We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Cathedral of San Pietro is one of the oldest buildings in the city and the main place of worship. The exterior is a mish-mash of Carrera marble and brick. It is interesting that the Cathedral is dedicated to a Saint (Peter the Apostole) and...More
All of the churches I've seen in Italy this trip, including some that are quite small, are worth a visit. This one is beautiful. However, the basilica is so spectacular, that it's easy to focus on "this is not as good" and overlook how beautiful...More
I pasted through but it was closed... four months ago. From the outside was gorgeous!!! My boyfriend's uncle said that it was bad luck we missed it because inside is very nice. He lives in Mantua. Nevermind... next time
We were able to find a parking space right by it at about 8 am, but didn't know it's the Duomo, until I looked up photos on TripAdvisor. I didn't see any signage outside the building. The sign is there after you walk in to...More
We visited the Roman Theater and the Guisti Garden then made our way back over the Ponte Pietra and headed to the Duomo. The walk to get there was very quaint and picturesque. The Duomo started in the 12th century and was built over a...More