Welcome To Rome: Immersive Journey Through Rome's History

Welcome To Rome: Immersive Journey Through Rome's History

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An exciting multimedia journey that will allow you to discover the history and development of the Eternal City throughout its 2700 years of history. An immersive and emotional way to discover the secrets of the city, its development, and its monuments.

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Spanish, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian
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  • Discover the city's secrets
  • Have an immersive edutainment experience
  • Learn about the history and development of the city of Rome throughout its different ages
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At Welcome To Rome you will immerse yourself in the history of this wonderful city and have an exciting and engaging experience. Visiting Welcome To Rome means taking a journey through time and space. An experience in which you will witness a multi-projection: walls and ceilings will come alive around you while on the ground a large model of the city will light up to show the evolution of Rome over the centuries. This immersive projection will tell you about 2700 years of the history of the Rome in 27 minutes, through the ages that have built the eternal city's identity. You will have the illusion of flying over the city through the centuries, moving within monuments, palaces, churches and squares. To complete the visit you can view 4 large interactive models that will allow you to discover the history of some exceptional masterpieces: the Imperial Forum, the Augustus Forum, the Mausoleum of Adrian, and San Peter Basilica. The spectacular projections and the interactive models will give you a unique and exciting experience and allow you to discover first-hand the evolution of this extraordinary city. The show takes place inside the ex Cinema Augustus, in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203. The projection and interactive exhibits are accessible also to anyone with disabilities. It is possible to start the visit at any time during opening hours, since the show goes on continuously. You will be accompanied by an audio guide available in 8 different languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese, and Japanese.
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    The Entrance of Welcome to Rome is on "Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 203", in Rome. A few hundreds meters from Piazza Navona.

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    • The last show starts 40 minutes before the closing time
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    4.7 / 5

    based on 172 reviews

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    I had a very good experience. It was educational and interesting. I learned a lot from this tour. I would recommend this tour to someone who wants to really learn about the history of Rome. I loved how everything was explained. The people running the show were helpful and friendly they even recommended a great restaurant for dinner.

    February 10, 2020

    Great dismay at the beginning when we realize that there is only one room with 4 spaces explaining part of the city. Nevertheless, the presentations are captivating and very well done, too bad there are so few. The film is excellent and exciting, dynamic and captivating. It's quite a challenge to tell the story of Rome in such a clear, structured and educational way. 1 hour visit in all. Really qualitative, and accessible for the whole family.

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    January 5, 2020

    Excellent experience because we did it at the start of the stay. The history of Rome presented in this way allows us to put into perspective the city, its rich and very long history and the monuments that we visited the following days. The relief map of Rome allows us to locate and also understand. Not at all long, well installed in a cinema and thanks to the audio guide, no problem of understanding

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    November 11, 2019

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