipioni:
This small cinema, attended by experts and intellectuals, is entirely dedicated to art films, both current and vintage (often in the original language). The structure is a little gem featured by a movie-inspired decor. For an original evening with pathos.
Aperitif in an elegant and historical wine bar with wine tasting and fine dining in a “retrò” setting
Dinner in a historic restaurant in the center of Rome, very famed since the “Dolce Vita” years (as evidenced by the hundreds of photos of celebrities, that have eaten here)
Lunch in the most renowned Café of the Dolce Vita Street: Via Veneto.
Dinner in a restaurant in the heart of Trastevere, with a setting from the 60’s inspired by the “Dolce Vita” movie
Dinner on the Fregene beach at candlelight: it is here that was shot the mysterious and enigmatic final scene of the film "La Dolce Vita ".
Dinner on a vintage tram: an unique experience to enjoy the lights and shadows of Rome by night in a charming vintage tram, transformed into a restaurant on the move ...