Once a peaceful Greek Orthodox monastery and successful agricultural center, it was ransacked by Turkish pirates in 1711. After a long period of restoration, it's now open to the public, and this ticket will grant you access to the glorious 13th-century Byzantine frescoes and architecture within.
- * Entrance to the abbey
- * 45 minutes guided tour in Italian (if selected)
- * Last entrance: 30 minutes before closure * Guided tour available at 10:00, 11:30, 16:00 and 17:30 (if option selected) * Parking is available nearby * To check the mass' times please click [here](http://abbaziadicerrate.it/) and search for the "visit" section * Free entrance for children under 6 and disabled visitors, no ticket needed * For groups larger than 10 people contact firstname.lastname@example.org Show your smartphone ticket at the ticket office to get your paper ticket.
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