San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples

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San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Piazza San Gaetano, 80138 Napoli, Italy

Phone: +39-081290580

Ticket Price: 5 EUR

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:30 am - 05:30 pm Details

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Of Naples' medieval chapels, the San Lorenzo is perhaps one of the most beautiful. Celebrated around the world for its exceptionally scholarly past, it was initially a basilica dating back to the 500A.D.

The courtyard of the monastery is certainly quite beautiful. The Museo De’llopera here is certainly worth seeing. The smaller chapels in within the church are built in gothic and baroque style. There is also another, smaller museum within the premises. It also happens to be in the geographic and historical center of Naples. A visit to the church and its chapels and museums is sure to be a very wonderful experience in Naples.

San Lorenzo Maggiore Information

  • The ticket price includes the museums inside the place.
  • Follow the rituals while entering this church.

San Lorenzo Maggiore Ticket Prices

  • Entry to church is free.
  • Adults €9.00 for the underground and museum.

How To reach San Lorenzo Maggiore by Public Transport

  • Metro Dante
  • Montesanto 
  • By Bus Station: Duomo-tribunali

Restaurants Near San Lorenzo Maggiore

  • Di Matteo
  • Campagnola 

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San Lorenzo Maggiore, Naples Reviews - Write a Review

  • One of the best Neapolitan churches. It's architecture is expressively Gothic. There are a lot of medieval tombs of XIV-XV centuries. Admission is free but any donation is welcomed and highly appreciated. Visitors are allowed to take non commercial photo without flash light.

  • Good spot to see some ancient excavations, easy to get there, tickets are reasonable.

  • Beautiful basilica with a wide array of impressive works of art from early Renaissance works from the School of Giotto through Ferdinando Sanfelice's late 18th-century Baroque facade.

  • Perfect Vivaldi concerts in July!

  • Nice church, beautiful monastery and gorgeous underground ruins.

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