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Perfect way to start your time in Rome! Great intro to the sites. Located down a little alley that has a nice little cafe to have lunch at.
While this was our fourth trip to Rome, it was the first for our 12 year old nephew. The Time Elavator movie was the perfect way to begin our week of sightseeing, providing excellent background and context for everything to follow. A great experience for kids and adults alike!
our kids loved it...must do with children and even adults!
perfect but a clear map should be attached to the voucher. it is difficult to find it as no one knows it
Amazzzzzing show :)
Very intresting to watch, we enjoyed it very much. highly recommended
I am from Greece and i went to Rome a week ago!My son is ten years old and he enjoed it a lot!I found it nice but i would prefer to last a bit more!I recommend you to try it!!!
Did this with my husband and two teenagers and we all found it interesting and entertaining.
We really enjoyed it. It was great for first time visitors like my grandaughter.Everything she saw afterwards made so much sense. Recommended...
So glad I did this one. The show was good and very informative. A must do in order to grasp the history and to better understand Rome.
Location is rather hard to find.
This is a must for kids,before you go to any tour in the city....the kids liked it so much that we watched it again the following day.
This is highly recommended for everybody visiting Rome for the first time.
Had some reservations when I read somewhere this was tacky, but we all enjoyed it lots-even me who does not do "rides". Definitely do this first thing on your visit to Rome as it does give you a good idea as to what you are seeing now as far as ruins. PS-staying in the Pantheon area is a plus as this is close by and everything else is within walking distance