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Founded in 1064 and consecrated with great pomp on September 26th 1118, the Cathedral was built in two stages, one by architect Buscheto, who created the original layout with the basilican body with four aisles and one nave, a transept with one nave...more
Wasn’t expecting this gem when we went to visit the tower. It is simply stunning. I could add the same photo that have been previously reviewed but it can’t get better than actually going yourself and standing in that beautiful building
This is a masterpiece! The exterior is impressive, but the interior (and its most interesting history) is truly amazing. The black and white marble, the bronze work, the gold leaf, the paintings depicting stories of the Old Testament and the life of Christ gives insight...More
If you want to see something that is stunning and beautiful you really need to see this cathedral, the detail is incredible and to be there in person is breathtaking, photos don’t do it justice. It’s something that you would have to see. Definitely recommend...More
This is part of the Field of Miracles and it looks stunning from outside. But we did a mistake by pre booking the inside. There was nothing worth seeing. We just spent the time to rest our legs and sit in shade inside the building....More
Our first visit to Pisa and we booked all 5 of the attractions at the Duomo di Pisa all 5 are worth a visit and would recommend all of them they range from breathtaking views to solemnity. Lots of places to eat but check out...More
Response from TheMrWobbly | Reviewed this property |
Just to back up the other answers which are correct. The Duomo is free and the only ticket you cannot book in advance on its own. If you book for any other part of the tower complex you get a free, untimed, Duomo... More
Just to back up the other answers which are correct. The Duomo is free and the only ticket you cannot book in advance on its own. If you book for any other part of the tower complex you get a free, untimed, Duomo ticket. For a free timed Duomo ticket you need to queue on the day and there are two ticket offices, one on the south side opposite the Duomo and one in the North East corner near the tower. If going inside the baptistry, etc book on-line using the official site opapisa
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