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Rotem,  Israel Israel
09 Aug 2023
Excellent
The place wonderful for families! The children really enjoyed
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Anonymous
10 Jul 2023
Excellent
Great fun- There is a large log flume, about 2 large/adrenaline rides, a VR and horror house experience and very few queues. My friends and I spent all-day here without getting bored, and I...
Great fun- There is a large log flume, about 2 large/adrenaline rides, a VR and horror house experience and very few queues. My friends and I spent all-day here without getting bored, and I thought the staff were lovely.
The only problem was travel as it took a couple of different buses from the centre and getting a taxi was a nightmare.
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Federica,  Italy Italy
26 Jun 2023
Excellent
Biglietti scobtati come da sito. Parcheggio a pagamento eur 5.00. LE attrazioni nel parco sono pochine ma con la piscina ti regalano una bella giornata. Peccato la chiusura alle 19.00 (dom 25 Giugno)
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About: Cinecittà World

This $338 million family-friendly theme park celebrates the triumphs of Italian cinema. Built by, and dedicated to, the original Cinecittá, this theme park is located on the edge of Rome, about 25km from the city.

Cinecittà World
Friday 11:00 - 18:00
Saturday 11:00 - 18:00
Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Cinecittà World
Via Irina Alberti, 00128, Rome
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