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Occasional visit to the Abbey

Abbey is high in the mountains, road to it its good and in less than one hour you can be on quiet... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
Sofia, Bulgaria
Serene and quiet attraction

Slightly difficult to reach through beautiful forest roads so a very quiet and peaceful abbey to... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2016
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Via San Benedetto 2 | Via San Benedetto, 2, 50066 Vallombrosa, Reggello, Italy
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Abbey is high in the mountains, road to it its good and in less than one hour you can be on quiet and nice place above Tuscany valley. In the summer there are picnics there, concerts and people getting away from the summer hot weather....More

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Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

Slightly difficult to reach through beautiful forest roads so a very quiet and peaceful abbey to visit. The chapel, abbey and gardens really merit the trip. Interesting herb based products made at the abbey in a very traditional shop.

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Reviewed 20 August 2016

We really enjoyed our visit to Vallombrosa and we would recommend you to visit. When you visit, take a picknick blancket and food and drinks with you. They is a huge valley where you will find locals having a barbeque and enjoying their free afternoons....More

Thank Mandy T
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Recently we visited the monastery with a tour group. It is located in a beautiful setting with beautiful artwork. The chapel has some lovely statues and is quite peaceful. Be sure to stop by the shop on your way out for some homemade candies, chocolate,...More

Thank hollyrey
Reviewed 22 October 2015

The 80 something year old father welcomed our bus load of Mennonites, eager to give us an educational tour of the monastery, paintings, rooms, its activities, local connections, musical events and more. Our professional organist was able to present an impromptu 15 or 20 minute...More

Thank compost4all
Reviewed 23 May 2015

Right up in the Hills & National Forest,bring a picnic...& check that the Museum is open before you go.

Thank Dave T
Reviewed 16 February 2015

The visit of this monastery is not easy: predefined schedules of inside visit are only provided in July and August, as for the rest of the year only visits by groups (by previous reservation) are allowed. So at the "regular" visitors only the chance remains...More

4  Thank Brun066
Reviewed 9 July 2012

We decided to go to Vallombrosa to find out what inspired John Milton to write a passage about this place in his famous poem “Paradise Lost” in 1667. The route to the abbey buildings was very scenic. The woodland reminded me so much about another...More

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