La Dolce Vita Movie Tour, Rome back to the 60’s

Rome, Italy

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icon2 hours 30 minutes  (Approx.)
Mobile ticket
iconOffered in: English
Overview

Live ‘La Dolce Vita’ in Rome on a 1960s-themed tour of the city including the locations featured in Federico Fellini’s classic film. Stroll down chic Via Vittorio Veneto — once a hot spot for the Hollywood jet set — see Fellini’s former neighborhood, and soak up the Baroque splendor of Piazza di Spagna. Finally, make a wish in the Trevi Fountain, famously memorialized in ‘La Dolce Vita’ and other films.
  • Explore the Rome of Audrey Hepburn and Federico Fellini on a 1960s-style tour
  • See the popular hangouts of celebrities and intellectuals of the era
  • Visit the Trevi Fountain and other locations featured in the film 'La Dolce Vita'
  • Fun and fashionable way to learn about Rome in the 20th century

Local guide
Professional guide
Private tour
Food and drinks
Gratuities
Transportation to/from attractions

Departure Point

Via Vittorio Veneto, 196, 00187 Roma RM, Italy

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Itinerary
Stop At:  
Trevi Fountain
Starting from Porta Pinciana and crossing the Aurelian arcades of the III century dc you will arrive on the path of the Dolce Vita, elegant and refined Via Vittorio Veneto, the upper middle class, built on the park and the Villa Ludovisi. It has been meeting point for intellectuals and celebrities of the night Rome of the years 50s and 60s. For almost 25 years it was the "Hollywood on the Tiber" for the presence of actors and actresses of the world jet set. Walking through the streets you’ll find luxurious hotels, trendy boutiques and classic cafés, where you still seem to see sitting at a table, Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni. From there move to via Margutta, the street of painters where Maestro Fellini lived, and then to Piazza di Spagna, with the Fontana della Barcaccia by Bernini (1600s) and of the elegant staircase by De Santis –Specchi (1700s)! After a few steps, hear the sound of the water announcing the most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Recall the historical image of La Dolce Vita masterpiece with the beautiful Anita Ekberg, who with a long black dress plunges into the fountain's waters, calling Marcello Mastroianni in a soothing voice. Marcello "come here ...... hurry up ". And you, what are you waiting for? 
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Fontana della Barcaccia
Starting from Porta Pinciana and crossing the Aurelian arcades of the III century dc you will arrive on the path of the Dolce Vita, elegant and refined Via Vittorio Veneto, the upper middle class, built on the park and the Villa Ludovisi. It has been meeting point for intellectuals and celebrities of the night Rome of the years 50s and 60s. For almost 25 years it was the "Hollywood on the Tiber" for the presence of actors and actresses of the world jet set. Walking through the streets you’ll find luxurious hotels, trendy boutiques and classic cafés, where you still seem to see sitting at a table, Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni. From there move to via Margutta, the street of painters where Maestro Fellini lived, and then to Piazza di Spagna, with the Fontana della Barcaccia by Bernini (1600s) and of the elegant staircase by De Santis –Specchi (1700s)! After a few steps, hear the sound of the water announcing the most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Recall the historical image of La Dolce Vita masterpiece with the beautiful Anita Ekberg, who with a long black dress plunges into the fountain's waters, calling Marcello Mastroianni in a soothing voice. Marcello "come here ...... hurry up ". And you, what are you waiting for? 
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Spanish Steps
Starting from Porta Pinciana and crossing the Aurelian arcades of the III century dc you will arrive on the path of the Dolce Vita, elegant and refined Via Vittorio Veneto, the upper middle class, built on the park and the Villa Ludovisi. It has been meeting point for intellectuals and celebrities of the night Rome of the years 50s and 60s. For almost 25 years it was the "Hollywood on the Tiber" for the presence of actors and actresses of the world jet set. Walking through the streets you’ll find luxurious hotels, trendy boutiques and classic cafés, where you still seem to see sitting at a table, Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni. From there move to via Margutta, the street of painters where Maestro Fellini lived, and then to Piazza di Spagna, with the Fontana della Barcaccia by Bernini (1600s) and of the elegant staircase by De Santis –Specchi (1700s)! After a few steps, hear the sound of the water announcing the most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Recall the historical image of La Dolce Vita masterpiece with the beautiful Anita Ekberg, who with a long black dress plunges into the fountain's waters, calling Marcello Mastroianni in a soothing voice. Marcello "come here ...... hurry up ". And you, what are you waiting for? 
