Cinecitta World
Cinecitta World
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11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Cinecitta World, Rome amusement Park. The ultimate movie to theme park experience in Italy Cinecitta, the oldest and biggest production studios in italy opens its door to welcome movie lovers from all-over the world. Visit the set, enjoy film based adventure, try the 40 rides, show and events.
Duration: More than 3 hours
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Just Travelling
Birzebbuga, Malta13 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
The park is one complete let down. Many of the rides were not functioning as they were supposed to. The ice slide was being supervised by only one attendant, the kids going down were keeping the float for themselves and go back up again not allowing others to get a go. The water bumping cars ride had only 2 out 5 water cars working. The firefighting ride needs a good refurbishment. The go cart ride has only 1 car functioning out of 10. The Christmas stalls had quite outdated things for sale and mostly not christmas related. Toilets were quite smelly and dirty. Overall not worth spending the money to visit the park.
Written 12 December 2023
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DelphineBlanchet
Limerick, Ireland1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
Run down. Not at all what is advertised on the website. Nothing to do or see. After 1 hour there we got out and bought tickets for the park next to it. The few animals there were kept in dirty condition. Do not recommend at all.
Written 5 November 2023
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Damian_Bailey
Andover, UK60 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Family
The park was very quiet on our visit with the longest queue being only around ten minutes. The rides are all very enjoyable with three or four bigger rides and lots of smaller but fun rides for younger kids.

Tickets are easy to buy online with transport leaving from Roma Termini in the morning and returning when the park closes. It’s very simple to book and very easy to find.

Although the website says not to bring food or drink into the park the security don’t check the bags that closely so it is a good idea to bring in a packed lunch to save some money. You should also familiarise yourself with ride opening times as some of the rides open later than park opening. If you want to eat in the park then meals can be added to your tickets which save you slightly on the cost.

The biggest ride in the park is Altair which is smooth, fun, thrilling and always has a short queue. Inferno was an amazing and well themed indoor coaster with some great elements. Aktium is a not-so-wet water ride but it was still great fun. Unfortunately Indiana, the drop tower was closed likely due to high winds that day but it was still an amazing day without.

Cinecitta World is also a great park for younger children with lots of smaller rides around the park like a teacups ride and some bumper cars to name a few. The park also has lots of shows on throughout the day such as a car show in the Adventureland area.

If you’re looking for something relaxing to fill in a day while visiting Rome then Cinecitta World is a great option for small queues and quality rides.
Written 30 October 2023
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Arbre_Sage
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg123 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Family
We visited this park as a break into our adventures and visits in the city of Roma. We booked all our tickets in advance through the website of the park. We were two adults and one kid aged 9 1/2.

Situation and how to get there

The park is outside of Roma. We went there using the park shuttle bus, which is priced 7 EUR per person per way - that's a lot, I think, but this was easier for us since we were not ready to rent a car. When you buy the shuttle tickets, you have to choose your time to go and to come back. Be careful with how this is explained on the website, as the times shown are when the shuttle leaves the departure point in Roma (morning), or at the park (evening) -- jot when it arrives at destination. The shuttle was a nice bus, so comfortable way to go.

Pricing

We bought a family ticket for three - this is 69 EUR. We added the VIP Pass (attractions + shows) for 2 people (+60 EUR) and a VIP pass for the "beach" (umbrella + deckchairs) for 1 (+40 EUR). So in total (+ the shuttle above) we landed at 211 EUR for the day, without on site expenses (e.g. food and drinks). That's a lot, and this is certainly overpriced.

The VIP passes (attractions + shows), especially, were useless because the park was almost empty so there was no queue. The park should refrain selling this pass to people from internet based on their best knowledge of park occupancy based on previous years figures ... Also, many staff members were not sure which way to go to cut the queues, and anyway, they were laughing at us, since there was no queue.

The VIP beach pass was also useless since this area was completely empty and, more, it was looking somehow abandoned.

Park

The park itself is rather small. As every other park, when you look at the map, you may think that it is huge, but this is far from the true. It is small ... Also, some sections of the park looks abandoned and dirty -- especially the Far West one (okay, the Far West was dirty but hey, that's not a reason to make it dirty nowadays).

Some attractions were closed - with no explanations. Many attractions were looking so old that we didn't dare to get on those. The major attractions were opened, and do the job.

The shows are completely useless - especially the 'motor' one with the police chasing the vilains. At a time we look for climate change, it is just a complete non sense. We have not seen the Far West one - we never found it. We declined the 'horror' one. The parade at the opening of the park is just made of a lot of noise, and a few people shouting while dancing.

