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I like to visit all churches in all places I visit. I found very interesting the building of this place. I prefer to write my opinions in Spanish, I am argentine, that is why I can´t say all I would like to express about places...More
One of the best things to do in Rapallo. After the chuch walk to ll pellegrino restaurant where you will get a fantastic capachino with stunning views. It's a pity that there are no night time buses running here-a great place for an evening meal.
Nothing overly special about this church but it is a great trip up in the cable car. You get some good views from the front of the church but even better views from the cafe 150 metres behind the church.
When finished with the church...More
We took the cable car to reach the hill, some steps up and you reach the magnificent Sanctuary. From there the view is outstanding, you see the city, hills and the great blue of the sea.
The Sanctuary itself is a piece of art, not...More
The journey up the mountain via cable car is a great experience in itself with fabulous views and transition into a different, more peaceful place.
The church is beautiful with woodlands around it and old charming stations of the cross not far behind it. The...More
We took the cable car up to the top of the hill, primarily to get a good look at the entire city of Rapallo. We were pleasantly surprised by the cute little church at the top that had painted stained glass and pretty mosaics. It...More
Enjoy the inexpensive finicular (cable car) that takes you from the modest parking lot to the very top of the mountains where this church sits above Rapallo. There is a stairway but you''d have to be nuts to try to climb either up or down....More