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Duomo di Napoli

Via Duomo 149, 80138, Naples, Italy
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Via Duomo 149, 80138, Naples, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The exterior of the Duomo is impressive, although it was only added in the late nineteenth century, the interior, which is far older is stunning. When you first enter simply sit and enjoy the scale and ambience of the building. Subsequently explore the other parts,...More

Thank bsandrs
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful cathedral with elements of various architectural styles. The information regarding S. Gennaro was particularly interesting. Sadly the crypts were closed - these had been recommended as a view of the ancient history of the city.

Thank Sakii
Reviewed 4 days ago

Take an hour to tour the Cuomo. It showcases The most prominent bishops of Naples. The church itself is more spectacular on the inside than the outside. The organ has two sets of pipes. If you are more religiously inclined, take the guided tour.

Thank claude_monnier
Reviewed 5 days ago

Great experience,amazing architecture.Very moving experience. The music in the back ground really added to the occassion

Thank Holli_Dayze
Reviewed 5 days ago

The cathedral is fairly small by some standards but is beautifully decorated and definitely worth a visit.

Thank David C
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a major work of historical, cultural and architectural significance, not to be missed on any visit to Naples. It forms part of the famous "Spaccanapoli" where you can also view numerous sites, such as La Basilica di Santa Chiara, La Cappella San Severo...More

Thank Monica M
Reviewed 1 week ago

A lovely church in the heart of Naples. Worth seeing and taking pictures. Be sure to visit each of the side aisle chapels

Thank Joel A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Located in the labyrinth of narrow streets of the historic centre, so not that easy to find, but well worth the effort! This is a magnificent cathedral, albeit a rather curious mix of styles, and the interior is sumptuous and really impressive. Entrance to the...More

Thank AJC32
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Outstanding architecture, marvelous frescos. It is probably one of the best touristical experiences of Naples.

Thank Attila M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had a hard time finding this 14th-century cathedral, because it stood on a side street without any directional signs around. And buildings nudging it on three sides detracted even further from the less-than-imposing facade. So it was a welcome surprise to see the lovely...More

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Hours: Mon - Sat 8am-12:30pm, 4:30pm-7pm; Sun 9am-12pm, 5pm-7:30pm Admission: Free