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Took the funicular to see this place..

We wanted to just go to the top by riding the funicular but didn't realize that the Basilica was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Anthony C
Caserta, Italy
Great place to visit , history & fab views

We got the Funivia up to the top of the mountain as high as you can go in Gubbio i would think... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bolton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We wanted to just go to the top by riding the funicular but didn't realize that the Basilica was way up top. it was like a big party up there. People right outside the Basilica having picnics. The Basilica itself offers AMAZING views and the...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We got the Funivia up to the top of the mountain as high as you can go in Gubbio i would think . There is the Basilica & a convent built next to it. There are also a couple of cafe bars at the top...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Small and intimate but worth the terrifying trip in the cable car to get there. Outside and surrounding area offered spectacular views of Gubbio

Thank Nicki B
Reviewed 7 June 2018

Located a short walk from the top station of the Funivia Calle Eletto or bird on a wire is this church. Ubaldo was the patron saint of Gubbio and he was entombed up here. It was a very serene church to be in. There was...More

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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

This was our second time visiting Gubbio, the previous time in 2016. It was great fun again getting the funivia up to the top. We brought a small picnic this time and it was nice to sit looking out at the view. We then went...More

Thank PollyDublin30
Reviewed 24 May 2018

In this church at 900 metres above sea level, rest the body of Saint Ubaldo. Restaurants and bars nearby, beautiful view.

Thank Antonio G
Reviewed 20 January 2018

OK, if you're fortunate to celebrate the Festa dei Ceri in May, you can watch the Ceri go into the church and witness an amazing religious event. Even without all that excitement, it's worth taking the Funivia Colle Eletto up to the church for a...More

Thank Mr L
Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

Caught a five minute cable lift (standing) ride the 1000 metres or so it takes to reach the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo, a Roman Catholic church atop Mount Ingino, outside central  Gubbio. The church houses the body of the patron saint of Gubbio, Saint Ubaldo (the 12th-century Bishop Ubaldo...More

Thank trnewmo
Reviewed 11 October 2017

If you're brave you'll take the furnicular to reach the Basilica set high on the hill overlooking Gubbio's Old Town. The two person maximum, stand-in cage carries you away from the hubbub of the town and to the peace and tranquility of the Basilica where...More

Thank alanroberts619
Reviewed 8 October 2017

We went up Monte Ingino by the Funivia, which was great fun. We wandered round to the Basilica and were admiring the beautiful stained glass windows, when a violinist started playing Ave Maria. We realised that the church was decorated for a wedding, which was...More

Thank Helen G
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