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Sicily Rome American Cemetery and Memorial

Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1, 00048 Nettuno, Italy
+39 06 988 0284
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Paying respect

We have an interest in WWII history- my father served and my husband's family lost family in the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Pamela A
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Wailuku, Hawaii
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Profound Experience

We visited here on our first full day in Italy. I knew nothing about the Allied Campaign in Italy... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Beth L
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Torrance, California
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3 weeks ago
“Paying respect”
4 weeks ago
“Profound Experience”
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Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1, 00048 Nettuno, Italy
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+39 06 988 0284
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We have an interest in WWII history- my father served and my husband's family lost family in the war. We spent 3 weeks in Italy visiting some locations where the war had an impact. As with other US military cemeteries, it is quite sobering, beautiful,...More

Thank Pamela A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited here on our first full day in Italy. I knew nothing about the Allied Campaign in Italy, so this was a huge learning experience for me. Because of this visit, we also visited the Florence American Cemetery, which is also wonderful. Highly recommended!

Thank Beth L
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Great place for walking and a lesson in history. Beautifully landscaped and presentation. I would recommend anyone to take an hour there to walk around and explore.

Thank Jonathan S
Reviewed 27 March 2017

This site is a fitting and impressive monument to the fallen American soldiers who fought and died in Italy in the wars of the last century. The on site visitor centre has an excellent presentation about the war and details tales of some of the...More

Thank James A
Reviewed 6 December 2016

We came here on recommendation from a friend and it was so worth the stop. When you enter the guarded gate, there is visitor parking on the right. The information center is like a mini-museum and we (including our tween/teen-aged kids) were able to learn...More

1  Thank sunfanSeattle
Reviewed 19 August 2016

We try to visit the cemeteries in Europe as a tribute to the fallen in WWll. My Dad fought at Iwo Jima for the Marines, so my husband and I like to visit the beau military cemeteries.. This one is so beautifully kept, peaceful and...More

1  Thank italiandutchmaiden
Reviewed 30 June 2016 via mobile

We went to Anzio 1st only to find we needed to come here. Wife's uncle not buried here Very peaceful moving place to visit. Visitor Center includes WWII EXHIBIT. Nice clean free restrooms

Thank wf3r4t54b
Reviewed 19 May 2016 via mobile

We first visited the beach and museum in Anzio, then took the train to Vettuno to pay our respects to our fallen soldiers. The facility was absolutely beautiful and a fitting tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. If you are in Rome, take...More

1  Thank Marco57
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Each war cemetery seems to have a philosophy behind it depending on the country it represents. The American cemeteries that I've visited all over Europe are like entering a beautiful public park that is quiet and peaceful. Further inside the rolling hills of small white...More

5  Thank Cocciolino2015
Reviewed 19 February 2016 via mobile

Took my children (10, 7) and one of their friends to see this memorial to some 10,000 young mens ultimate sacrifice. I am not sure they fully understood the magnitude - but with time they may learn, that we can live the way we do...More

2  Thank RomMic
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SimonMcShannon
Travelling from Naples via public transport (Bus or Rail) whats the best way of getting to the cemetery? Are there any admission costs?
9 March 2017|
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Response from sunfanSeattle | Reviewed this property |
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!
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cthelight2017
My husband and I will be taking the train from Rome on 5/28/2017 for the Memorial Day service. I have read that you can take a taxi from the train station to the cemetery, but I do not have any information for taxi service in Nettuno. My husband is 76 and can not walk very far due to hip and leg problems. What are my choices for transportation to the cemetery? (my uncle is buried there and I have wanted to see his grave for a long time. Thank you
13 February 2017|
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Response from Philamb |
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
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Philamb
Can anyone tell me if the train station at Nettuno offers baggage storage? We will be traveling from Rome, then onwards to Florence that day. Just stopping at the cemetery (Yes, we know it's the wrong way) :) Thank you!
9 January 2017|
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Response from Philamb |
There is baggage storage in Rome but not in Nettuno. it would have been impossible to drag your bag to the cemetery.
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