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The first thing we saw when arriving in Amalfi and looking for our hotel was the Duomo as it was on dusk and the Church was illuminated- it is so huge and so very beautiful indeed. Many people sit on the steps so we waited...More
An unexpected surprise in the main square in Amalfi. Beautiful outside and in. The crypt is worth the price of admission. We have witnessed 2 weddings during our stay. Lucky brides to be married in such an opulent setting. The only way in is up...More
This spiritual gem tucked away in Amalfi is a true wonder. The locally produced ceramic tiles that adorn the bell tower is breathtaking. The facade is intricate. The interior is conducive to prayer. Speaks to the strength of the Catholic Faith here.
We paid the small fee to look around the cloisters and crypt of this beautiful building. The crypt is like no other I've visited. The incredible decoration was way beyond what I expected, in it's grandeur. I guess the grandeur was fitting, considering the remains...More
An inspiring historical visit, superbly set out museum, humbling basilica, you don’t need to be religious to be impressed by the history within this building; amazing centre of calm while just metres from the clamouring streets of Amalfi.
The exterior of the cathedral is delightful,A mixture of periods and influences and made up of different coloured marble. The steep steps up to the cathedral make the access difficult for the old and infirm but looks very impressive. It is 3 euros to visit...More
The only way to get into the Amalfi Duomo during the daytime is to pay 3 euros to visit the cloisters, diocesan museum and the Duomo, The cloisters were very pretty and there were not too many tourists around. They contain some lovely examples of...More
Unlike the big museums in Florence, Venice, and Rome, with their big crowds and fast pace, the Duomo in Amalfi, with its associated museum is a place of peace and quiet where you can think about the items on display, examine them carefully, linger as...More
Response from Tommaso612 | Reviewed this property |
Stranamente i vari siti che si occupano del Duomo di Amalfi non specificano gli orari apertura durante il mese di ottobre. Con ogni probabilità sono tutti ispirati a un unico sito, ove per errore questo mese è stato... More
Stranamente i vari siti che si occupano del Duomo di Amalfi non specificano gli orari apertura durante il mese di ottobre. Con ogni probabilità sono tutti ispirati a un unico sito, ove per errore questo mese è stato tralasciato.
E' possibile che durante l'ora legale resti in vigore l'orario estivo (9.00 - 19.45) e che poi esso cambi col ritorno dell'ora solare (apertura sino alle 16.30).
Comunque ti consiglio di contattare telefonicamente la struttura, oppure l'Ufficio Turistico di Amalfi.