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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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Not as hectic as Florence we took the bus here from Florence which was very easy and goes through some lovely countryside. Not a big queue to get into the Cathedral, we bought the 15 euro ticket which covers most of the site. Very spectacular...More
If you go to Siena you have to see this Cathedral. It is stunning. Also, pay the extra cost to take the tour to see the Gate of Heaven, you also get a really cool view of the inside of the church from the top,...More
This is one of the most beautiful Cathedrals I have ever seen. That is saying something since I have been to 110 countries and seen countless cathedrals. This one is quite possibly my favorite.
The outside is striking due to the striping along the clocktower...More
As befits a Cathedral in a city as important as Siena has been, this Duomo is outstanding.
Unfortunately, when we visited large sections of the floor were covered for protection(?). To compensate the entrance fee was reduced to €5.
However it is still an essential...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!