This religious complex, also known as the Shrine of Our Lady of Grace, is one of the most-visited sanctuaries in Italy’s Livorno Hills. Visitors who make their way to this cream-colored holy place will find a quiet chapel and a network of caves that once served as a hideaway for thieves and a shelter during World War II. The sanctuary is also home to a small but detailed museum that showcases the history of miracles that have occurred here.
Visitors say the Shrine of Our Lady Grace is a magical destination with incredible views, peaceful grounds, unique history and truly beautiful interiors.
The Sanctuary is accessible via the public bus number 2. Travelers can opt to ride the funicular, hire a private taxi or walk to the location at the top of the hill. It is closed from 1 pm until 2:30 pm.