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Piazza Duomo, 50122, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Great little museum underneath the Cathedral showing its Roman history. Highly recommended - does not take log but very interesting. Do not miss this place

Thank Stephen W
Reviewed 16 May 2018

Access is via a stairway on the south side of the nave leading to the remains of the earlier Cathedral. There are extensive displays of the original walls and floors. The 14 donors, who provided funding, for the original church are preserved in a mosaic...More

Thank SoCalOregonian
Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

There is a lot to take in within the crypt as there are several layers of history that have been unearthed below. There is a fantastic example of mosaic flooring some of which is fantastically intricate and almost all geometrically layers out. You realise that...More

Thank Ian A
Reviewed 18 November 2017

Doesn't look that big when you first get down there, but when you actually start walking around there is a lot to see. They don't make a big thing about it, but its worth visiting.

Thank David C
Reviewed 4 November 2017

The stairs down to the crypt are close to the exit door and not signposted . We missed the entrance on our first visit and had to ask directions and go back through the crowds again to find it . Glad we did as its...More

Thank Alan W
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

The crypt was part of our ticket combo and we were so glad we visited it. There is a path to follow as you explore Roman mosaics, remains of an old chapel, and tombstones. Our visit was educational. Allow 30 minutes and take time to...More

1  Thank Evelyn C
Reviewed 18 August 2017

The Crypt of Santa Reparata is a rather nice surprise when you visit the Duomo. Your Duomo ticket entitles you to entry here too, but you still have to queue up for a bit. Waiting is not too long but it's part of the excitement!...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

Part of the ticket for the Duomo's attractions it is worth going to even if you have to queue for over an hour in high heat to enter the cathedral. It's a long queue because it's free entry to the basilica itself and the crypt...More

1  Thank BT3rd
Reviewed 20 June 2017

It shows some of the history of Florence other than during the Renaissance. There are some great Roman mosaics, as well as the remains of the old chapel.

Thank Alex F
Reviewed 17 June 2017

The crypt, which shows the areas below the Cattedrale, was interesting but you are on your own to figure out what you are seeing. The crypt is part of the ticket for additional areas/buildings for the Cattedrale (no need to pick a time for this)....More

Thank nancym290
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San Lorenzo
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind
stalls with an array of products in one of the most
traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different
ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor
market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a
vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to
fall in love with this area and in particular, with
its variety of food, especially those focusing on
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