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Chiesa di Sant'Anastasia

| near the Ponte Pietrasig, Verona, Italy
+39 045 800 4325
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This imposing Gothic building is the largest in Verona.
  • Excellent69%
  • Very good26%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“holy water” (18 reviews)
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| near the Ponte Pietrasig, Verona, Italy
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+39 045 800 4325
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Well worth a visit if your into this sort of thing. We took the individual audio tour (hand sets provided) which was interesting. Not sure it's very interesting for he kids though!

Thank Zaz1973
Reviewed 3 days ago

A lovely church with frescoes, artwork and very ancient statues and artifacts. As this is a place of worship appropriate dress is advised. No strapless tops or very short skirts.

Thank Sue E
Reviewed 3 days ago

Forget everywhere else in Verona; this is the finest and most beautiful offering - the frescos, plasterwork, sculpture and vaulted (and highly decorated) ceiling are all amazing - what's more, few seem to know about it so you'll likely (as with me) have the place...More

Thank 233nickb
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A feast of religious art from early medieval to 18th century. A lot of the works have been damaged over time, and have lost some of their vibrancy, but what remains is a testament to the skill of artists through the ages. The basilica is...More

Thank sjb379
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

On entering the Church, the holy water stoups rest on the backs on hunchbacks, which are over 500 years old. The building itself is large in scale and has a number of significant side altars and chapels. There is a lot to take in, and...More

Thank Thefunkygibbons
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well worth the 2.5 euros entry fee. (can buy entry to four churches for 6 euros but we did not have time) Received a free english audio guide and spent nearly two hours browsing around the sumptuous interior , cricking our necks to the ceiling...More

Thank Lynne A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Saint Anastasia is the largest church in Verona, it was built and designed in the great Gothic style with a 72 m tall bell tower, by the Dominican Monks near the Ponte Pietra. Very easy to spot with its Medieval Veronese arches and characteristic white...More

Thank Hanger24
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A very airy church with fabulous decorations. The very helpful audio guide gives lots of information and there are edited signs in front of the highlights if the guide has too much detail. Well worth the visit.

Thank DavidFOSH
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Usually people find Renaissance churches the best because of their lavish decor and so do I. But you won't be disappointed here. Though currently under renovation / restoration, don't miss both the upper and lower church.

Thank SWiedemann
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great from inside, you do have to pay 2,50 euro to get in but you also get a audio guide and some explanation, i find it great so it help pay for the bill

Thank Francis V
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