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This is a great area of the city to wander around. You area near a gem of a restaurant -- La Cantina di Via Sapienza. If you want good, authentic Neopolitan food, cooked by the Nonna, be sure to have a meal there! (Actually at...More
Il Duomo di Napoli (Naple's Cathedral) is one of the religious wonders of the Parthenopean architecture and displays an austere but superb white Gothic façade. Its fine marbles and frescoes embellish the interior of the church and are representative of the grandeur of the Kingdom...More
The cathedral in Naples is huge, and there is a lot to see inside. Unfortunately, there wasn't a huge amount of information to read inside. There was a copy of 'Le Sette Opere di Misericordia' by Caravaggio (I say copy, it was actually a poster!)...More
The most interesting thing about the Duomo is the Baptistry which is said to be the oldest in the Western World and founded by Emperor Constantine. This is through another chapel and a small fee is required. The Baptistry is not always open , mornings...More
The Cathedral of Naples (or Duomo) is dedicated to St Gennaro - here you can descend into the crypt and view his remains. The cathedral is divided into several areas. The main part consists of the Cathedral proper with several chapels and a marvellous sculptured...More
The Cattedrale di San Gennaro is the main church of Naples and is named in honor of the city's patron saint Januarius, but is actually dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was completed in the 14th century but was built on...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.