duomo cathedral

Milan Duomo Cathedral is the symbol of the city, carrying its identity. Its construction began in the second half of the 1300s and is still not finished today, making it a constantly evolving construction site. It is the second largest Catholic church in Italy after St. Peter’s in Rome, and the fourth in the world.

The Duomo Cathedral is a great example of Gothic architecture, whose majestic columns along the aisles give the sensation of entering a huge marble forest.

The completely original polychrome marble floor, the hundreds of stained glass windows, the altars, the paintings and the splendid choir, will make your visit to the Duomo Cathedral an unforgettable experience.

To discover the entire history of the Duomo Milan, don’t miss its museum and archaeological area. And after visiting the Duomo on its inside, you will absolutely have to go up to the magnificent Duomo terraces and let yourself be enchanted by a breathtaking view of Milan.

Recommended average visit time: 45 minutes

Opening hours: every day, from 9am to 7pm | last ticket at 6pm, last entrance at 6.10pm

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  • Duomo Milan is a place of worship, respect silence and wear suitable clothes
  • It is not allowed to enter Duomo Milan with backpacks, nor to consume food or drinks on the inside


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