Climb the steps to Sant'Andrea

amalfi coast, italy

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Climb the steps to Sant'Andrea

amalfi coast, italy

Famous for: History and Culture, Churches, Monuments
Originally built as a burial ground, Arabo-Norman Cattedrale di Sant'Andrea is a cathedral worth visiting. This cathedral resides at a height and to reach there visitors need to climb steep stairs, which provides a hiking experience. This climb is worth experiencing.
About Contact Location
About Contact Location
event_available When to visit: april - september .
access_time Timing:
7:30 - 19:30 Everyday
hourglass_empty Duration: 1 hours
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Source: Luca Aless
Amalfi's Arabo-Norman Cattedrale di Sant'Andrea stands atop a steep flight of steps and is protected by 9th century facade. Bronze doors built in constantinople in 1066 is worth admiring too. Originally it was built in 1266 as a burial ground for the local aristocrats.
Source: Luca Aless
Between 10am and 5pm, the cathedral is only accessible through the adjacent Chiostro del Paradiso, but you can see the Duomo for free, though not the adjacent cloisters and small museums.
Features:
- Lombard-Norman facade of striped arches
- bell tower with a majolica drum
- bronze doors
- baroque interiors

Contact

local_phone +39 089 873558
1:26 PM Local Time

Location

Via Duca Mansone I Amalfi Amalfi Provincia di Salerno Campania Italy 84011
City center: Amalfi Coast
Nearest airport: Salerno Costa D'Amalfi Airport

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