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Mt Lussari, Tarvisio
(4.8/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Discover the picture-perfect ski village of Mt Lussari, known for its 16th-century church and steeple overlooking the surrounding whitewashed chalets. When dusted with fluffy snow, the all-white village appears quite magical. You can access the peaceful mountainside village by cable car. The modest selection of amenities includes restaurants and souvenir shops. Opt to ski at the nearby resorts, or simply sit back and enjoy the stunning panoramic views offered at the top of the mountain restaurant. Using our online itinerary creator, Tarvisio attractions like Mt Lussari can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • It's worth coming up here to get closer to the sky. Place of worship almost millennial, is set in a ring of mountains of rare beauty. Landscape, gastronomy and possibility of meditation are the elements that characterize this cluster of houses hugging each other at nearly 1800 m.
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  • We reached the Monte Santo di Lussari with modern cableway which leaves from Camporosso: on the way up we enjoyed a beautiful view of the valley below. You reach the top, we visited the small village and the picturesque Marian shrine. The sacred building, 14th-century origin, was rebuilt after being bombed during World War I. Is a place of pilgrimage to Austria, Italy and Slovenia.
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  • I had raved about my friends from Friuli and disappointed despite was unable to fully appreciate the place and its potential as it was foggy. They told me that the landscape is vast and distant mountains are seen; votrrà say I will be back to enjoy it fully and maybe we ascended on foot as I've seen it done by a large number of hikers. I took the cable car that takes you almost inside the village. This is a jewel, an amenity. We did twice round and twice also went into the sanctuary where the celebration of Holy Mass takes place in four languages German Italian and Slovenian Latin, and in the end it was nice shaking hands with neighbors LL with a bl smile. Enjoyed the tour behind the altar at the end of the special delivery of santino. GO THERE
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