Swimming pool area

The park had opened a new "beach" and "swimming" area - an aquatic park. There are two aquatic tubes, which are fun, but once you have done each of those twice, you know the song. The swimming pool itself is just ... a swimming pool - and probably you didn't come here for it ... The area is nice, except the VIP section which is completely left abandoned, and which we paid extra money for. So let's face it : this extra 40 EUR ticket was just a scam.

Restaurants

As in all parks, there are sometimes more restaurants than attractions ... food serviced was below average, but that's how the park makes money (at the top of the useless VIP passes).

Conclusion

If you are forced by your kids to give up a day of visit across Roma, and if you really don't have any other option ... try to find another option :-) ... and if you can't, well, too bad for you, you will have to go. You won't enjoy, I believe, as the park looks old, somehow abandoned, with very limited pleasure across. Our kid said that it was "very average" compared to other parks she went. I couldn't see stars in her eyes, she didn't enjoyed much. I think there are beter things to do in the Roma region than to spent money there.
Written 9 September 2023
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kimberley
Asheville, NC3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a wonderful experience, I suggest you to finish your visit to rome with this Parco , i am pretty sure the kids wouldn't have so much fun any other way.
I would recommend to everyone.
Written 14 July 2023
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luke r
Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK26 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Couples
After reading a lot of bad reviews we visited the park with some reservations.
I'm glad to say we were pleasently surprised. Many reviews state that the part is run down and tired looking however they must have done some work because it appeared to be in as God condition as many other parks we have visited. If you look closely you can see there are some tired set pieces but over all the aprk was clean and tidy and nothing stood out as being really run down.
The rides were good, the main coaster is on par with anything you would find in a mid size theme park in the Uk and the shows were a nice break. We would recommend the stunt show.
There are several VR rides which although are perhaps a generation behind cutting edge, they are still fun and clearly have the infrastructure there for future upgrades and improvements.
We visited in Sunday 2nd July and the park was half empty but still had a good number of people. The longest we waited to go on anything was around 10-15 mins for some of the VR rides that let through 30-70 people at a time for a 10 minute ride.
One word of advise would be that the public busses stop running shortly after the park closes and there were no taxi available through any apps. Make sure you have your transport home organised before you set off.
Written 2 July 2023
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David D
Rome, Italy1,305 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
I love this theme park and it has some fantastic thrill sealer rides, but it’s sad to see it in its current state. The theme park needs some serious maintenance and a fresh kick of paint. The grass is over grown and litter is lying around. When you come to a place like this, you want it to feel magical. Not run down and abandoned.
Written 29 June 2023
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Saphire38
Cork, Ireland183 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
We got a taxi from our hotel to the theme park and was really surprised there were no queues. Just be warned the park isn't on a direct bus route and we found it difficult to get a taxi back to the hotel. All in all the experience was good we paid €106 for 2 adults and 2 children to the theme park and aqua park. The aqua park is well laid out with pool and a separate area where you can get a donut float around a tranquil area. The main big slide was out of action but we had plenty to occupy ourselves, some area looked a little tired but we didn't have huge expectations and it was a welcome relief after touring Rome in the heat. Kids loved the pool and the rides at the theme park...no queues and can go on as many times as you want. We split the day in the water park and the theme park and had lunch in one of the restaurants, this like all theme parks is over priced and poor quality but a lot of families in the pool area had there own picnics.We loved the Dinosaurs experience and the museums. Its ok to pass away a few hours we were there all day between the two areas. The show at the end of the day is in Italian would have loved if some English was spoken as we didn't have a clue what was going on
Written 27 June 2023
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Rose
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I arrived at 11 on the shuttle bus, and the park didn't open until 11.15 so I was left standing outside in 35° heat until they opened the gates. Once inside, half the rides had staff missing, and large portions of the park didn't open until an hour later. the food and drink was outlandishly priced and the rides themselves being lackluster. We traversed the entire park just after 11 which is absolutely terrible for a park that should be a fun day trip. The attractions and scenery were scruffy and unappealing looking, and I was overall disappointed. I would recommend not wasting your time on this park
Written 25 June 2023
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lilmoaxo
Charlottesville, VA10 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
This was a lot of fun. We weren’t expecting much based on the other reviews. But for the price, it was quite good. The longest line we waited in was for food. The ride lines were short in early June and it kept my 10 yo very entertained for the ~2.5h we were there. If you have an extra day in Rome and need something for the young ones (or young at heart), I’d give it a go! We did not visit either of the sister parks (Rome World or Aqua Park).
Written 4 June 2023
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