ROME Movie Sets

ROME Movie Sets
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The tour in a nutshell
Duration 4 hours
Distance 32 km
Includes Guide and rider, Vespa, helmet, helmet liner, espresso coffee, insurance
Price From 120 euro per person
Departure Every day at 9:30am
Meeting point Via del Viminale 5 (Underground B-A Termini station)
Languages English, Italian (other languages on request: German/French/Spanish)
Children Accepted as long as they are tall enough to touch the footpeg of the Vespa with their feet.
Their parents are responsible for them and the children pay full price.
OPTION:
With guide but without rider
If you’re an expert scooter rider, and you’re confident that you can ride for several hours, successfully negotiating dangerous junctions, then you won’t need someone else to ride for you. If you choose this option, you must not under any circumstances drink any alcohol before or during the tour.
The price stays the same as it would be if you had a rider, but you are liable for insurance purposes for any damage to other vehicles (third-party insurance). For this reason, we will need a copy of your license, and we’ll also need your credit card details as a guarantee on the Vespa you’ll be riding.
OPTION:
With guide, without rider, carrying a passenger
If you’re an expert scooter rider, and you’re confident that you can ride for several hours, successfully negotiating dangerous junctions, you can ride the scooter yourself and carry a passenger behind you. If you choose this option, you must not under any circumstances drink any alcohol before or during the tour. You are liable for insurance purposes for any damage to other vehicles (third-party insurance), but your passenger is 100% covered. For this reason, we will need a copy of your license, and we’ll also need your credit card details as a guarantee on the Vespa you’ll be riding.
What you will see
  • Via Veneto
  • Piazza del Popolo
  • Ponte Sant'Angelo
  • Castel Sant'Angelo
  • Aventino
  • Piazza Cavalieri di Malta
  • Circo di Massenzio
  • Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella
  • Via Appia Antica
  • Colosseo
  • Le mura Aureliane
  • Colonna di Marco Aurelio
  • Colonna Traiana
  • Piazza Navona
  • Pantheon
  • Fontana di Trevi
How it works
  • You have to book at least 24 hours before the start of the tour.
  • You can cancel the booking up to 48 hours before the start date of the tour; if you respect this condition, the amount you have already paid shall be reimbursed.
  • The tours are always available in English; you can request a guide in another language by writing well in advance to tour@bicibaci.com.
  • The tour is guaranteed to go ahead even in the event of bad weather. As they say, there’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing.
Maybe you're a great fan of cinema, or perhaps you’re just yearning to visit in person the places immortalised in the famous Rome-set films of the 1950s and ‘60s. Or maybe you’ve heard about the visits paid by Di Caprio and Scorsese to the city’s film studios, which were also used recently to film the US series Rome.
In any case, this tour will take you to the places where Roman Holiday, Angels & Demons, Ben Hur, Pasolini’s Mamma Roma, Fellini’s La Dolce Vita and many other cult films were shot.
We set off from the centre of town, in one of the city’s most stunning streets, where journalist Gregory Peck heads out in search of a scoop and ends up falling in love with Audrey Hepburn’s sensational princess. We’ll then make our way to the squares and churches where Tom Hanks races against time to uncover the mystery of the deaths of bishops and the new illuminati, we’ll see the squares that take centre stage in The Borgias, and we’ll visit the places featured in Eat Pray Love starring Julia Roberts, not to mention those made famous by Italian directors such as Vittorio De Sica, Federico Fellini and Michelangelo Antonioni.
As we travel along the Appian Way (Via Appia Antica), you’ll recognise the sets used in Ben Hur, as well as those used in all the films portraying the lives and martyrdom of the saints in Rome during the early years of Christianity.
On the way back towards the city centre, we’ll pass through all manner of evocative places that famously appeared in the films of Italian director (and poet) Pier Paolo Pasolini, who left an indelible mark on all of his compatriots and created the most iconic images of diva Anna Magnani.
Upgrades
If you want to organise a tour with a customised itinerary, write to tour@bicibaci.com.
We can organise a private tour with a guide in your language, using your preferred means of transport, including vintage Vespas or cars.
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