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San Gimignano: Torre Grossa and Duomo Tickets

1. San Gimignano: Torre Grossa and Duomo Tickets

Enjoy this combined ticket and visit the best museums and churches in San Gimignano with an audio guide. See the Cathedral of San Gimignano, which is without a doubt one of the city's most important monuments, and climb up the Torre Grossa, San Gimignano's tallest medieval tower. See the splendid frescoes inside San Gimignano Cathedral, a real feast for the eyes. Look out for the famous Creation of Adam and Eve and Noah's arc, and listen as your audio guide explain the meaning behind the beautiful works on display. Discover the iconic 13th-century Palazzo Comunale. Walk around the Sala di Dante, which once hosted the poet Dante Alighieri. Admire the civic painting gallery, which holds masterpieces from the Sienese and Florentine schools.  Climb the 218 steps of the palazzo's 54m Torre Grossa for a spectacular view over the town and surrounding countryside. Walk around, listen to the history, and explore these impressive buildings at your own leisure. This ticket also includes a visit to the Romanesque church of St. Lorenzo in Ponte, Archaeological and Museum Contemporary Art Gallery.

San Gimignano Cathedral Entry Ticket

2. San Gimignano Cathedral Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entry ticket and audio guide to the Cathedral of San Gimignano, one of the city’s most important monuments. The walls of the church are entirely lined with frescoes that recount stories of the New and Old Testaments painted by artists of the 14th-century Sienese school. Discover the wonders of the San Gimignano Cathedral immediately upon entering. Admire the interior of the church, characterized by 14 classical Tuscan stone columns, 10 of which are round and the other four octagonal. The cycle of frescoes of the New Testament on the church’s right wall is a masterpiece by Lippo and Federico Memmi. On the left wall, spot the Stories of the Old Testament, painted in 1367 by Bartolo di Fredi. The interior also presents polychrome decorations typical of medieval churches, such as the unique painted-blue cross vault and the intrados of the arches separating the nave from the aisles decorated with a striped motif typical of the Tuscan taste. The cathedral also holds a precious Renaissance jewel, the Chapel of Santa Fina, on which three famous Florentine artists worked: an architect, Giuliano da Maiano; a sculptor, Benedetto da Maiano; and a painter, Domenico Ghirlandaio. This piece is dedicated to San Gimignano’s best-loved saint. 

San Gimignano Campatelli Home and Tower Visit

3. San Gimignano Campatelli Home and Tower Visit

Visit one of 72 ancient towers that made San Gimignano famous and only 14 of which have survived to the present day. Begin your visitor experience by watching an evocative video, projected onto the walls of the attic, that covers the history, identity and legends of San Gimignano. Then, on the main floor, furnished with original pieces that have been restored with great care, discover the daily life of the owners of the house. Experience a world suspended in the past by looking at photographs, private memories, objets d'art and collections. Marvel at the Montelupo pottery collection and paintings by Guido Peyron – a renowned Florentine artist who was also Lidya’s uncle.  Visit the Campatelli Tower-House and take a journey back in time, set against more than 1000 years of history. Don't miss a visit to our shop. You will find a wide choice of handmade and local handcrafts. What's more your shopping and visit will help our non-profit foundation to preserve the Italian heritage. Screening daily schedule: 10:45 AM - 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM - 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM - 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM. Please, show up 10 minutes before.

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What people are saying about San Gimignano

It really was one of the most beautiful medieval towns we have visited. Can only be recommended and the way up the tower is definitely worth it! A fantastic view over the landscape!

A film on San Gimignano was shown telling the great moments of the city. Interesting to start a stay in this place and have another look at the landscapes.

Just go to the ticket shop at the Torre grosso, exchange your voucher for a ticket and off you go. Great !

Never seen a church with lots of paintings instead of decorations.

Todo excelente, bonita experiencia con esta compañía