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It's worth a visit if you are in the area, but I wouldn't go driving there just for the Oratory. It is quite interesting and amazing.
Fun fact: If you have a brain fart like my husband and me and forgot what the hell an...More
This old stone church was worth experiencing even through it was really packed with tour buses and tourists during our late afternoon visit. It is hard to imagine the ingenuity of building such a structure to last the centuries. With only one small door and...More
Stopped to see this, paid a little fee and opened the door. It’s a hike from the check in to the oratory but the views are amazing and cool history. Then back down where we found Shamus. The fellow who works there was so helpful...More
Simply amazing! Hard to believe that this was constructed over 1000 years ago. Drive past the main entrance and park in the small lot on the left. A short walk through the gate and down the lane to the Oratory.
Worth a visit once just to say you’ve seen it. It’s not the most interesting place in the world, but it was high tech at one time. If you’re in the area, see it. Don’t go out of your way to see it, though.
Skip the first "free" car park you come to where they'll end up charging you 3 Euro to go in and drive further up the narrow lane to find a free car park with a short walk over to the Oratory. Incredibly preserved church built...More