Great, fantastic and colorful place to absolutely visit when you are in Salerno. No excuse! Free entry
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This was the first Duomo that we visited in Italy and it was absolutely stunning. The decorations were great. The lead up to the Duomo through the streets of Salerno really added to the moment you first set eyes on it. Inside is even better.
The approach to the Cathedral (or Duomo) through the old narrow streets of the town is quite atmospheric. The steps up to it lead to a courtyard where there are two marble lions guarding the entrance. Inside the decoration is fairly muted in white plaster...More
The aracheological history, and the beauty of this Domo have all been preserved to allow a deep understanding of this beautiful building. That it is still of major functioning force in the City is incredible. Insight into its history is stunningly presented. Higly recommended.
Dress properly for this venue because they are very strict in term of how you are dress to enter gents no short and ladies no tank-tops
How many churches can one visit and still remain enthused? This Duomo is no big deal, except when you go downstairs onto the crypt and it’s absolutely stunning. Honestly, among the most beautiful spaces I evener seen. Worth the price of entry.
Salerno in general is a small very friendly city. Great places to eat, way more quiet and cheap than Napoli. Highly recommended as your base for amalfi coast visit Here is why: Amalfi and positano are 40 mins by ferry Capri is 1 hour by...More
Salerno Cathedral is famous on two counts. The relics of St. Matthew, the tax collector turned evangelist, are interred in the crypt, left, and the incorrigible Hildebrand, Pope Gregory VII, is buried here, right. Medieval popes and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire (HRE) were...More
This Duomo is lovely. The crypt is beautiful. On this visit, I took the time to notice the ceiling--lovely depictions of the life of Christ. Lovely!