One of the main reasons why we love Woody Allen is the fact that he films his movies in amazing locations. For example, "To Rome with Love" takes place entirely in Rome. And we couldn't pass by without making a movie trip about it. We hope you enjoy it!
Terme di Caracalla or Baths of Caracalla is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Rome. The main heroes enter the Baths of Caracalla at night which is obviously not the best idea, unless you are a character from Woody Allen's movie
Sabatini is a cozy restaurant, located in a great neighborhood. So yeah, even if you don't want to get in, at least pass by Sabatini, while taking this movietrip!
Built in 13BC, Ancient Teatro di Marcello or Theatre of Marcellus is another must-see sight in Rome. Theatre of Marcellus was probably the biggest theatre in the ancient Rome!
Remember the opening scene? it was filmed at Piazza Venezia! A traffic policeman stands at the centre of Piazza Venezia and says "Sorry, I don't speak English very well. I'm from Roma"
In one of the scenes main heroes sit at the Bar Gelateria Il Faraone at Piazza della Madonna dei Monti. What can we say? If you're in Rome, gelato is definitely a good idea!
Fontana di Trevi or Trevi Fountain is one of those sights that you seen on a postcard. The famous fountain scene from "La Dolce Vita" was also filmed here. Definitely a must-go place in Rome!
The legendary Caffè della Pace before closing appeared in Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love". Sadly it has been closed in June 2016. The memory of it will always stay in our heart tho!
Villa Borghese Gardens is not only a famous movie spot, but also an amazing place to chill, have rest and walk around.