If you visit Rome it is impossible not to follow the streets and the place where Federico Fellini filmed in 1960 the famous “La dolce vita”, with Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg. The film tells of these days in Rome towards the eyes of a “paparazzo” Marcello, who lives the city by day, but above all by night. It is very impressive to discover with new eyes the Baths of Caracalla, Via Veneto, San Pietro and the Palazzo del Quirinale following the vision of Fellini’s eyes. We will begin our journey at Cinecittà by visiting the sets where Fellini, Ettore Scolaand many Italian directors such as directors Roberto Rossellini, Luchino Visconti or Vittorio De Sica, and even foreigners such as Francis Ford Coppola or Martin Scorsese have shot their scenes. Then we will move towards the city center to see San Pietro, the Trevi Fountain and finally Via Veneto where we will also drink to celebrate “the dolce vita”.