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Church of the Assumption

Bled Island, Bled, Slovenia
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This 17th century church appears to float in the middle of the town's lake.
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Bled Island, Bled, Slovenia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Having been rowed over in a traditional rowing boat I made sure to ring the bell in the church, whilst making a wish. Great chance to take photographs at a height of the surroundings.

Thank Caradon6
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited the Church during my visit to Bled Island.Beautiful and serene. The interior is well decorated and encompasses the feeling of spirituality. You may pull on the rope and ring the bell which seems traditional with the locals.You have to pay a nominal fee to...More

Thank Sewpersads
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

A lovely stop if you have time where a guide explained the tradition of the bell ringing. It was brief but added another touch to the overall loveliness of Lake Bled. Not a myst see but something to add to your Slovenian database.

Thank suzanne v
Reviewed 4 July 2017

This church is most photographed from places not on the island because of the gorgeous backdrop but it is worth the cost and time of the boat ride out to see the church, ring the bell, and climb the tower (only 90 steps!!)

Thank Scott H
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

I really enjoyed a quick look inside this church while on The Island. It is quite lovely and simple. The traditional bell ringing is quite nice and a fun thing to do. The church really makes the island look special from afar.

Thank shari w
Reviewed 22 June 2017

The church is truly beautiful and on the day we visited there were two weddings held (one straight after the other). Don't be fooled that you have to walk the 99 steps up to the church once you leave the small boat ramp because you...More

Thank Pauline K
Reviewed 21 June 2017

You can get on the island by hiring a rowboat and row for yourself or get on a larger boat which is rowed by someone. The church is lovely, but almost always crowded by people from all over the world, looking forward to ring the...More

Thank nicebeard
Reviewed 16 June 2017

Church of the Assumption on Bled Island, Bled, Slovenia is an active Catholic Church and is open to the public. All visitors must take a boat to Bled Island. We were able to participate with the Bride and Groom and the wedding party. The reception...More

2  Thank SavantIII_11
Reviewed 16 June 2017

This is a lovely small church in beautiful Slovenia. The simplicity of the structure belies the interesting interior.

Thank natalieing
Reviewed 9 June 2017

This church is on an island in the middle of lake Bled. You must go there when in Bled. You take the small boat and climb the steps to reach the church. The church is well maintained and it is one of the very few...More

Thank john_dantas
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Response from redeco | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, access from the boat dock to the church is via 99 stone steps. This is the only access to the Church of the Assumption You can verify this info on Wheelchair World's Website