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Turin, Italy: Sacra di San Michele

About Sacra di San Michele:

Monastery of Sacre di San Michele in Italy (near Turin)

This medieval monastery is dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel.

And the view from here is one of the main attractions.

Sacra di San Michelle is one of the seven sacred sites along an imaginary line stretching from Ireland to Israel,  known as The Sword of Saint Michael“.

Traveling to Sacra di San Michelle:

Located in the Commune of Turin, it is a short 30 minute train ride from the city of Turin.  You take the train from Turin to Avigliana.  From there you take a taxi up to the Sacra.

From the 1st of April to the 1st of November 2018, on Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and during all non-working days (Easter Monday; 25 April, 1st Mai, 2nd June, 15 August, 1st November), there is a bus service from Avigliana. Price: 4€ both ways.

Address:  Via alla Sacra, 14, 10057 Sant’Ambrogio di Torino TO, Italy

Tel:  +39 011 939130 Fax. +

email: info@sacradisanmichele.com

Click here for the official website of Sacra di San Michele

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