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Built between 1573 and 1577, this cathedral contains two masterpieces by Caravaggio. St John’s Co-Cathedral is a gem of Baroque art and architecture. It was built as the conventual church for the Knights of St John. This church is till this very day...more
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Very impressive. Audio guide was helpful in locating different exhibits. The view from the balcony was quite breathtaking. The paintings were very impressive. The audio explanations exact. The marble floors lovely to see and walk on.
We enjoyed our visit to this Cathedral though it was extremely busy. Not sure its somewhere you would want to go for a quiet prayer. The highlight of course was seeing Carravagio’s Beheading of John the Baptist in a separate Chapel for which there was...More
I was so disappointed to see a church turned into a queue and pay “attraction” inundated by the dreaded Saturday cruise line day trippers.
I eventually was allowed access - (they had stopped people going in because too many had turned up from the cruise...More
There is a self guided audio tour inclusive of the €10 ticket price. I recommend this!
The highlights for me were the Caravaggio paintings - "the beheading of St. John the Baptist" and " St Jerome" The audio guide goes into some detail regarding the...More
went to the ST John cathedral and it was well worth the money 17.50 eur for me and the wife. what a fantastic place. it was very busy but you still got to see it, you were also given a hand held device which gave...More
Yes if they are “nice” shorts like you would wear on a golf course. Any ladies with short shorts or halter tops were made to wear a paper cover up. My husband wore a polo shirt and golf shorts and there were many men dressed... More
Yes if they are “nice” shorts like you would wear on a golf course. Any ladies with short shorts or halter tops were made to wear a paper cover up. My husband wore a polo shirt and golf shorts and there were many men dressed similarly. Enjoy!