...If you're in the area you should try and vist. Beautiful cemetery and sculptures with a wonderful view of Cestius' Pyramid. Extemely calm and peaceful. Borders the Aurelian Walls.
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This is the graveyard where non-catholic people were buried. As such, it is full of history and many tombs are really masterpieces. Important people are buried there, and it is nice to hear their stories (therefore, a guided tour is highly recommended: there are also...More
This place will do for cat lovers and people who search off the beaten track things to see in Rome. The atmosphere and the beauty of the place are beyond words. Amazing in all weather and seasons.
Visiting a cemetery might seem like an odd thing to do on holiday, but I really can't recommend this place enough. As the final resting place of the English poets Shelly and Keats, along with hundreds of other people from different religious, cultural and social...More
I had planned to visit this cemetery to see the weeping angel - and it was simply stunning. I noticed it the moment I walked through the entrance - at the top of the hill. The cemetery is located a short walk from the Piramide...More
Has the graves of John Keats and Shelley. Free entrance but they ask for a E3 donation. As well as the graves of the poets is has an interesting view of the Pyramid Gaius Cestius in front of it. If the cemetery is closed there...More
I have just visited this cemetery for the second time. It is the most beautiful cemetery I have ever been to and I will come back again next time I am in Rome (I threw coin in Trevi, so it will be soon). It is...More
A beautiful and serene spot in a historic part of Rome. Seeing the grave markers for famous personalities was quite special, as well as the more elaborate ones dotted around the cemetery (come here to see the original Angel of Grief sculpture for Emelyn Story)....More
I have traveled to Rome for a few days up to a month for many years and never fail to visit here on each trip. This is one of the most beautiful and evocative places in the city. The combination of nature and grave monuments...More