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Duomo di Ostuni

Largo Trinchera Francesco, 72017, Ostuni, Italy
+39 0831 339627
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Largo Trinchera Francesco, 72017, Ostuni, Italy
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

The Cathedral was fairly basic as Cathedrals go but as you walk through the streets of Ostuni you will come across this one in a pretty square close to the top of the hill and defitely worth a visit. The streets around and the views...More

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

You must climb up a slit hill to reach the Duomo. The best feature is the outside rose window. Once inside I liked the parts they didn't restore, that is the original frescoes in the back and one up front . The rest is just...More

Thank Ramadama
Reviewed 19 May 2017

After wandering up the hill 1/2 km from the center of ostuni, past the myriad of tourist shops, you come to a sloping piazza with the duomo at the eastern end. The position is remarkable.....it is visible for many kilometers outside of the city......but the...More

Thank attillathehun
Reviewed 9 May 2017

At the top of the old town, a pretty square dominated by the duomo of the cathedral. The white buildings are stunning/

Thank Jakilu
Reviewed 20 April 2017

The Duomo in Ostuni is the main site to be visited and is in the historic area of the city, uphill from the town centre, and takes about 10 minutes up a winding paved street with lots of shops and cafes (be careful of the...More

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Reviewed 7 January 2017

Our independent shore excursion group of Holland America passengers that met on cruise critic roll call has walked the small streets of Ostuni to see the architecture and art of the Duomo di Ostuni. From the outside, the architects discuss the church’s Gothic style with...More

Thank Mike P
Reviewed 30 December 2016

Just 8 minutes walking from downtown and tourist office, follow "via cattedrale" and get it, inside there is a old woman talking and asking money like an offer to everybody but you have not to if you don't want.

Thank bitto2015
Reviewed 17 December 2016

We arrived at dusk and we had enough light to take some great photos before exploring the Duomo. It is great in the Autumn but I suspect in the heat of a summers day in July it may seem different. Definitely a walk as the...More

Thank pars0ns_n0se
Reviewed 25 November 2016

Walking through town is nice, but do stop at this little church as definitely worth going in as it has beautiful art work and ambiance.

Thank seniortravelbug
Reviewed 18 November 2016

If you like art, you have to visit it. We got a lot of info thanks to the owner of the gift shop just in front of the Duomo. Grazie mille!

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We didn't have a car for our stay in Bari, Puglia either. ... we traveled by train everywhere. ..there is a train from Polignano a Mare to Ostuni and then we took the local bus from the rail station into town. When we... More
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