Ginevra (14)


My name is Ginevra and I’m 14 years old. I live in Florence, Italy in an apartment close to the city centre with my dad and my sister, Guia. She is 13 and we have a very good relationship. I love reading and most of the films I watch are based on books. I also play water polo three times a week. I go to the cinema at least once a month and I always go with my friend, Bia. We usually go to a cinema in the centre where you can watch films in English.


Guido (13)


Hi! My name is Guido. I am 13 years old and I attend the third grade of the Middle School Giosué Carducci.

I live in a flat with my mother, my father and my sister.

I like playing tennis, doing judo, playing the piano and going to the theatre.

Regarding the movies, I like science fiction films, action films and fantasy films. I usually watch them on TV or on my computer but I go also to the cinema.



inhabitants: 400,000
kids: 45,000
cinemas: 16

Welcome to Florence! Benvenuti a Firenze! The world-famous capital of Italy’s Tuscany region and birthplace of the Renaissance attracts millions of visitors each year.

Among the top sights are the Duomo cathedral (you can climb up the steps to the dome and to the bell tower!) and Palazzo Vecchio (where kids can visit the secret passages; take a guided tour by Giorgio Vasari, the court architect and painter, and a lot more ...), the Piazza della Signoria with its copy of Michelangelo's David statue, and of course, the city’s fantastic museum such as Palazzo Pitti and the Uffizi gallery with Botticelli’s Venus.

You can also visit the Ximeniano observatory which has been observing both the sky and the earth for 250 years and displays some of the apparatus that have been used for astronomical observation and the recording of seismic activity (earthquakes). Or you take a stroll across the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge spanning over the Arno river or through the Boboli Gardens. And in Coverciano there’s a football museum! Oh, don’t forget to try the sweet Bomboloni (Italian doughnut) and the Tuscan flatbread Schiacciatina!

Stensen Cultural Foundation

Opened in 1964, the Stensen Cultural Foundation is inspired by the research and methodology of Niels Stensen, a Danish physician and geologist (1638 -1686). Run by Jesuits, a group of young people manages the structure together with a bunch of more experienced people. The aim is promoting intercultural dialogue, information, education and art, through conferences, films and books.


Rome needs no introduction, the Italian capital is one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide with a history opf nearly 3,000 years. It is also the only city in the world with a country inside itself: the Vatican.

Top sights include the Roman Forum with the ruins of several important ancient buildings, the Colosseum where gladiators used to fight and the Vatican with St. Peter's Basilica, the largest church in the world, and Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel.

Also check out Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Navona, throw a coin into the famous Trevi Fountain and try some pizza!


inhabitants: 900,000
kids: 140,000
cinemas:  18

Benvenuti a Torino! Turin, first capital of Italy, and for centuries the residence of kings, is a city of extraordinary charm. Rich in history, art, culture and tradition, the city offers plenty of opportunities for youth recreation and entertainment. Located on the river Po and surrounded by the Alps, the city boasts museums, castles, gardens and the Mole Antonelliana, home of the National Cinema Museum, which you can see on the back of the Italian two cent coin. And make sure you try the famous local chocolate!

National Cinema Museum

Among the most important in the world for its rich heritage and the diversity of its scientific and educational activities, the National Cinema Museum owes its uniqueness to its exhibition set-up. Hosted by the Mole Antonelliana, a landmark monument and symbol of Turin, this "temple of cinema" spirals upwards through several exhibition levels, creating a spectacular display of its extraordinary collections and retracing the history of cinema from its origins to the present time, in an evocative interactive itinerary.    Enjoy the show!