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The magnificent complex of the Cathedral of Siena, its Duomo, houses a series of some of the most important monuments of the European artistic panorama. With its more than one million visitors every year, the Cathedral without a doubt represents the...more
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When in Rome... Well, in this case when in Siena on the very top of the to-do list must be a visit to Siena Cathedral!
Already an impressive and beautiful sight standing in front of it, it is probably even more impressive exploring the vast...More
We must have visited over 100 Cathedrals so far in our life and seen more impressive or richer ones than the Siena Duomo but what really makes this cathedral unique are its floors ! They are really fabulous pieces of religious art and they are...More
This was our second time visiting the Cathedral. This time we had a guided tour. Rita knowledge certainly added to the experience. I would recommend getting a guided tour. We also went back for Sunday mass. If was great to experience the cathedral being used...More
This may have been the most fabulous of all the churches we toured through on our vacation, except maybe St. Peter's Basilica.
We bought a combo ticket that included the Santa Maria della Scala, the Baptistry, the Crypt, the Duomo, and the Museo for 18...More
Every view of this complex and from the tower is breathtaking! I’d suggest reading about the entire Santa Maria Della Scala sites prior to visiting. Rental iPads with narrated tours are available for a nominal fee directly inside the Duomo for the entire complex. The...More
One of the most interesting and beautiful churches we saw in our two weeks in Italy. Very accessible and not as crowded as those in other cities. We listened to the description of the church that they have for two Euros along the side of...More
The floors were completely open to view (although not walk on) when we were there last week (4-10 Sep)... even if the floors can’t be seen, which would be a shame, it’s worth going for the beautiful al fresco and paintings... More
The floors were completely open to view (although not walk on) when we were there last week (4-10 Sep)... even if the floors can’t be seen, which would be a shame, it’s worth going for the beautiful al fresco and paintings. The ticket also includes climbing up the Facciatone which is the incomplete extension of the Duomo complex. It gives you stunning views around the city and surrounding area!