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Cassino is an Italian town located in the Frosinone province, and is situated at the foot of Monte Cairo where the Gari and Liri rivers meet. Cassino began thousands of years ago as a Volsci tribal settlement named "Casinum" in the 3rd century BC. Today the town is well known for the Battle of Monte Cassino during World War Two, in which German paratroopers held the historic Abbey atop Monte Cassino against several Allied assaults. Visitors to the town will be delighted with the wide array of historical and cultural attractions, as well as the lively shopping opportunities and night life scene. Finding your ideal hotel in Cassino can be a stressful experience, especially if you have certain budget expectations. With, you find your ideal hotel in Cassino with the help of thousands of user submitted reviews, photo galleries of hotel rooms, and a Google maps location.

What's Cassino Like?

Aside from the historic aspect of the town, there are plenty of modern attractions including shopping streets, a lively nightlife, and unique sightseeing opportunities. Of course, the most famous and iconic attraction is the Abbey of Monte Cassino which was founded by St. Benedict in 529 AD. The Museo Archeologico (Archaeological Museum) is also a treat for history buffs, packed with Roman and Etruscan artifacts. War walkers will be interested in viewing both the Cassino War Cemetery and Polish Cemetary for a sobering reminder of the long siege. The rugged and lush terrain surrounding the city is ideal for hill walking and exploration, and of course there are also guided tours of the area on offers, particularly around the Abbey and other conflict sites.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cassino

Many Italians in this region will likely speak English due to the high volume of tourist traffic, and are regarded as being hospitable, engaging, and friendly; just try not to be confused by the animated way in which they speak. If you bring along a pocket phrase book and memorize a few key phrases, then you will surely impress some of the locals. You can find the local tourist information office on Piazza de Gasperi 10 for all the latest details regarding local festivals and attractions. Cassino is centrally located between Rome and Naples, all three of which are connected via the same railway line, acting as the ideal place to begin your adventure through Italy. You can have a look at the website to see the location of your hotel in Cassino so you can plan your holiday in advance.