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Santuario di San Romedio, Coredo
(4.6/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web)
Santuario di San Romedio offers a glimpse into nearly a millennium of the area's religious history. Explore the sanctuary's five churches, constructed in different architectural styles between the 1000 and 1918. A 130-step staircase connects the different buildings and ends at a lookout atop the highest tower. Parking is available nearby, but those with mobility issues might want to avoid the sometimes-steep walk to the sanctuary. Make Santuario di San Romedio part of your personalized Predaia itinerary using our Predaia vacation trip planner.
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Reviews
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  • Already the walk is wonderful. A walk of about an hour on a path of wooden walkways between rocks and cliffs. But they certainly do not expect to see emerge in all its Majesty this unique Hermitage. One remains speechless as children and awed there you add up the last steps. And then it keeps on rising, rising ... admiring a succession of churches built on top of each other until you get out on a small balcony directly overlooking! Outstanding really. Just visiting one understands this thrill! We saw also the brown bear ... Quiet and peaceful in his Park.
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  • Wonderful hiking destination, which can be reached in various ways. We took a narrow safe path that moved into the rock wall the Canyon along.
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  • Climb to San Romedio the path carved into the rock is a unique experience. Then the Church or churches, one over the other accessible internally through stairs and tunnels. Do not miss a visit to the bear, solitary and sad in his enclosure.
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  • This is a very beautiful and silent little place. Go up to the astonishing old cemetery for the best view. Just uphill and then to the left some stairs up.
  • From the parking lot near the Raetian Museum begins the itinerary to the Hermitage of San Romedio. The trail, except for the last uphill towards the Hermitage, is all. Enters initially in a forest and then continues in a suggestive path carved into the rock. The path is not particularly difficult however is not viable with prams or buggies; It's quite safe because there is always a strong and high parapet on the side of the precipice and a steel cable on the rock, although at some points you have to watch your head (protective helmets are provided) and you should wear appropriate footwear. The Hermitage is suggestive, perched on a rock spur, overlooking the valley below. It would have been nice to have seen the bear (whose fence is adjacent to the Hermitage), but probably was already in letargo...in summer!?
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  • Beautiful sanctuary! Located at the bottom of a Gorge in the mountains by a Creek. Just arrived you can find an enclosure where they sometimes find a bear, of which the Saint's protector. In the main building you can visit various chapels and shrines. On top of a small terrace from which you can enjoy fantastic views over the Gorge. Also to get there you can take a bus and drive alongside the Creek on the way down her throat, or walk on a beautiful trail located in the mountain side.
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  • Very nice, this Sanctuary perched on the rock and in the Woods. It can be reached through 2-3 different walking trails, all interesting. And don't miss the bear, is often near the fence walking!
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  • San Romedio crowd of believers but since many faithful who use the toilet only available to more frequent cleaning is required. Yesterday 21.08.2016 was in INDECENT Do pay but keep it clean please why use a toilet in those conditions is quite an undertaking. Greetings to the prior
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