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Chiesetta di San Giovanni

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Chiesetta di San Giovanni

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Frazione Santa Maddalena 39 Val di Funes, 39040, Funes Italy
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From Bolzano: The Episcopal City of Bressanone, Novacella Abbey and Funes Valley
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From Bolzano: The Episcopal City of Bressanone, Novacella Abbey and Funes Valley

Firstly, a  guided city tour around the Episcopal city of Bressanone that combines Medieval-Baroque atmosphere with modern lifestyle and a fascinating alpine world. Secondly, we visit one of the most important monasteries of central Europe, the Augustinian Abbey of Novella, located only 5 minute away from Bressanonne city. And finally, just 20 minutes from Bressanone we will discover the idyllic Funes Valley with the magnificent Dolomites as a background. 
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Kij N wrote a review Oct 2019
Bangkok, Thailand28 contributions6 helpful votes
The church is located in the very good location which is surrounded by green field with Dolomites background. Worth to visit but need to check the weather or you won’t see the mountain background in cloudy day. There is some public parking nearby with fees. You have to pay for access at the entrance & make sure that you have enough coins.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Hugo P. wrote a review Aug 2019
Ortisei, Italy64 contributions9 helpful votes
It's a petty that they closed the entrance to the church, and you have to pay to arrive close to it (because obviously it can't be that people go through the grass from all sides), but when you are there you will seriously ask yourselves if all that beauty can be true. I saw it on a sunny cloudless day, so who has the possibility choose to visit it at a day of nice wheather
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ucartech wrote a review Aug 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia1,577 contributions304 helpful votes
This is small church in the middle of green meadow in Ranui, Val di Funes. The access to the church is by walking the green grass path leading to the church. The view of Puez Geissler Odle mountain in the background makes the church is picture perfect photo spot. This is one of the two best spot of Dolomites church. Even just small spot, lots of pictures left memorable place in Dolomites area.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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GlobeTrip78 wrote a review Jul 2019
Cambrils, Spain1,237 contributions135 helpful votes
Entering in the church costs 4€, it's a sheer business. A real pity, because it's a religious area. You can make the photos in the distance, without paying a lot.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Mahdeeyo wrote a review Oct 2018
San Diego, California784 contributions67 helpful votes
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The church itself is charming and approachable. There is a nice hotel where we had coffee and cake and then could easily walk to the church. There are roped fences to keep you in the path close to the church so you are not allowed to just wander the valley. If you choose to wait for sunset and try and take the magnificent photo with the mountains you must walk back along the wooden fence and stand in an area with numerous photographers. We were lucky enough to get the incredible shot that photographers from all over the world travel here to capture. We flew our drone and saw others who were far more adventurous with their drones.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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