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Climb to the roof of Cathedralin Milan, Italy

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On the roof of the cathedral you will see the Gothic towers and fantastic views of Milan.
How to climb to the roof of Cathedral in Milan
Milan Cathedral is beautiful not only from below, but if you examine it from the roof, because it offers not only panoramic views of Milan, but also you can see the towers of the cathedral and its architectural excellence.

You can climb to the roof of the cathedral on the lift or use stairs, which has about 500 steps. Entrance is outside, on the left side of the cathedral.


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Where to do?

#1Milan Cathedral in MilanMilan Cathedral

Milan Cathedral is a symbol of the city, a vivid example of the greatness of Gothic architecture and the place to which lead ancient streets of Milan.

Location: Piazza del Duomo
Open hours: from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

How much?

ascent with elevator costs €13, ascent on foot €8.

Tips and hints

it is better to climb onto the roof early in the morning when there are few visitors.

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Guest08 July 2020

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