There's nothing in Tuscany that's quite as enchanting as the Duomo of San Gimignano, also called the Collegiata di San Gimignano. Well, except the Vernaccia wine and the _taralli_, perhaps. This Romanesque-Gothic cathedral comes to life with an audio guide. Explore, gasp and admire, and then head to adjoining Museum of Sacred Art. See original 13th...
- * Entrance to the Duomo of San Gimignano
- * Entrance to the Museum of Sacred Art (if selected)
- * Audio guide downloadable on your smartphone
- * Transportation
- * No shorts, or low-cut or sleeveless tops * Knees and shoulders must be covered * If you don't adhere to the dress code, you may be refused entry Getting There: The closest bus stop is Piazza della Cisterna. From there, it is a five-minute walk to the cathedral. Kids under 6, members of the clergy, and disabled visitors with one accompanying person get in for free. Show your mobile tickets at the entrance of the cathedral.
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