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Cinecitta World, Rome

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  • We were at the park last year on the occasion of a birthday party. The kids had a great day and we parents a nice relaxing day. The Park is small but very nice and well structured. The staff are helpful and polite. There is a great for the kids, then a playground within a theatre which alone is worth the visit to the Park, then shows and the great fountain with many water features, also great to cool off when the heat is oppressive (certainly more hygienic swimming, but equally captivating for adults and children) this year we bought season tickets for the entire season for € 39 per person. Children (6 and 10 years) are thrilled at the idea of being able to return whenever they wish and we parents ... even!!!
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  • The idea to dedicate an amusement park in the world of cinema is interesting. The ticket price should be slightly lowered. The Park is not great, but worth a quick visit. Several things were impressed. It was nice visiting going submarine Eagle IV, a filming location for the movie "U-571". Altair is the most exciting roller coaster I've ever tried in my life. Free fall Tower, 54 meters high, is an experience that I recommend to only the bravest.
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  • The film Museum gives a very nice overview of the long history of the Italian cinema, where there are some movies that are likely to be rather little known outside Italy. On the site, some props are exhibited, is a very good idea. The cafeteria has a very clear offer. Accessibility Metro is excellent!
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  • Movie themed park. Pros: not chaotic, nice attractions, rather close to Rome town, there is a mall nearby; Cons: few attractions for adults. If you are not with children, you may need only half a day to visit and try the whole park; Tips: if you go in the afternoon or if you use "payback card", the entrance ticket will cost 50% less.
  • We had great time! Darkmare and Aktium are the best attractions. Just take your gf or bf and I am sure you will have great time. We went there during the week so there were hardly any queues which was f*** awesome!
  • Great place to spend the day with the kids. Not too big,
  • It has everything: attractions for children and adults up to the extremes (Darkmare). Live shows involving visitors from the entrance in cinematic style. The guys who work in the animation are real actors, very talented and engaging. Dawson Creek, old west, the show is on the road between viewers. In addition, while in other parks uses the entire day to figure out the logic of the routes and remember where are the attractions (in the end, always with a sense of having missed something) everything is evenly distributed and easy to store. Attractions and shows, finally, match the magic of cinema. In practice, if the owners invest and grow, this becomes top parks in Europe
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  • A park that really deserves! Despite not having many things definitely has an edge over near Rainbow. The sets are well done and all the Cast Members are very kind and helpful! Almost all attractions have hours of operation, but it's not a big deal. One nice thing is the interaction of CM with guests in sightseeing. (They say "engine, lights, camera," and us guests we must say "action"). From Roma Termini station leaves at 9:30 (but may be earlier) the shuttle which brings you to the Park, at a cost of € 12. Go there it's worth it!
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