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Quite moving experience

Fabulous place in such a beautiful location, the ruins of San pietro infine lay as they did at the... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2017
James M
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Caythorpe, United Kingdom
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Visitors centre and gratis conducted tour by Frederica an excellent couple of hours

Having been recommended this tour by our guide at Monte Cassino, Danila, we read up on the tragedy... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
skdcitraveller
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London, UK
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San Pietro Infine, Italy
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Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Fabulous place in such a beautiful location, the ruins of San pietro infine lay as they did at the end of world war 2, a ruin after an allied assault on the German garrison here a real peek at how war destroys not just lives...More

1  Thank James M
Reviewed 16 May 2017

Having been recommended this tour by our guide at Monte Cassino, Danila, we read up on the tragedy of San Pietro Infine in WW2 as the Allies advanced towards Monte Cassino in December 1943 and arrived late Saturday morning to find volunteers who gave us...More

Thank skdcitraveller
Reviewed 31 October 2016

The ruins are wonderful to explore. It is amazing that people were able to survive by hiding in the caves. It is very sad what we are wiling to do to each other for a piece of land.

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Reviewed 13 October 2014

War is not just about soldiers, but about civilians. You learn of the civilians and their experience during the horrible battles associated with Monte Cassino

1  Thank hn_dv
Reviewed 30 May 2013

We were taken here by our guide Danila Bracaglia. The visit started with a lovely film of the history by John Huston that had been supplemented by a local historian. The old town has been preserved from the way it was in WW2, and as...More

4  Thank ajt_austria
Reviewed 22 November 2011

A visit to San Pietro, just south of the famous Monte Cassino and about halfway between Naples and Rome, is a battlefield visit with a difference. San Pietro was the scene of a major military battle in the lead up to battle for the Abbey...More

2  Thank anactbloke
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Daniel M
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Oh never mind, I see it is open on Sat & Sun only!
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