Although the chapel is normally closed to the public, guided tours of the chapel are on offer from the end of June to the beginning of September. Info and bookings at the Tourist Information Office.
The St. Valentin church surrounded by meadows and fields, with the Schlern massif in the background, the small church of St. Valentin offers a real idyllic scene. The construction is of great historical and artistic value with precious frescos from the 14th and the 15th century. A peculiarity (among others): the painter has tried to include the local landscape as background in its representation of the three Kings.
The church St. Valentin lies in St. Valentin near Seis am Schlern.
From the tourist office of Seis you go ahead to the post office, another 30 meters ahead, then you turn right in direction St. Valentin. From there you walk about 15 minutes uphill until you reach directly the church.
There is an underground car park behind the petrol station and the bus station in Seis where you can park for a fee. There is also a chargeable underground car park at the valley station of the aerial cableway Seis-Seiser Alm.
The St. Valentin Church - Beauty and Love
The starting point of the tour is easily and comfortably accessible by public transport: By bus line 170 from Kastelruth or Völs am Schlern to the main bus station of Seis am Schlern.