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Duomo is one of the main churches situated in the ancient quarter just north of Via dei Tribunali. As suggested by its name, its got a large cupola with a magnificent interior fresco and an impressive altar piece.
If you visit in the afternoon and...More
It’s a mid-sized Duomo really but a lot of history and so much gold and silver. If only they would help out the tourist market by having some signage about what we’re looking at in other languages eg French, English, Mandarin. You need to cater...More
The Duomo was my first stop on a day trip on Sunday 23 September. While admiring this fine cathedral, I was aware of a religious service taking place in a side chapel, but paid little or no attention to it. I then wandered off to...More
So I accidently stumbled across the Duomo of Naples and I am happy I went in to have a look. It is so huge. It is dripping in gold. So much art. So extravagant. There are side rooms with just as much art. So much!!...More
We were looking forward to visiting the Duomo and were not disappointed, well worth a visit and a quite place to meditate. The interior is spectacular the rich chapel of San Gennaro with a riot of color, marble, gilding and most of all, paintings -...More
Saint Gennaro in Naples ‘s saint and every year, for centuries now, his blood miraculously liquifies.The church buildt in his honouthas a well decorated bust of his together with paintings depicting his life and martyrdom. Do not miss visiting this church.
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.
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.