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  • gabriel m
    London, UK19 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    We found this beautiful secluded beach full of colours so we parked our car to decide if we were staying. We walked 100 meters, decided to stay and when we went back for our belongings (after 15 minutes) the window of our car was destroyed and one of our cell phones stolen. Be careful if you go by car
    Written 29 July 2017
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  • Mara
    Heemstede, The Netherlands31 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful place to see Roman ruins. Perfect with children, not too big but enough to see. We spend one hour with two kids, 8 and 5 years old. There was a small exhibition with statues and dresses. €5 per adults, kids for free.
    Written 4 May 2024
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  • Raffaela79
    Cardross, UK100 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We have had a lovely dinner here everything was fresh very nice indeed staff was friendly. I really did enjoy it and all sea view
    Written 25 June 2017
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  • BrianMPowell
    Wales, UK215 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Really interesting site. This used to be the bridge over the river - but now there is a new modern span and this brifge is closed to traffic. However you can cross by foot and can see the impact damage from the shelling it took during WWII.
    Written 30 July 2019
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  • MattAndLol
    Bradford, UK491 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Have wanted to visit my uncle's war grave in this cemetery for years & it was a major part of our holiday to Sorrento. My late Dad's eldest brother, Private Thomas Ready, of Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, eldest of 8 children, joined the Sherwood Foresters regiment underage during the Second World War. He bravely fought through North Africa & Sicily, having had to join the Lincolnshire Regiment, before being wounded in Italy & dying in January 1944 at the age of 20. He has always been remembered by our family & many of the boys in our family have Thomas as their 1st or 2nd name, including my son. My grandparents were taken by the Royal British Legion after the war to visit his grave & only a couple of my relatives have visited since. It would have meant a lot to my late Dad that we went as he was inspired to later join the Army in tribute to his eldest brother.

    We did a lot of pre-planning & research for our visit as Minturno is a long way from Sorrento. We decided not to travel by train as though the 1 hour journey from Sorrento to Naples then another hour from Naples to Minturno isn't too bad there is then a 1 hour walk from Minturno railway station to the War Cemetery & another hour's walk back, this would have been too much for us in the hot June sun when we visited. My husband bravely volunteered to hire a car & drive the 3 of us to Minturno, this took 2 hours door to door. He used his SatNav & the route from Sorrento to the motorway was rather hazardous due to the insane scooters & motorbikes overtaking dangerously constantly. However as soon as you're on the motorway the drive was fine, be aware of tolls but it's only a few euros each. Also please check your car hire details as 1 of the conditions of ours was to stay in the Campania region of Italy, however Minturno military cemetery is just over the border in Lazio !!! My husband again saved the day by finding out that the river Garigliano has the border going through it & it is only 6 minutes walk to the cemetery if you park on the Campania side & walk over the bridge, thus not invalidating your car insurance !

    As for the cemetery itself it was so beautifully kept, immaculate & serene, it was such an emotional visit. From the stone columns at the entrance there's a magnificent lawn bordered by trees leading up to a white stone memorial then a beautiful stone cross with the over 2,000 graves laid out on each side. The graves were planted with colourful flowers & were so well kept, thank you so much to the gardeners, it was easy to locate my uncle's grave. There's a small stone building on the left on the way up that houses a book of remembrance with everyone's details & location of all the graves if you haven't already looked it up as well as a visitors book. We had researched what you were allowed to take & had bought 2 wooden British Legion crosses that I had written tributes on, we took lots of photos & I cried buckets to finally be able to pay tribute to our brave uncle that we never had a chance to know. We are beyond proud of our Uncle Thomas & all the brave young men that gave their lives for our freedom & are so grateful to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission for keeping the cemetery so immaculately, thank you all .
    Written 24 June 2023
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  • Joseph G
    Montreal, Canada5,113 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This church located on a narrow street in the old town of Minturno is its cathedral and a church of extraordinary beauty. It was built in the 9th century, rebuilt in the 12th century, and underwent a series of transformations in the following centuries.
    It has an impressive stone staircase leading up to the front entrance and was built with some remains (columns, marble, and materials) from the old Roman town of Minturnae.
    It is constructed in the shape of a Latin cross and has three naves.
    At the time of our visit, mass was being said.
    Written 20 December 2021
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  • RR
    8 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Big thank you to Gianni, Fabiola, Marco e Mirco and the rest of the team - visited the Lido several times over the past few weeks and found a great experience in every occasion - kind staff, clean sand well looked after and welcoming environment from the very start - children friendly with many facilities available - also wooden pizza oven, kitchen and cocktail bar available right on the lido - keep up the good work as the passion for your role clearly reflects on how the lido runs - will definitely visit again
    Written 26 May 2022
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