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Duomo di Sant'Andrea Apostolo

Piazza Duomo, 84011, Amalfi, Italy
+39 089 871324
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Piazza Duomo, 84011, Amalfi, Italy
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Reviewed 2 days ago

My wife and I love Amalfi, and the church is one of the many reasons why. The building itself is truly beautiful inside and out and all those steps makes a perfect place to sit at night and people watch while sipping on and ice...More

Thank John F
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

No matter where you are in Italy you've got to visit the churches and the duomos and this didn't disappoint. Stunning inside and out too

Thank Sue E
Reviewed 2 days ago

I love Italy!! Amalfi coast is amazing; We want to come back again, because its lovely! Duomo is at downtown Amalfi. The star of Amalfi is the Duomo, its magnificent 13th-century Lombard-Norman facade of striped arches, Gothic tracery, interlocking arches forming blind arcades, and glittering...More

Thank Lauren1109
Reviewed 2 days ago

The cathedral is visually stunning, and a great photo opportunity, not only from the bottom of the huge stair case but also from the top. However as we were about to enter we heard a lot of disgruntled tourists complaining that the entrance fee was...More

Thank andycoldham
Reviewed 3 days ago

From the outside, you expect a small, but likely pretty church. However, once you enter, you realize there it is quite large and very impressive. It's easy to get oversaturated with churches in Italy, but in the case of Duomo di Sant'Andrea Apostolo, do not...More

Thank Hanzosbm
Reviewed 3 days ago

Walk uo the stairs, sit down and overlook the bustling piazza and all the tourists. If you are interested in such things, a look inside is also recommended

Thank Runar N
Reviewed 5 days ago

The cathedral is beautiful to visit. The cloisters - which cost a small but worthwhile entrance fee - are definitely worth a visit with stunning ancient frescos and a stunning underground chapel

Thank Uli3403
Reviewed 6 days ago

The Duomo is well worth viewing thoroughly. If you find the steps daunting there are steps at the side, next to the Pansa cafe leading to interesting tunnels that can take you to the top of the Duomo steps by a more gradual route or...More

Thank Susanhmb
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

In addition to many artifacts within the museum, the church harbours the relics of St Andrew the Apostle. Great place to visit.

Thank Ghassan A
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Beautiful domo, in the heart of Amalfi, in front of restaurants and shops. It impossible to miss it, it a large building with lots of steps.

Thank Viorica I
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catgirl2004
Are you able to climb to the top of the bell tower?
March 16, 2017|
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Response from Colin H | Reviewed this property |
Hi I don't believe so. It's the sort of thing we would have done had we been able to and I can't find anything looking back in the leaflets we picked up to indicate that you can. It's a shame as I'm sure the view would have... More
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kaygee12
Is there an English mass in the Cathedral on a Sunday during the summer months?
July 11, 2016|
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Response from kaygee12 |
Arrived in Amalfi. English mass 1815 on Sunday. Thanks!
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Carole G
Hi, just wanting to know what the name of the town is called that the Catheral is in? Thank you.
June 19, 2015|
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Response from dandanilo |
The name of the city is AMALFI The Cathedral's name is SANT'ANDREA.
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