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Santuario della Madonna di Monte Berico

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Lovely church with a mural by Paolo Veronese behind the courtyard. The church is really two... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Danny5660
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A beautiful site on the mountain top with sweeping vistas of Vicenza below. We were there on a... read more

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely church with a mural by Paolo Veronese behind the courtyard. The church is really two churches in one, with the "old church" inside the newer one. We enjoyed the archaeological museum as well.

Thank Danny5660
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A beautiful site on the mountain top with sweeping vistas of Vicenza below. We were there on a moon-lit evening and it was stunning at sunset.

Thank Annette B
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

This beautiful church was near our hotel. We visited and I briefly saw the inside as there was a service ongoing. They had an interesting small museum with archaeological items. At the car park there is a fabulous view of Vicenza, well worth visiting just...More

Thank EmilyFS
Reviewed 30 April 2018

A long uphill walk under loggias protecting from bad weather connects the city to the Santuario, sitting on top of Monte Berico and containing a gorgeous Supper of St. Gregory by Paolo Veronese (1572). This church is busy with pilgrims all year long.

Thank opossumd
Reviewed 19 February 2018

Everytime I bring someone new to Vicenza, I take them to the top of the hill overlooking the city to see the position of the church, it's arcades that lead up the mountain, and, the amazing view from it's front yard (which is the parking...More

Thank garyp281
Reviewed 11 December 2017

I walked here from Vicenza's city center; the walk is a nice walk and it really doesn't take that long - maybe 15 or 20 minutes? I missed the turn to walk under the carved archway on the way up, but I'm glad I did...More

Thank KPfeff
Reviewed 28 October 2017

While visiting Vicenza, put on some good walking shoes and make the climb to Monte Berico; you won't be disappointed. With beautiful 15th century architecture splendidly preserved, a tremendous walkway of 150 arches, an enticing legend of the peasant, Vincenza Pasini and spectacular views of...More

Thank raysalden
Reviewed 15 September 2017

We visited Vicenza to see friends while we were staying in Padua and we were wonderfully surprised by the beauty of the old city. So many of the buildings were designed by the architect Palladio that Vicenza is called "The City of Palladio". It is...More

Thank Angela H
Reviewed 6 September 2017

It's the location that makes it so special, but also the cloister and several high quality paintings.

Thank sosthen
Reviewed 14 August 2017

The Basilica is nothing to write home about the views from the parking lot in front of the Basilica are fantastic. Here are the coordinates for getting to the parking lot: 45° 32’ 07 .99” N 11° 32’ 42.33” E.

Thank Eric M
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Of course since there is a slope upwards in front of the entrance
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Of course but since there is a slope upwards it can be particularly hard to push the wheel chair but on foot but it is a pleasant walking
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