Battistero ParmaCurrently Closed
- Address: Piazza del Duomo, Parma, 43100, Italy
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:45 pm Details
- Phone: +39- 0521235886
- Ticket Price: 6 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Architecture , Cathedral
Overshadowing the cathedral of Parma, this pink-colored stone baptistery in octagonal shape cannot ignore your attention. Popularly known as Battistero (in Italina), it is situated on the south side of the piazza. Taking a closure look to the baptistery will show that the architectural design has a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic style. Its highlighting feature is the artwork done by sculptor Benedetto Antelami. Don’t forget to see the 16 arches, painted with elaborate paintwork. When you step inside, look up to the dome ceiling which has a unique umbrella structure.
- Make sure you are decently dressed when you visit the edifice.
- For senior (over 65years), groups : 4€
- For school students : 1€
- Bus no.s- 1,2, 2N, 15, 23 and get off at TeatroRegio.
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95% of people who visit Parma include Battistero Parma in their plan
43.45% of people start their Battistero Parma visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Battistero Parma
58.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Battistero Parma
Stunning interior, worth the admission price, tickets from the Diocesan museum in the opposite side of the square, a double ticket for both museums costs €8.
Probably the top of the Parma historic sights. Very well documented frescoes. Worth to sit down in a shadow of all Saints around and think not only about masters, creating such a wonderfull place, but also about yourself ... you can still go into more details, once visiting the museum opposite to Battistero, where you should even buy a ticket for both sightseeings.
I haven't accessed the Baptistery as it was 8€ per adults and I don't believe it's fair to pay to access for Christian places. However the structure is stunning from outside too. Pink marble looks shiny during sunny days and it complements the square with the beautiful Parma Cathedral
Beautiful historic place to visit