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I have been to Monte Cassino as well as the city of Cassino (directly below the abbey). There's nothing in Cassino itself worth seeing (it's a modern city since it was destroyed in WW2). Monte Cassino along with the nearby Polish cemetary are definitely worth a visit. Is there something in particular you would like to know about the city? I'm sorry I can't help you with Subiaco.

Sarah, how did you get the MonteCassino ? I will be coming from Rome and want to do a day trip either here or to Subiaco.

Sonny, I have family in Aquino (about 10 min. away) & my cousin took me. If you're going by train, there are taxis in Cassino and I would imagine they could take you up to the abbey. If you're driving, there's an exit for Cassino off the A1. Also, if driving, watch going up the road to the abbey -- there are a lot of tour buses that go up and down and the road zig zags up the side of the moutain & it's not very wide.

I have been to Monte Cassino as well as the city of Cassino (directly below the abbey). There's nothing in Cassino itself worth seeing (it's a modern city since it was destroyed in WW2). Monte Cassino along with the nearby Polish cemetary are definitely worth a visit. Is there something in particular you would like to know about the city? I'm sorry I can't help you with Subiaco.

Sarah, how did you get the MonteCassino ? I will be coming from Rome and want to do a day trip either here or to Subiaco.

Sonny, I have family in Aquino (about 10 min. away) & my cousin took me. If you're going by train, there are taxis in Cassino and I would imagine they could take you up to the abbey. If you're driving, there's an exit for Cassino off the A1. Also, if driving, watch going up the road to the abbey -- there are a lot of tour buses that go up and down and the road zig zags up the side of the moutain & it's not very wide.

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I have been to Monte Cassino as well as the city of Cassino (directly below the abbey). There's nothing in Cassino itself worth seeing (it's a modern city since it was destroyed in WW2). Monte Cassino along with the nearby Polish cemetary are definitely worth a visit. Is there something in particular you would like to know about the city? I'm sorry I can't help you with Subiaco.

Sarah, how did you get the MonteCassino ? I will be coming from Rome and want to do a day trip either here or to Subiaco.

Sonny, I have family in Aquino (about 10 min. away) & my cousin took me. If you're going by train, there are taxis in Cassino and I would imagine they could take you up to the abbey. If you're driving, there's an exit for Cassino off the A1. Also, if driving, watch going up the road to the abbey -- there are a lot of tour buses that go up and down and the road zig zags up the side of the moutain & it's not very wide.

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