Roman Protestant CemeteryCurrently Closed
- Address: Via Caio Cestio, 6, 00153 Rome, Italy
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-65741900
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Statue, Cemetery, Family And Kids, Tomb
Roman Protestant Cemetery - Review
Keeping true to the tradition and heritage of Rome, the Protestant Cemetery in Rome is one of the must see places for those people who just can’t get enough of sophisticated, old-world morbidity. This old cemetery built in 1738 is a sight to behold because of the ornate tomb stones, fantastic statues and not to mention a few celebrity graves.
This place is sure to provide a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the main city. Adorned by fabulous natural landscapes and a lot of Mediterranean and European trees such as cypress and pomegranate, the cemetery lives up to its official name, Cimitero acattolico which means non-catholic cemetery. This is the final resting place of poets John Keats and Shelley.
A must see place in Rome, the Roman Protestant Cemetery is a sombre attraction of much interest. Since this is a cemetery, there are no tickets for Roman Protestant Cemetery. However, as you book tickets for Roman Protestant Cemetery tours with us, you get a chance to learn about this place in a clearer manner. Roman Protestant Cemetery tickets offer you a detailed historical and cultural understanding of this place. Dont worry! Roman Protestant Cemetery ticket prices aren’t going to cost you a lot.
Roman Protestant Cemetery Hours
- Last entry is half an hour before closing time.
How To reach Roman Protestant Cemetery by Public Transport
- Subway to Piramide station, Line B
- Bus: 3-75-23-60-83-95-280-30-175
Restaurants Near Roman Protestant Cemetery
- Pinsere Roma – Pizzeria
- Lo Scopettaro – Traditional gourmet Italian
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Things to Know Before Visiting Roman Protestant Cemetery
5.76% of people who visit Rome include Roman Protestant Cemetery in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
58.82% of people start their Roman Protestant Cemetery visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Roman Protestant Cemetery
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Roman Protestant Cemetery
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Roman Protestant Cemetery, Rome Reviews
Beautiful graves and in between cats from the animal shelter running around :) Enter at the location of the cemetery marked on the map, the other entrances are closed even during opening times.
One of my highlights of Rome, spent a couple of hours here after a day at the colosseum and it did not disappoint! Stunning graves, beautiful scenery and lots of cats! (If that’s your thing!) def recommend
A magic place. I had always wanted to come here to see John Keats grave. It was amazing and so it's the location, close to the Pyramid. Out of the usual touristic attraction circle. A bit difficult to spot even using a GPS. And locals are not the most friendly people to ask for directions in Rome.
A lush and peaceful oasis in the city. Even if you are not into famous people's graves the place will offer you an intriguing glimpse to the life and death of foreigners in Rome. Also, very friendly cats :)
Famous acattolico cemetery called "English Cemetery" located behind the Pyramid of Cestius. Beautiful site. Famous world famous artists are buried. As a custom you can stop to enjoy peace and tranquility. Held beautifully. One feels enveloped by the culture and serenity of artistic souls. Magical moments and in the days of the Roman spring there is a bit of detachment from the hectic life of the Italian Capital of Culture. Excellent is not enough to define the monument.