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We saw the Duomo last of the four historic churches and were perhaps not as impressed as we were with the others. That said, the Baptistry was extremely interesting and perhaps because of its smaller, more human scale, it exuded an intimacy not apparent in...More
The Verona Duomo, tho much smaller than the Milan Duomo, is beautiful and I feel has much more in the way of historical artifacts to be seen. The audio guide, free after admission, is very well done with a clear, concise orator. As with all...More
Free for Verona card holders or about €3 free for under 11yrs.
Really beautiful cathedral with lots to explore.
Best Bit: get a free audio guide to take round with you, simply tap in the number and it tells you all about the area you...More
Nothing wrong with this great church but its interior seems a bit subdued once you have visited Sant Anastadia and Basilica di San Zeno. It has a smaller attached church whete you csn see the ancient vaults below. More dramatic from the outside.
One of the key places to visit while in Verona. the size of the edifice is impressive but this is not one of the most beautiful in my view
recommend purchasing the combined ticket for €6 for the 4 main churches as these are valid...More