We did not spend too much time visiting the actual church because a funeral service was about to commence (we did not realise it until we ventured close enough to the altar to see the casket, the picture of a lovely old lady and a lot of flowers). I wish someone would have told us at the entrance not to go any closer: there were other tourists as well so we could not know.
In any case, we asked if there was time to climb the bell tower (the reason we entered in the first place) and there was. It was just two euros per adult (the kids aged 5, 3 and 7 months did not pay) and it was well worth it. The climb was steep but very short, and the views of the city and the countryside beyond were absolutely fantastic.
Our stay in the tower was cut short because the bells started ringing and that was a bit too much for the kids, but it really was a great experience. Perhaps next time we'll have time to see more of the church..
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