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Every day: from 10.00 to 13.00 - from 14.30 to 18.00. Last ascent 30 minutes before th Torrazzo closes. Christmas, every Monday in January and February closed. The Torrazzo is one of the monument that best symbolizes the city of Cremona: it is...more
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The belltower is an incredible centerpiece of the city of Cremona. It is deftinitely worth the climb. The view from the belltower is expansive and incredible. It is a masterpiece of construction and the tallest belltower I believe in northern Italy.
I was awed by the beauty of the Cathedral and the bell tower right next to it. The Torrazzo is the second tallest in Italy at 112m and the third tallest brickwork bell tower in the world (yet older than the other two). The Duomo,...More
Between the frescoes, the starptuary, the crypt and the side chapels this is one of the most impressive cathedrals in Italy...and over 20+ years, I have seen dozens of beautiful cathedrals.
The entire internal space is a work of art with frescoes spanning centuries, statuary...More
The Cathedral is right in the center of Cremona and is a worthwhile place to visit. The interior of the Cathedral is rather dark and is quite attractive when lit by beams of sunlight on a nice day. There are numerous paintings by local artists....More
Just when we thought we had seen enough cathedrals / churches, we decided to nonetheless head to the Cattedrale di Cremona e Torrazzo. The architecture of this cathedral as well as its art is a must-see in Cremona. I recommend reading up about this landmark...More
Piazza del Duomo definitely deserves a visit with the Duomo, Torrazzo and Baptistery to one side of the square and the city’s Palazzo Comunale on the opposite side.
The Torrazzo is the tallest brick church steeple in Europe and can be climbed all the way...More
The piazza Duomo, the Duomo and surrounding historic center of my beautiful Cremona will surprise and delight you. The torrazzo stands majestic and fantastic. Just walk around and take everything in. Spectacular at night