Roman Protestant Cemetery

Currently Closed
  • Address: Via Caio Cestio, 6, 00153 Rome, Italy
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  • 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

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.

  • Last entry is half an hour before closing time.

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  • Bus: 3-75-23-60-83-95-280-30-175

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  • Roman Protestant Cemetery Address: Via Caio Cestio, 6, 00153 Rome, Italy
  • Roman Protestant Cemetery Contact Number: +39-65741900
  • Roman Protestant Cemetery Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Roman Protestant Cemetery Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Roman Protestant Cemetery(preferred time): 10:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Roman Protestant Cemetery: 00:30 Mins
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  • 5.73% of people who visit Rome include Roman Protestant Cemetery in their plan

  • 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

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Roman Protestant Cemetery

People normally club together Porta Portese Market and Centrale Montemartini while planning their visit to Roman Protestant Cemetery.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • One of the most intriguing hidden gems of Rome. A non-catholic cemetery where prominent and ordinary people from different nations are buried. The cemetery is very well taken care of and the tombstones are literally pieces of artisanship. Indeed this places has a unique atmosphere! Do not miss it if you ever come to this area.

  • A worthwhile visit. I had a personal reason for visiting but some interesting people buried here

  • Great spot from where to see Piramide and one of the nicest cemeteries I visited. The cats were a nice addition.

  • Beautiful place, kind of oasis like. It has a bunch of famuos peoples graves and the giant piramid. There is a bunch of semi feral cats living there who probably draw more visitors than the graves of Keats and Shelley... Alas, the piramid itself is only accessible on four days per month, so if you want to have a look inside, you need to look that up first

  • Can't miss it! Used to take my students in a joint visit to the Keats and Shelley Memorial House at the Spanish Steps. Easy to reach by bus 83 or line B metro, Piramide stop. Would suggest 23rd February as the anniversary of John Keats's death. Other historical figures were buried there. Benches have been fixed in the open field to feel the quietness of the place. Superb restoration of the neighbouring Caius Cestius Pyramid.

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