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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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  • Make sure you go up and beyond the church at Mount Lussari. The 1st 2 restaurants that are clear to see from the gondola are great, but the real charm of the village is further up and round. Its well ...  more »
  • Beautiful experience. In the small road leading to the sanctuary there are souvenir shops and restaurants. To try out.
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  • I embarked on a Saturday afternoon a walk to reach the small village atop Mount Lussari and I couldn't reach the destination because walking the path is all uphill, very exhausting and lasting several hours, began lowering the Sun once reached the Alps, I did even ten minutes away on foot and had to abandon the enterprise for the Sun was already setting and the cold that increased. Let me start by saying that there was no indication on time if not more up to a farmhouse, which was still 0.15 minutes I assume. The cable car wasn't even running for which there were no other ways to get on the mountain. Upon returning the downhill path is exhausting as much as the outward journey as it is full of gravel and slippery pieces and one must walk softly so as not to fall. I donot walk because the whole effort made to reach the small church on top is not achieved nothing since the hike was too long, tiring and once I embarked down halfway was already dark despite having started the walk in the early afternoon. Also you have to be very, very fit to undertake all the way. I hope in future to have way of getting to the top of the mountain by cable car to enjoy the scenery and the view in total relaxation.
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