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Pieve di San Giorgio di Valpolicella

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Pieve di San Giorgio di Valpolicella

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Piazza della Pieve 22, 37015, Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella Italy
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Located in the hills just north of Verona, the picturesque vineyards of Valpolicella form one of the most prestigious wine-producing regions in Italy. On this tour, visit vineyards set in these fertile hills to taste the region's wine, including Amarone. Learn about the area’s history of winemaking from your guide and enjoy free time to explore the countryside before heading back to Verona.
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David B L wrote a review Feb 2019
Los Angeles, California8,346 contributions1,043 helpful votes
During our exploration of the Valpolicella area we were recommended to visit the Hilltop Medieval Beauty of the Pieve in San Giorgio di Valpolicella - & so glad that we took the time. It’s a classical medieval Church complex / Pieve wonderfully preserved and overlooking the quaint town. Historical & worthwhile visit! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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marcellos375 wrote a review Aug 2018
Ferrara, Italy471 contributions210 helpful votes
Simple and graceful, in the tiny village of San Giorgio on a hilltop in the Valpolicella area (beautiful view of the hills and valleys, all the way to Lake Garda), the church and the cloister attached to it are worth a visit if in the area. In order to enjoy the inside visit, you need to put a 50 cent coin in the box that will turn the lights on for a few minutes.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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MFD wrote a review Aug 2018
United Kingdom2,819 contributions296 helpful votes
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Very eerie old 8th century church with many wall frescoes but very difficult to enjoy due to the bad lighting inside the church.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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BeaglesLocos wrote a review Jul 2017
Austin, Texas142 contributions67 helpful votes
The frescos and ancient altar were can't miss historic sites. The church is built in the old Roman style and the views across the street are beautiful
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Mmarymomm wrote a review Apr 2017
Pleasanton, California1,718 contributions407 helpful votes
On the front door is a note in Italian saying to go in the door in the cloister. We tried many doors before finding the correct one. The church is dark and has many frescoes that you will want to see so be sure to bring .50 Euro coins. It lights the church for two minutes at a time. The church was built in the 12th century over an existing Lombard church. There is a fresco of the Last Supper (partially damaged), an odd one of Adam being expelled from Eden with empty sleeves and his arms and hands coming from somewhere else on his body, and others. The church is on the top of a hill and there is parking nearby.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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