Activities for a Rainy Day in Bormio

What to Do in Bormio When it Rains

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  • zagorteeenay
    Milan, Italy19 contributions
    a museum with a little historical things about the life in the mountain. You will see area dedicated to Passo Stelvio and something belongs to world war I
    Written 9 July 2015
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  • often_crabby-travele
    Saint Paul, MN388 contributions
    This entire town is lovely. I think not many Americans have heard of it, but it came recommended by two Swiss.
    Written 30 September 2017
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  • Jen G
    Jacksonville, FL173 contributions
    While strolling through the historic center of Bormio, you come upon this tiny, ancient church. The bright frescos are well-preserved.
    I would like a guide. Perhaps that s something the Civic Museum offers. I'm not sure.
    Written 25 March 2017
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  • Wendy119186363
    Reading, UK1,532 contributions
    This church can easily be by passed as you walk through Bormio Centro storico. It is open late afternoon certainly. The interior is truly beautiful, so colourful and the ceilings are superb with their paintings. The nave is elaborate, and the confession areas makes a contrast to the surroundings by their simplicity. I am not religious yet inside it is serene and peaceful .
    Written 29 August 2016
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  • LockStockandTravel
    Speers Point, Australia522 contributions
    A visit to Bormio isn't complete unless you spend some time off the bike or without the skis and explore the old town!!

    The village enjoys some wonderful little churches that each display their own architectural qualities as does Chiesa di San Vitale. This church sits close to the western edge of the old town and is easy to find, it's located close to cafes and bars that can fuel a visit and if your significant other enjoys shopping, then a prayer or two may be warranted!!
    Written 10 September 2014
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  • Wilalb
    Bergamo, Italy62 contributions
    Lovely shop very well stocked with local yumminess to bring back home. Staff friend and well prepared. The stop here is a must.
    Written 12 April 2017
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  • James H
    Medway, UK286 contributions
    I visited on an all day pass which cost €26 plus the cost of a hair net!

    The changing rooms and lockers are accessed by a bracelet given at the payment desk.

    Outside was a main grassed area where the majority of people were sunbathing. Around here were two outdoor pools, one with jacuzzi beds (they weren't all working). Indoors there were children's pools, a slide, steam room, sauna, plunge pool and more terraces. All were accessible for the entry price.

    There was a cafe and the prices were reasonable and paid for by a tap of your bracelet which was a good system.

    It was warm enough I managed to burn the sole of my foot on a short walk to the pool!

    Overall a nice place to visit, my only negative being the showers which were open and lacked privacy, maybe it's a European thing.

    After cycling for three days it was the perfect way to end our trip.
    Written 18 June 2019
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