Non Catholic Cemetery
The “Non Catholic Cemetery” is a garden in the heart of Rome: silent, peaceful and inspiring.
Among marvellous slender pines it contains numerous awesome monumental graves: the contrast between the shiny white marble and the green and brown of those tall trees makes this a unique and magical place.
It hosts painters, sculptors and artists, a number of scholars and several diplomats and offers shelter to a number of privileged cats as well that are cared for by some volunteers.
It also hosts the remains of British poets Shelley and Keats that spent last part of their life in the Eternal City, this is the reason why it also known as the “Lost Poets Garden”.
If you are travelling to Rome with your family or travelling alone, and would like to discover something that hardly is found on your guide, spend some quality time in the company of locals in a friendly environment, why not enjoy a travel experience with us: small group up to 8 people top, accompanied walking tour by locals, real Italian food experience and some insight on the authentic Italian way of life.