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All reviews san galgano well worth a visit short walk king arthur ruined abbey magical place small restaurant definitely worth a stop abbey ruins steeped in history entrance ticket worth the effort rolling hills mid week narrow road roof tuscany
Both the Abbey and the Chapel are worth seeing and within walking distance of each other. Be sure to read about the Rock in the Sword before visiting the chapel so you can know the legend. It is believed that the legend of King Arthur...More
A cathedral without its roof. And a sword in a rock. You can see all this in San Galgano. Wonderful, magic place. Rather remote. Can be overcrowded with tourists, choose the right season and moment. Too bad the available explanations are not very rich.
For something to do when you are in the area. It is the shell of an abbey. The actual visit will take less than an hour. There is a small church on a hill next to it that has a sword embedded in a rock....More
The ruins of the monastery and on the top of hill a chapel with a Tuscan "Holy grail". Admission € 3.5 per person. Once paid, go into the ruins and then scramble into a steep hill with a very broken path. At the end you...More
Sports arenas now have convertible roofs that move aside in pleasant weather, a “convertible” building. Abbey of San Galgano was a Tuscan Cistercian monastery, now featuring roofless walls of the 13th century medieval Gothic church. Construction began in 1220, completed 60 years later, but within...More
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I am so sorry I did not check this site so my answer is late. But for others with the same question, Our bride used an Italian wedding planner who may the arrangements. You might also contact the municipality( the mayor of Chiusdino performed the ceremony.