4.5 based on 134 reviews
We spent time at the different Cemeteries devoted to the WWII dead... the British cemetery here, the US cemetery at Nettuno, the Polish cemetery at Cassino. Each has its own style. Here it is much more personal, with notations on many monuments and little personalized Gardens. A moving experience, fitting memorial to the WWII dead.
4 based on 324 reviews
A Site of European Importance, the park shows you what the coastline looked like before the lido and the Beaches were developed. Beautiful place with several different habitats: the coastal dunes, a coastal forest of Mediterranean evergreens and oaks that covered the entire Lazio coast in the past, streams & wetlands with their different sorts of vegetation, and an ancient sulphur mining site. A remarkable and rare landscape with many different sorts of birds and animals.
4 based on 454 reviews
Our B&B with harbor views seemed nice in the pictures but we could hardly sleep at night due to the large amount of teen agers loitering on the harbor square till late drinking and shouting profanities. It's strange that such a upscale resort such as Anzio allows such behavior. We will definitely not stay here again. It was an unpleasant and unnecessary inconvenience.
4 based on 161 reviews
Anzio BeachHead Museum that's the exact name-next to the Archeology Museum- it tell the battles around Anzio un World War II, I met an American volunteer that fight there- it's was a real story, Only one problem the German forces have an equal exhibition to the Allied forces/
No paying but a donation
4.5 based on 61 reviews
A must see for anyone. The structure is fantastic. The church is very holy and serene.The infant of Prague is also there,so if you are in need of a favour go!!!
4 based on 131 reviews
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.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
We had the best lunch at this little beach cafe, so fresh and delicious. I think it's Anzio's best kept secret because it's frequented by locals and Italian's on holiday, without the usual tourist mad rush. It's a lovely little cafe with great service and a private beach. Both are very clean and right on the beach which is a great place to relax after you've gorged yourself! Hint, try the spaghetti with vongole (little clams), it is so worth it!! But the best thing is that they speak English, this is not so common for Italian establishments I've found. Yes there are lots of stairs to get down and up again, but the trip is well worth it!!!
5 based on 27 reviews
Panificio per me storico dal momento che mi recavo lì con mia nonna quando ero piccolo.
Oggi nulla è cambiato: stessa varietà e qualità del pane, anche i dolci sono buonissimi: crostate di frutta, rotolo con Nutella e cornetti riempiti lì per lì con la marmellata, se li si vuole farciti.
Prezzo un po' elevato per alcuni prodotti, ma prorzionato alla qualità.
Unico lato negativo l'eccessiva fila di mattina, forse una persona in più solo per quest'orario?
4 based on 46 reviews
looking for another beach, I stumbled upon this little gem that it is nestled between the hills of anzio and the Mediterranean, and is a very nice place to relax…
The water quality is excellent, the beach is well-kept and the restaurant looks delicious…
it is easy to reach from Rome by public transportation, so a well worth alternative to the overcrowded ostia Beaches.
however, come early because if you're going to look for a sunbed and then umbrella they are all gone by midday… Don't be fooled if you see a lot of empty chairs on the beach those are all reserved and will fill up…
5 based on 14 reviews
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