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a lot of people miss the visit of the Battistero because even though the entry fee is included on the same ticket as the Duomo , the Battistero is a separate building accessible by descending steps at the back of the Cathedral . The outside...More
The Baptistery is located under the choir of the Duomo. You reach it by descending a flight of steps behind the Duomo. Admission was included in the 15 euro combination ticet we purchased.
The highlight of the Baptistery is the hexagonal baptism font with panels...More
The small but exquisite Baptistry of Saint John is located at the square with the same name, near the cathedral. It was built in the early 14th century by Camaino di Crescentino with the unfinished facade in the Gothic style. It shouldn’t be missed, because...More
All the guide books seem to have different opening time information. Consequently, we arrived well before it opened (no problem: nice coffee opposite) and got in as soon as the doors opened. Best time to go. The next visitors didn't arrive for 25 minutes. Couldn't...More
We bought a six site pass and were churched out by the end of the day. Decided to do the Baptistry. Expected to walk in and then out. Easy to enter with no queue. The ceiling and decorations were spectacular. The font is the central...More