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Madonna del Ghisallo has a long and fascinating history linking it to the sport of cycling. This famous hill,whit its spectacular views, is in fact an iconic lacation for cyclist of all ages and categories.
Chance upon this place. As i am a cyclist, found this place amazing. Now that i know there is a church and god for cyclist. Did not tour the museum as i am not a history person. It is a nice place for a drive...More
Wonderful collection of cycling artifacts presented in a modern facility. I visited after riding up from Bellagio and the whole experience was fantastic for avid cyclists. Thoroughly recommended for anyone with any interest in cycling history. It does have an Italian bias but that is...More
Was in Bellagio with my wife and rented a road bike and rode up from town. It is like nothing I've ever seen. I hadn't really researched it, but knew of it. If you are a cyclist this is like nothing else in the world...More
Combining this museum with a visit to the Madonna del Ghisallo made for a lovely day. And do not judge it based on the entrance alone. Once, inside it is quite impressive, especially if you follow cycling. There could have been more english translations of...More
What an interesting collection of cycling memorabilia and historical bikes at this great little museum. Located next to the church of the patron saint of cyclists. Church had an incredible array of memorabilia too. Well worth a look
This new museum (2006) is a gem in the mountains above Bellagio. It is wonderfully laid out with lots of interesting items. While there is a heavy Italian emphasis, it is truly a museum for cycling. One the gentlemen who worked there, gave us a...More
Il Ghisallo surely deserves it's place as one the the great cycle climbs in Europe.
The cycling museum and chapel at the top are both well worth a visit, even if you didn't cycle there.
The ride is a hard climb out of Bellagio, followed...More
This gem of a museum sits in a spectacular spot, adjacent to the chapel of the La Madonna del Ghisallo – patron saint of cycling – and 600 metres above Bellagio, offering spectacular views of Lake Como to the North and East. Together with the...More