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Parco Regionale Riviera di Ulisse

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Parco Regionale Riviera di Ulisse

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Montecassino Abbey, Gaeta and Terracina Private Day Tour from Rome with Lunch
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Montecassino Abbey, Gaeta and Terracina Private Day Tour from Rome with Lunch

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This tour is for "outside" the usual touristic areas. The Abbey of Montecassino is one of the most famous Abbeys in the world. In 529 Saint Benedict chose this mountain to build his monastery. In February the Abbey 1944 a bombardment almost flatted it. According to a legend, the temple of Jerusalem has been found to cause three deep cracks in the rock of today. On the top of this promontory stands the Sanctuary of the SS. Trinity. At the left side of the church, linked to other stories and relevant personalities, linked to other stories and relevant personalities.<br><br>The temple, or Roman sanctuary, above Terracina dates back to the fourth century BC. The complex is large and spectacularly-situated, dominating the shoreline and sea. The sanctuary has been assumed to have been dedicated to Jupiter, although Venus has been another suggestion.<br>
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tonitone wrote a review Feb 2019
Barcelona, Spain463 contributions416 helpful votes
Well run, clearly marked, there are paths in every direction that lead you to cool new discoveries: the mausoleum (amazing), old ww2 artillery placements and barracks, churches, vistas of the ocean and Gaeta. We enjoyed it immensely, gorgeous views everywhere and not many people around. Absolute must if you are in Gaeta.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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james w wrote a review Nov 2015
Glasgow, United Kingdom214 contributions89 helpful votes
Walked round the park one afternoon as weather was little dull for beach activities. The "park wardens" were very helpful, especially the gentleman who had visited Glasgow many times as a seaman. If one is a cat lover there are an abundance of cats around the park that all looked well fed. The walk starting at the Serapo Beach is a pleasant way of reaching the old town of Gaeta.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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akwp wrote a review Jul 2015
Seattle, Washington42 contributions12 helpful votes
Ah the Mediterranean Sea in an ancient Itailian destination and very affordable without the crowds Lovely off the beaten path
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Patricia J wrote a review Jun 2015
Marsascala, Malta351 contributions125 helpful votes
Hard to get to! Took B line bus from Formia, getting off at Gianola. From here a long walk, 15 minutes or so. Badly signposted, but we found the Porticciolo Romano, Grotta della Janara, and 36 pillars. Very nice, there were other ruins but access was not given, due to works being done. Please note, you need to get back on the same bus, same direction, as it does a loop and comes back a different way!!! We figured this out after waiting over an hour!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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