Visitors will be subjected to a temperature control at the entrance, will have to wear a mask and for the duration of their visit, they must maintain the interpersonal distance of at least m. 1.50. Free visits in groups of max 8 people departing every 30 minutes starting at 10:00 am. Reservations required for groups (not exceeding 8 people), strongly recommended for all visitors. People who do not have a reservation will be able to enter the site only if there are vacant places left. The reservation must be made by 1pm on the Thursday before the weekend in which you intend to visit the complex. Info and reservations: Associazione In Collina email: email@example.com
Although the legend traces its foundation to Charlemagne, the first document in which the Ecclesia of Santa Maria di Vezzolano is mentioned dates back to 1095: it was the investiture of Teodulo and Egidio as officiales, with the commitment to adhere to some shared precepts and to live according to the canonical rule, probably that of St. Augustine, later attested in Vezzolano by papal seals of 1176 and 1182. In 1937 the complex was sold to the State and handed over to the Superintendence of Architectural Heritage.