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Via Veneto
Starting from Porta Pinciana and crossing the Aurelian arcades of the III century dc you will arrive on the path of the Dolce Vita, elegant and refined Via Vittorio Veneto, the upper middle class, built on the park and the Villa Ludovisi. It has been meeting point for intellectuals and celebrities of the night Rome of the years 50s and 60s. For almost 25 years it was the "Hollywood on the Tiber" for the presence of actors and actresses of the world jet set. Walking through the streets you’ll find luxurious hotels, trendy boutiques and classic cafés, where you still seem to see sitting at a table, Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni. From there move to via Margutta, the street of painters where Maestro Fellini lived, and then to Piazza di Spagna, with the Fontana della Barcaccia by Bernini (1600s) and of the elegant staircase by De Santis –Specchi (1700s)! After a few steps, hear the sound of the water announcing the most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Recall the historical image of La Dolce Vita masterpiece with the beautiful Anita Ekberg, who with a long black dress plunges into the fountain's waters, calling Marcello Mastroianni in a soothing voice. Marcello "come here ...... hurry up ". And you, what are you waiting for? 
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Piazza di Spagna
Starting from Porta Pinciana and crossing the Aurelian arcades of the III century dc you will arrive on the path of the Dolce Vita, elegant and refined Via Vittorio Veneto, the upper middle class, built on the park and the Villa Ludovisi. It has been meeting point for intellectuals and celebrities of the night Rome of the years 50s and 60s. For almost 25 years it was the "Hollywood on the Tiber" for the presence of actors and actresses of the world jet set. Walking through the streets you’ll find luxurious hotels, trendy boutiques and classic cafés, where you still seem to see sitting at a table, Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni. From there move to via Margutta, the street of painters where Maestro Fellini lived, and then to Piazza di Spagna, with the Fontana della Barcaccia by Bernini (1600s) and of the elegant staircase by De Santis –Specchi (1700s)! After a few steps, hear the sound of the water announcing the most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Recall the historical image of La Dolce Vita masterpiece with the beautiful Anita Ekberg, who with a long black dress plunges into the fountain's waters, calling Marcello Mastroianni in a soothing voice. Marcello "come here ...... hurry up ". And you, what are you waiting for? 
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Porta Pinciana
Starting from Porta Pinciana and crossing the Aurelian arcades of the III century dc you will arrive on the path of the Dolce Vita, elegant and refined Via Vittorio Veneto, the upper middle class, built on the park and the Villa Ludovisi. It has been meeting point for intellectuals and celebrities of the night Rome of the years 50s and 60s. For almost 25 years it was the "Hollywood on the Tiber" for the presence of actors and actresses of the world jet set. Walking through the streets you’ll find luxurious hotels, trendy boutiques and classic cafés, where you still seem to see sitting at a table, Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni. From there move to via Margutta, the street of painters where Maestro Fellini lived, and then to Piazza di Spagna, with the Fontana della Barcaccia by Bernini (1600s) and of the elegant staircase by De Santis –Specchi (1700s)! After a few steps, hear the sound of the water announcing the most famous fountain in Rome: Fontana di Trevi. Recall the historical image of La Dolce Vita masterpiece with the beautiful Anita Ekberg, who with a long black dress plunges into the fountain's waters, calling Marcello Mastroianni in a soothing voice. Marcello "come here ...... hurry up ". And you, what are you waiting for? 
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

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