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The Duomo, Rooftops & Archaeological Area: Guided Tour

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Tips for visiting Milan Cathedral

With your Milan Duomo tickets in your smartphone wallet you're guaranteed entry, and you can stay in this timeless landmark for as long as you like. If you want to really soak up the atmosphere, you should allow at least two hours, if not half a day. Remember, even if you bypass the ticket lines, you'll need to queue for the lift and stairs.

Of course, once you reach the roof terraces, you might be so mesmerized by Milan's magnificent cityscape that you lose track of time altogether.

Entry to the Duomo starts every day at 8 am, but it's best to arrive before that if you want to be one of the first to get inside. Flash your Milan Cathedral tickets then and you might have the roof to yourself for a while! The church itself stays open until 8 pm. The last admission up to the roof terraces is at 7 pm.

If you can, visit on a weekday. Weekdays are a lot more tranquil than weekends when all the tourists seem to descend at once.

There are lots of different ways to explore the Milan Duomo. Short on time? Just choose the Milan Duomo tickets with skip-the-line entry to the Cathedral only.

For more insight, opt for the Milan Duomo tickets that include a tour of the rooftops and archaeological area. You can also opt for private tours, or for the photographers, it's a nice idea to get a Milan Duomo ticket to the rooftops only.

The ticket for the City Tour of Milan: Audio Guide App covers 130+ points of interest in the city, plus high-quality visuals, descriptions, and audio commentaries by local experts. The Milan Duomo is covered as part of this great-value audio guide!

Alternatively, the official app DUOMO MILANO, created by Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano in collaboration with D’Uva, provides smartphone access to all the information you'll need to visit the Cathedral complex. For an extra fee, you can download complete multimedia tours for the Cathedral, terraces and museum.

While your Milan Cathedral tickets will get you inside, the condition is you dress appropriately. This means covered knees and no bare shoulders. Sandals, headgear or sunglasses are also not allowed.

Flash your Milan Duomo tickets and enter a world of stunning architecture and centuries-old atmospheric splendor. The roof of the Milan Duomo, also known as Milan Cathedral, is probably the best part. From here you'll get a bird's-eye view of the cathedral’s 135 spires and the work that's being done on the church’s trademark pink and white Candoglia marble.

Check out Milan's mish-mash of old towers and new skyscrapers, including the Unicredit building from new heights. If you visit on a clear day, you can even see the Alps! It's worth it just for the views.

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About: Milan Cathedral – The Duomo

You'll be thoroughly impressed as you approach Italy's largest church, the Duomo di Milano, also known as Milan Cathedral. At 108-meters high, 160-meters long, and 92-meters wide, it easily holds 40,000 people. Every inch of it is dripping with gothic gravitas. The true magnitude of the Duomo di Milano truly hits you when you're inside.

It is adorned with artwork and religious ornaments, and you can see sarcophagi of luminaries from centuries gone by. It is also home to Italy's largest organ, which clocks in at a whopping 15,350 pipes.

Milan Cathedral – The Duomo
Piazza del Duomo 14/A, 20122, Milan
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