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If you have been in Rome or Sevilla, this Duomo is small but rich, visit the side chapel showing the video from the visit of the pope, you can see nice catholic ornaments.
There is no fee to enter the Duomo.
Great mix of French-style gothic, Spanish-style Baroque and amazing Italian marble works! I love pietre-dure mosaics everywhere inside the church. Also the collection of silver statues and busts of saints in St. Gennaro Chapel is absolutely amazing.
I probably say this about all the Cathedrals we visit but again I must say the architecture and interior is so wonderful! It is hard to comprehend how clever and gifted these builders were all those centuries ago and it is a fitting tribute that...More
Check the opening times as they are closed for a few hours over lunchtime and for mass.
Well worth a visit - the interior is, as usual for Italy, absolutely beautiful and ornate.
It is worth paying the few euro to go into the baptistry...More
This cathedral, Gothic in design and completed in the 14th century and since then restored several times over, is the home to the Crypt and the Chapel of Naples Patron Saint, San Gennaro. Also it is where the Festival of San Gennaro, the infamous blood...More
This is a beautiful, ornate cathedral in Naples, and as has been said many times there are so many to choose from, so for religious people, those who like art and those who love architecture, there is lots to be seen. Like the rest this...More
Yes, Duomo - the cathedral - is the main church of Naples: majestic facade, impressive high columns and ornamented ceiling, nice altar and some chapels. But yet it is another big church. For me the real treasure is hidden left to the nave - there...More
As we entered the Duomo a man approached us and asked of we wanted a guide. Our default answer in "no thanks" but he (Dino) wasn't accepting that and explained that he was a volunteer and there was no charge but we were free to...More
We did not visit the Baptistry ourselves, so that I cannot speak specifically. However, if you go into the Dumo TripAdvisor page, just under the ratings split you will see a box to generate a search on a specific word. If... More
We did not visit the Baptistry ourselves, so that I cannot speak specifically. However, if you go into the Dumo TripAdvisor page, just under the ratings split you will see a box to generate a search on a specific word. If you type in baptistery you will see a number of reviews that will, hopefully, answer your question. Entry fee seems to be between 1.50 to 2 Euros. Enjoy your visit, whichever you decide to do.