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A short and easy trip from Rome to this great beach. Loved the atmosphere of the town. Lifeguards on the beach friendly and helpful. Sand and sea was perfect. We spent hours just floating in the surf. Restaurants and Gelato shops have good food at...More
We visited Anzio by high speed rail out of Rome. We first looked at the memorial to World War Two, at the port. We then proceeded to the beach, and had an absolutely wonderful day on the beautiful sandy beach of Anzio. The restaurants are...More
Anzio became a major beachhead for the advance against German and Italian forces during WWII but almost 2000years earlier it was Emperor Nero of Rome who built upon the establishment created by Augustus to develop this port for trade.
A visit to Anzio today gives...More
We were here early for a trip to and around Capri. Our transfer was swift and efficient and the team friendly and helpful even picking up from the paperwork that it was my birthday.
On return from the island a pod of dolphins broke the...More
As much as we loved Rome for it’s historical sights, great food, people, shops and energy, after a few days we decided to escape to the sea, for a break.
The goal was to swim in the Mediterranean Sea. Having spent a day here in...More
If you are in Rome you should definitely make the effort of spending a day in Anzio.
Anzio is one hour away by train from Rome.
Archeological ruins of the ancient Roman history and Nerone emperor are along the coast, the American cemetery from WWII...More