This is more than a religious museum, although it does contain a collection of chalices, monstrances, and vestments. It's full of art work and archeological artifacts. If you're there on a hot day, you'll appreciate the air conditioning. Don't overlook the beautiful old wood floors as you're looking up at the ceilings. Other reviewers are correct, ladies who are posted throughout the museum do not speak English but try their best to be friendly and helpful. Make sure you get an audio guide when you purchase your tickets.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.