So this weekend I got the chance to take a quick trip to Rome and visit Cinecitta World.
This park opened July 24th this year (the Thursday before my visit) I was there on sunday.
Had an awesome visit and a great tour around the park.
I really liked the park for what it is. It has the different movie set area's which look good. It has 2 coasters (1o inversion and indoor), a mack water ride (which is always fun during the Italian summer) a drop tower and some other small stuff. The food options are good (fresh made) and there's always something to see when walking around. A small cowboy show in the spaghetti western area, or some singing in the roman restaurant during lunch time.
The evening before my visit I drove by the park and it looked stunning with all the lights they have set up for the evening opening hours. Unfortunately I did not have the time to check out the park after sunset. Hopefully next time.
The staff was giving their best and interested in learning new things. It felt like they were enjoying working at the park and felt connected to the park and making it an awesome place to visit.
The park also has a pretty good show called Enigma. It's visually pretty good and entertaining. For the people that are interested in a deeper meaning behind the things you see.. it's there
So yeah, great visit.
The video's will follow soon
Here is the video of Altair:
But first, pictures
looks like I made it
now this looks like an entrance
just a tiny bit of fog before opening the gates
early 20's style mainstreet area
small warming up show at the end of the mainstreet
random film thing happening in the western area
I love it when a parks invites their guests to join the fun
so this train model might look familiar
Darkmare the indoor coaster
I love walking around darkrides when the lights are on
this one has plenty of screens to keep you entertained and maybe even slightly confused during the ride
it always surprises me how much track can be fitted in a certain area
running through a wall
so this is the "end"??
just a tiny bit of engineering
time to cool down a little and go outside
the area looks pretty good
looks like a few people got a bit wet on this ride
just another look
next stop, drop tower
water play area, always fun for kids and at night used for a fountain/projection show
the drop tower was down for some fine tuning during my visit, but it got this view from inside
i'll try to be quiet ;)
it's an elephant with a drop tower
time to check out Enigma
smoke always helps
playing wit light
dancing and multiplying
how are you doing dj?
playing with light and mirrors
back to ancient rome
and remember.. it's about the movies..
keep on singing
making use of the stage
hey, there's the elephant again
I love the question mark
the red scarf is a signature style thing of a famous Italian Director
just like in the movies, credits time
time to check out the big coaster at the park and it's 10 inversions
lapbars are always fun
different riding positions
looking down the rolls
here they come
different rider reactions
looking at the station
Altair ride sign
zig zag up the stairs
lots of steel to look at
almost at the top
so many small details to look at
I really like how the coaster supports blend into the station building
outside of the station
time for another quick lap through the park
these stones are part of every western style area
small picnic area
another attraction (did not have the time today to check it out)
indoor go-karts like area
kids having fun
splash battle's are always fun
it gives guests and riders the chance to interact
typical kids area ride (one of many)
back to the water ride
here they come
and yes, there is a soak zone
more happy riders
thank you so much for the visit and tour. Had a great time
and how many parks do you know where they do a group photo in the soak zone?
Last edited by robbalvey on Wed Jul 30, 2014 4:05 am.
beastadat wrote:Great Photos! Interesting park, wonder if there are any dark rides?
it has an indoor coaster..
_koppen wrote:The park looks awesome, but the main street do look like it could use one or two rows of trees.
well the main street is back to the 20's style.. not sure if those streets had many trees back in the day. regarding the other areas, they are working at/looking at more shade/covering. it's a brand new park with brand new trees and green stuff, so it's going to take a little while before these grow in (and get bigger)
These pages are in no way affiliated with nor endorsed by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Cedar Fair, Legoland, Merlin Entertainment, Blackstone, Tussaud's Group, Six Flags, Universal Theme Parks, the Walt Disney Company or any other theme park company.
photos and videos on this website were taken with the permission of the park by
a professional ride photographer.
For yours and others safety, please do not attempt to take photos or videos at
parks without proper permission.
You need a sense of humor to view our site,
if you don't have a sense of humor, or are easily offended, please turn back
Most of the content on this forum is suitable for all ages. HOWEVER! There may be some content that would be considered rated "PG-13." Theme Park Review is NOT recommended for ages under 13 years of age.