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This is a beautiful place where thousands of our finest men and women lay after giving their all during WWII. It take between two and three hours of your time and is a short train ride from Rome. Next year January, will be 75 year...More
I'd read about this beautiful tribute to the brave American soldiers and felt it my duty to pay homage to them on my visit to Rome. I caught a high speed train from Rome Termini station to Nettuno (1.5 hrs and about 8€ return ticket)...More
The landscaping and extent of this Cemetery is breathtaking. From the ornate wrought iron entrance gates to the knot garden in this Trip Advisor photo. At the entrance is a visitor centre which has the only toilets on the site and its a long way...More
This is an amazing cemetery to visit. Such a beautiful setting and so respectful to all those who lost their lives in War.
The grounds are immaculately maintained. The monuments are magnificent. The visitors centre is so interesting. Toilet facilities are immaculately. Was very easy...More
One could probable spend a day or less here. It has a terrific well done education center with info on the WW 2 in the area. The cemetery itself is perfectly manicured and it contains the remains of over 7,200 brave soldiers of the Sicily...More
This is a beautiful & well maintained memorial to men and women who sacrificed so much for the World. There is a lot of history about World War II and particularly in Italy. I was honored to learn about the history and pay respects to...More
After leaving the seashore towns, we headed north to Nettuno and the Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy – where we entered the Sicily–Rome American Cemetery and Memorial, which is a cemetery in Italy for American military personnel who were killed in World War II.
Very peaceful resting place for GIs. The grounds are well maintained and beautiful. When we visited there were only a handful of people there (very different than the cemetery at Omaha Beach in France). Visitors center staff was very welcoming.
We had a guide, so that helped. We spent about 21/2 hrs. there. Worth every minute. Short video, good walk through interactive displays and finally the cemetery. Make certain you take the time to walk to the through the... More
We had a guide, so that helped. We spent about 21/2 hrs. there. Worth every minute. Short video, good walk through interactive displays and finally the cemetery. Make certain you take the time to walk to the through the gravesides and to the chapel and auxillary building. It is worth the walk. The Nettuno rail station is close enough to walk to it- depends on your walking skills. We hired a official guide, Danila, for the 6 of us and worth every penny.
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I can't help you with the public transport question, but there are no admission costs. Very nice visitor center just inside the cemetery gates on the right that doubles as an informative museum. Enjoy your visit!
This isn't very helpful but I saw no taxi's at the train station. I would perhaps try to make transportation accommodations in advance. There is no uber outside of Rome and my experience in Nettuno was pretty isolated. its... More
This isn't very helpful but I saw no taxi's at the train station. I would perhaps try to make transportation accommodations in advance. There is no uber outside of Rome and my experience in Nettuno was pretty isolated. its very residential and I did not encounter a very tourist-friendly atmosphere. The visit is really breathtaking once you are in the cemetery. so worth it!