The entrance to the duomo is around the side just opposite the Villa Rufolo - you can't get in via the main doors. There is a small entrance fee but it is just a couple of euros. We were the only people in there so...More
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Found it difficult to gain entry. Main doors closed with directions to go to one side. This too was closed but eventually we found we had to go through the museum (small entry charge) to gain access. I'm glad I bothered (but don't bother with...More
It is where everything is happening in the town of Ravello and on the weekends there are a couple nicely arranged wedding of which I enjoy the ceremony. Plenty of local cafes nearby to hang out as well to soak in the atmosphere and with...More
In the seventeenth-century chapel to the left of the presbytery is the phial of blood of san Pantaleone This was a relic in Ravello in 1112 and that each year presents the phenomenon of liquefaction and only in July during the feast....a phenomenon that has...More
It's a small town, so it makes sense that the duomo would pale in comparison to Florence, Milan, Siena etc. And it does. Worth a visit, but hardly breathtaking.
Highlights for me were the brass panels on the main door, the fine 13th century pulpit with its beautiful animal and plant mosaics, and the modern sculpture of a green man in a loin cloth who looks as if he might be about to kneel...More