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Reviewed July 6, 2018 via mobile

Ok we went to see the Piramide! It’s disappointing. It’s new and nothing really exciting. However the graveyard behind it / next to it has some interesting history. I am still going to rate it 3 stars. You be the judge.

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Reviewed June 22, 2018

Interesting, but small. Not worth seeking out to me. Just worth seeing on the way out of town or on a tour as a drive by. It is not open to go into, so a momentary photo op at best.

Thank finesilver
Reviewed June 1, 2018

We were on our way to the local tram museum when we spotted this pyramid. Looking somewhat out of place we thought it might be some modern idea but no it's one of Rome's best kept ancient monuments. We missed the cemetery but found the...More

Thank Ken J
Reviewed May 13, 2018 via mobile

We happened upon this pyramid on our way to the train station. It was a great discovery, unexpected! Worth a look, plus there was little market in the area with one lovely colourful summer dresses!

Thank Cat N
Reviewed May 10, 2018

Unfortunately the pyramid was not open but it is great just to see it. The non-catholic cemetery is a wonderful place with Keats and Shelley's graves. Don't miss the grave with the beautiful angel draped over it. Then there is the cat colony down in...More

1  Thank meandmybloke
Reviewed May 6, 2018 via mobile

Amazingly old pyramid that's worth a look, but dont miss out on the cemetary behind it or popping into the tiny cafe in the middle between the tram stops and the metro. Best porchetta I ate the entire 16 days in Italy.

Thank gabe r
Reviewed May 4, 2018

We mistakenly took bus 83 in the wrong direction but it did give us the opportunity to see this amazing structure and located next to it the Gate of St Paul. Running through here was interesting to see all of the old city walls.

Thank TassieTravellers99
Reviewed April 29, 2018

When you go a tour or read about Rome sooner or later you will hear about the expansiveness of the empire and how animals and symbols of conquered lands were brought back to Rome. The pyramid of Cestius is a reminder of this. It's worth...More

Thank tjcarroll67
Reviewed April 22, 2018 via mobile

We were fortunate to happen upon the Piramide when it was open for tours. We found it to be very interesting as was the cemetery located adjacent to the Piramide.

Thank bobbascom
Reviewed April 13, 2018 via mobile

Very interesting to see a pyramid in the centre of Rome! We couldn't go in but it's brill to see just from the outside. Very easy to reach as it's just outside the metro station.

Thank anaowen
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embassies, peace and quiet is top priority and the
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Brenda D
December 18, 2017|
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Response from flaneur40 | Reviewed this property |
I didn't go inside. There is a posting on the gate outside with an email or phone number you can use to arrange something. You may also try googling COOP Culture Piramide Cestia visit. I think visits can be arranged... More
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Brenda D
December 18, 2017|
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The Pyramid's interior is only open to the public at certain, limited times. Go to the coopculture website (the same website for the Colosseum, I'd paste it here TripAdvisor will not let me include the link) and search for... More
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Sarah C
August 25, 2015|
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Response from Jesse N | Reviewed this property |
There was no scaffolding when we were there in June. Apparently you can go into it every so often. Might be worth researching which days those are in case you happen to be there at that time.
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