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Villa Imperiale di Nerone

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Awesome Beach

Nero was really good at picking a location for his Villa. Anzio is beautiful, and the ruins of the... read more

Reviewed July 19, 2017
Shaun P
You can imagine what it looked like when new!

Much larger than what you see from the street. Go on he beach and walk around..Nice to imagine what... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2016
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Reviewed August 13, 2018

This review is specifically of the Parco Archaeologico, which is accessible from the road above the remains of the Nero Villa. We visited in the early evening. There is a very good small exhibition in one building, but little to see on the site as...More

Thank Brian D
Reviewed September 4, 2017 via mobile

This will eventually fall away into the sea if something is not done. Entrance was not available to us on a Monday in September, so we decided to walk along the beach where you get some idea of its expanse and I presume grandeur. It...More

2  Thank 48rosa
Reviewed July 19, 2017

Nero was really good at picking a location for his Villa. Anzio is beautiful, and the ruins of the villa barely reflect the size and grandiosity of Nero's creation. The archeological park has a beautiful beach running in front of it, combined with Nero's caves...More

1  Thank Shaun P
Reviewed July 3, 2017

We took the beach walk to see the villa and statue of Nero. Magnificent views and easy to see how amazing the villa must have been in its day. People were sunbathing in some of the ruins. Such is the historical wealth of this area.

Thank Eco_12
Reviewed August 19, 2016

Much larger than what you see from the street. Go on he beach and walk around..Nice to imagine what it looked like in its heyday.

1  Thank italiandutchmaiden
Reviewed July 25, 2016

"Villa" gives you the idea of a house - and together with the name of one of the most important cesar's NERO even a palace. Well ,it was, once a time, - today you get an impression of its size by the remains left over...More

1  Thank Seamus M
Reviewed June 30, 2016

We came across this ruin by chance just walking around Anzio. Unfortunately it was closed until 4pm and we had to leave at 4.30 but it was very interesting to see especially from the beach although it has not been well looked after by it's...More

1  Thank Deryn H
Reviewed December 4, 2015

Not much to see from the main road, but get yourself down onto the beach and its different story, a once magnificent villa, now time, the war and vandalism has taken its toll.......

Thank John S
Reviewed July 11, 2014

Take the hourly train from Rome Termini to Anzio. You want the stop just after Anzio Colonia and just before Netunno. A taxi will take you from the train station to whatever beach you would like but it is an easy walk. Probably about 15...More

6  Thank Joseph B
Reviewed June 18, 2014

Very interesting site only.....if you know already about the Villa, Nero, Caligola, etc. there is very little left on the site, but the view is nice.

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