Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni, Padua

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Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni, Padua - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Piazza Eremitani, 8, 35121 Padua, Italy

Phone: +39-0492010020

Ticket Price: 13 EUR

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Also known as the Chapel of Arena, it is one of the finest masterpieces of Western Classical Art. This chapel has been dedicated to Santa Maria. The main attraction in this church is the collection of paintings by Giotto. All his paintings are circled around the life of Virgin Mary. The most attractive frescoes here symbolize some very important mythological events such as The Last Judgment, and The Kiss of Judas.

Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni Information

  • Prior reservation in compulsory.
  • Online reservation is available.
  • Same day reservation is possible only for credit card payment.
  • For bank transfer payment, reservation should be made three days prior to the visit.
  • Tickets should be collected in advance.
  • For group tours, visit the ticket collection office 45 minutes prior to the visit.
  • Guided tours are available and have separate charges.
  • Pets, bags, video cameras, cameras, food and drinks are not allowed inside the Chapel. Mobile phones must be switched OFF.

Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni Ticket Prices

  • The ticket price includes reservation charges.
  • Group discounts are available.
  • Children, students and senior citizens have reduced tickets.
  • Padua card is acceptable.

Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni Opening and Closing Hours

  • Special evening visits are possible in winter and the timings vary every year, can be confirmed locally.
  • The duration of the visit is fixed.
  • For March, April, may, 1 - 15 June, august, September, October, 1 - 15 December: 15 minutes long visit.
  • For January, February, 16th to 30th June, July, November, 16th to 31th December: 20 minutes long visit.

How To reach Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni by Public Transport

  • Trams to Eremitani r: SIR1, buses to Garibaldi Giardini

Restaurants Near Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni

  • Ristorante Zaramella

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Scrovegni Chapel Or Cappella Degli Scrovegni, Padua Reviews - Write a Review

  • Beautiful art work ! must see, but go early and figure out all the details so not to expect much help from the people running it!! You maybe lucky and end up with one of the very few friendly helpful people that work their. Beware of the man at the cloak table and the man that takes your money at the gift store. I will never go back to this little village again. They have very much religious art work but as far as living what Jesus taught dont count on finding it their. Very Bad experience ! Some of the woman were extremely nice but the rude and lack of hospitality over shadowed the ugly, rude people that were running this beautiful chapel of art work. Very odd

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  • you get locked in here for 15 minutes so you have plenty of time to take in the breathtaking artwork by Giotto.

  • As all the art history books will tell you. this is an important milestone in the development of Western art, progressing from the work of Giotto's teacher Cimabue. You get to see the early stages of emotional representation, perspective and a realistic architectural space, as opposed to the flatter, unemotional world of Byzantine icons that had set the template previously. If you have booked the chapel, it might initially seem rather expensive for a 15 minute visit. Which it would be, but that ticket does also include the considerably more extensive complex where the ticket hall is situated. That includes archaeological finds from the Roman period, right through to examples of local Paduan painters a few centuries after Giotto. As many other reviewers have said, it's a shame you only get 15 minutes to take in Giotto's masterpiece in the chapel, because that is not enough time to look at it properly. However, I can understand it's necessary for preservation of a fragile work of art. If you are claustrophobic, then be aware that you have to sit in a room (albeit with glass walls) for around 20 minutes before you can enter, in order to remove humidity. They show a video about the chapel to pass the time.

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  • Many come to Padova just to see this. Beautiful chapel and reminds me of the Sistine Chapel.

  • Giotto's masterpiece. a must see. Expect long waits even if you book ahead. If you visit in summer opt for the evening visits, they are much less busy

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