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Visit the Cathedral (Duomo) of Milan, symbol of the city, dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente (Saint Mary Nascent), perhaps most important work of Gothic architecture in Italy and one of the most famous and complex church buildings in the world. Your Combo Ticket allows access to the Cathedral Terraces by elevator, admission to the Archaeological Area of the Baptistery, and to the Cathedral Treasure. The Combo Ticket is an open voucher without day nor time limits valid until December 31, 2017.
Your Combo Ticket allows access to the Cathedral Terraces by elevator, admission to the Archaeological Area of the Baptistery,and to the Cathedral Treasure. The Combo Ticket is an open voucher without day nor time limits valid until December 31, 2017.
* Admission times for climbing to the Terraces could be subject to change, following instructions given by the Public Safety Authorities to guarantee public order during special liturgical celebrations or the organizational needs of the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano, as well as for weather reasons.
Groups: Groups are required to book either the Headset or Audio-Guide System.
Reservations must be made with a minimum of 1-day notice.
Purchased tickets remained unused cannot be refunded. If not obliterated, they are valid until December 31, 2015.
INFORMATION about access for visitors with limited mobility and disabilities:
IMPORTANT – Code of Conduct
The monumental complex of the cathedral of Milan is above all a place of worship. Visitors are asked to respect some simple rules while in the Cathedral:
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How to get there:
The cathedral (Duomo) is located in the historic city center. It therefore cannot be reached directly by car. You can, however, reach the area of Piazza Fontana and then continue on foot for about 400 meters toward Piazza Duomo. Please note that the Duomo area is subject to the strict “Zone A” restrictions, i.e. the Limited Traffic Zone of Cerchia dei Bastioni, from Monday to Friday, 7:30am to 7:30pm.
From Stazione Centrale (the central station), take the yellow subway line (M3), get off at “Duomo”
From Cadorna station, take the red subway line (M1), get off at “Duomo”
From Garibaldi station, take the green subway line (M2), change at “Cadorna” and get on the red line (M1), get off at “Duomo”
From Milan Malpensa airport (MXP): You can reach Stazione Centrale (the central station) by shuttle bus service or taxi. The Malpensa Express train connects the airport to the Milano Centrale and Porta Garibaldi stations. Shuttle buses depart approximately every 30 minutes from 3:45 am to 12:30am.
From Linate airport (LIN): You can reach Stazione Centrale (the central station) with bus 73 from 6:05am to 11:35pm.
The “Duomo” stop is served by the red line (M1) and the yellow line (M3).
Piazza Fontana stop, tram 15
Via Torino stop, trams 2 and 14
Via Mazzini stop, trams 16, 24, and 27
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The Cathedral (Duomo) of Milan, symbol of the city, is dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente (Saint Mary Nascent), the perhaps most important work of Gothic architecture in Italy and one of the most famous and complex church buildings in the world. Discover this magnificent place full of art, faith, and you will experience an edifice reflecting the cultural history of Europe and western civilization.
Your Combo Ticket allows access to the Cathedral Terraces by elevator, admission to the Archaeological Area of the Baptistery and to the Cathedral Treasure. The Combo Ticket is an open voucher without day nor time limits valid until December 31, 2015.
The Terraces of the cathedral are one of the most fascinating places in Milan. From about 70m height, it is possible to take in the extraordinary panorama of the city surrounded by myriads of statues, spires, flying buttresses, and "falconature". Covered with marble slabs from Candoglia, the terraces are spread over an area of 8,000 square meters and accommodate about 1,800 statues from different periods and schools. The Terraces are a unique feature of the cathedral of Milan, and they are often the starting point for those wishing to explore the city and its history.
The Treasure of the cathedral is preserved in the basements. It is a collection of the most valuable objects and furnishings created for and offered to the cathedral for the worship and liturgical service over the centuries. Visitors can see in them not only their artistic value, but also how the works reflect Milan's theological, biblical, and devotional history.
The archaeological area under the sacristy of the cathedral, including the Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti and the apse of Santa Tecla, is one of the key places regarding the history and identity of Milan. Religious center of the city since the age of Ambrose – who baptized Saint Augustine here – the site is a key element of the extraordinary cultural and spiritual heritage of Milan. The first baptistery in Christianity to have an immersion font and an octagonal construction. The octagon commemorates, together with the seven days of creation, the eighth day, that of eternity, but also the eight evangelical beatitudes. St. Ambrose, who is said to have started work on it in 387, may have been inspired by the octagonal imperial mausoleum of Maximian: catechumens, entering the baptistery, thus were supposed to have the sensation of entering a tomb so that the men that they had formerly been would die and, as St. Paul says, would rise again with a new life in the holy water. Inside, the baptistery had eight niches, alternately rectangular and semicircular, overlooking the sides of the large central font, which had three steps leading down into it. A series of porphyry columns supporting a marble entablature stood in front of the counterforts between these niches, on which a large dome with elaborate mosaic decorations was placed.
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