Movie Tour – La Dolce Vita Tour – Rome
“Even the most miserable life is better than a sheltered existence in an organized society where everything is calculated and perfected.” –
Sylvia: “Marcello, come here!”
A brand new tour for the hopeless romantics and cinephiles, following the two lovers Marcello (Marcello Mastroianni) and Sylvia (Anita Ekberg) inside the Eternal City: Rome. ...
Some scenes were shot at Cinecittà Studios, including various nightclubs and the ruins of two colossal ancient aqueducts (Parco degli Acquedotti). The tour includes a visit to the Giustiniani-Odescalchi castle of Bassano Romano, where a large sections of the film were shot. Obviously you’ll be able to see the Baroque Trevi’s Fountain, in which the most famous, screenshot moment of the movie was shot: Ekberg is seen to wade into fountain in a ballgown, splashing around as Mastroianni watches in astonishment. He then joins her, and there we have one of the most romantic moments in film history.
Then there will be a visit in Passoscuro, Fregene, situated on the Italian coast, just north of Rome, where Mastroianni waves goodbye and a fish is pulled out of the sea. Another location is the famous café “Harry’s Bar” on Via Veneto, which was the go-to place for celebrities and artists during Fellini’s golden age (frequented by Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, Marlon Brando and many other actors).
Highlights and what's included
- Accessible: Visit Accessible website
- Duration: Half Day
- Places of interest: Rome
- Cinecittà Studios
- Parco degli Acquedotti
- Giustiniani-Odescalchi castle
- Trevi’s Fountain
- “Harry’s Bar” on Via Veneto
- Exclusivity: All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
- Languages: All languages available on request