Absolutely fascinating this one. If you like the Da Vinci Code, you'll enjoy this mainly due to the artefacts, associated history and atmosphere. The basilica is not that big but contains written and pictorial information about the history of the building and events that took place at the time and within the Basilica itself. I went there a few years ago and it was free entry, but that may not apply now. Its a little unobtrusive, but is in the main square. I believe it was also signposted, so be sure to look out for it on local signage and guides. One point to mention is that it's a little dark in places and there are stairs, so partially sighted visitors or those unsteady on their feet may need to take care.
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