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Museum entrance ticket - Full

Museum entrance ticket - Full - Cremona, Italy

Duration: 1 to 3 hours
Location: Cremona, Italy

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$11.36

The Antonio Stradivari Violin Museum, based in Cremona, is dedicated to Cremonese violin making of all time. It is at the same time a Museum, an Auditorium and a research center on ancient and modern violin making.

Visit: Museo del Violino, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

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The Antonio Stradivari Violin Museum, based in Cremona, is dedicated to Cremonese violin making of all time. It is at the same time a Museum, an Auditorium and a research center on ancient and modern violin making.

Visit: Museo del Violino, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

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Torrazzo entrance - Official

Torrazzo entrance - Official - Cremona, Italy

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Location: Cremona, Italy

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$5.68

The Torrazzo is in effect one of the monuments that best symbolizes the city of Cremona: it is in fact the highest medieval brick bell tower in Europe (about 112.22 m). Its structure exemplifies the extreme accuracy of ancient construction techniques and is considered a perfect combination of extremely different architectural styles ... More info ›

The Torrazzo is in effect one of the monuments that best symbolizes the city of Cremona: it is in fact the highest medieval brick bell tower in Europe (about 112.22 m). Its structure exemplifies the extreme accuracy of ancient construction techniques and is considered a perfect combination of extremely different architectural styles. Thanks to the recent opening of the new Vertical Museum, some themes related to the study of the clock are examined in depth. Inside the 4 new rooms you can find some curious historical objects and the reconstruction of some antique clocks. There is also a fantastic installation of Foucault's Pendulum. Its oscillation demonstrates the rotation of the Earth from a scientific point of view. At the top of the tower you can admire a wonderful view of the city and the surrounding landscape.

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Stop At: Torrazzo of Cremona - Vertical Museum, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

Visitors are offered the opportunity to climb the highest masonry medieval tower in Europe at 122.22 m. During the ascent you have the opportunity to stop inside the 4 new rooms of the Vertical Museum where topics related to the measurement of time are studied in depth. Once you reach the top you have the opportunity to enjoy a magnificent view of the city and the surrounding area.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Torrazzo entrance + Baptistery - Official

Torrazzo entrance + Baptistery - Official - Cremona, Italy

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Cremona, Italy

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$6.81

Visitors will have the opportunity to climb up the highest medieval masonry tower in Europe to admire the surrounding panorama and during the ascent will be able to visit the rooms of the Vertical Museum dedicated to measuring time and its perception by man with interesting reproductions of watches and instruments used in antiquity as well as multimedia contents.
This tour includes a visit to the Baptistery, home to the Museo delle Pietre Romaniche della Cattedrale, where some magnificent medieval sculptures are kept.

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Stop At: Torrazzo of Cremona - Vertical Museum, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

Visitors are offered the opportunity to climb the highest masonry medieval tower in Europe at 122.22 m. During the ascent you have the opportunity to stop inside the 4 new rooms of the Vertical Museum where topics related to the measurement of time are studied in depth ... More info ›

Visitors will have the opportunity to climb up the highest medieval masonry tower in Europe to admire the surrounding panorama and during the ascent will be able to visit the rooms of the Vertical Museum dedicated to measuring time and its perception by man with interesting reproductions of watches and instruments used in antiquity as well as multimedia contents.
This tour includes a visit to the Baptistery, home to the Museo delle Pietre Romaniche della Cattedrale, where some magnificent medieval sculptures are kept.

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Stop At: Torrazzo of Cremona - Vertical Museum, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

Visitors are offered the opportunity to climb the highest masonry medieval tower in Europe at 122.22 m. During the ascent you have the opportunity to stop inside the 4 new rooms of the Vertical Museum where topics related to the measurement of time are studied in depth. Once you reach the top you have the opportunity to enjoy a magnificent view of the city and the surrounding area.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Cremona Baptistery - Museum of Romanesque Stones of Cathedral, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

Inside the Baptistery there is the Museo delle Pietre Romaniche of the Cathedral where some magnificent medieval sculptures are kept.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Baptistery Entrance - Official

Baptistery Entrance - Official - Cremona, Italy

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Cremona, Italy

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$3.41

The construction of the Baptistery of S. Giovanni began in March 1167 ... More info ›

The construction of the Baptistery of S. Giovanni began in March 1167. The dimensions are considerable: 34 meters high and 20.50 in diameter. The building in Romanesque style has an octagonal plan and is crowned by an elegant gallery. Originally it had 3 doors: to the north, to the south and to the east; the last two were closed in 1592. The north door, which overlooks the square, is framed by a porch with two column-bearing lions, similar to the porch of the adjacent Cathedral. The execution technique of the brick vault has anticipated by about two centuries that of Brunelleschi's dome in Florence.
The light inside filters through a double series of overlapping mullioned windows and from the lamp placed on the top of the dome. In the center stands the large octagonal cistern: a monolithic block of red Verona marble, crowned by a small statue of the Risen Christ. The three altars inside are dedicated to the Madonna Addolorata, to the Crocifisso and to S. Biagio.

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Stop At: Cremona Baptistery - Museum of Romanesque Stones of Cathedral, Cremona, Province of Cremona, Lombardy

Visitors are offered the opportunity to visit the Baptistery of S. Giovanni. Started in 1167 it measures 34 meters high and 20.50 in diameter. Octagonal Romanesque building. The execution technique of the vault has anticipated by about two centuries that of Brunelleschi's dome.
Inside it houses the collection of Romanesque stones of the Cathedral, splendid sculptures from the medieval period, testimony to the mastery and faith of past centuries.

Duration: 1 hour

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Low Cost Private Transfer From Brescia Airport to Cremona City - One Way

Low Cost Private Transfer From Brescia Airport to Cremona City - One Way - Cremona, Italy

Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Cremona, Italy

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$124.92

Make sure your transfer from Brescia Airport (VBS) to your hotel or private address in Cremona city centre is organized and enjoy your trip to the fullest.

Make sure everything for your trip is organized. Our driver will be there when you arrive and ensure your safe and fast transfer to Cremona without you having to worry.
Do not get confused or worried because of language barriers or other problems ... More info ›

Make sure your transfer from Brescia Airport (VBS) to your hotel or private address in Cremona city centre is organized and enjoy your trip to the fullest.

Make sure everything for your trip is organized. Our driver will be there when you arrive and ensure your safe and fast transfer to Cremona without you having to worry.
Do not get confused or worried because of language barriers or other problems. Once arrived to the arrival terminal you will find your private driver awaiting you with a sign bearing your name on it. Once you made contact with your driver he will assist and direct you to the vehicle and make sure you arrive to your destination in Cremona city in comfort and safety. Enjoy a piece of mind knowing that everything is organised and enjoy the views while passing by the famous Cremona Cathedral or the iconic Torrazzo of Cremona.
To make sure that your transfer progresses smoothly we ask you to provide us with your flight number and the address of destination in Cremona when you confirm the booking. As soon as you booked you will receive a transfer voucher to present to your private driver.

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Cremona private guided walking tour

Cremona private guided walking tour - Cremona, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Cremona, Italy

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$306.63

Come explore Cremona, a city rich in examples of beautiful medieval architecture, although mostly known for its famous violin-making traditions. Follow your guide through the alleys of its intimate old quarter and discover its wonderfully hidden gems.

Although mostly known around the world for its violin-making traditions, this city hides beautiful examples of medieval architecture, summed up in the picturesque Piazza del Comune, the real heart of Cremona ... More info ›

Come explore Cremona, a city rich in examples of beautiful medieval architecture, although mostly known for its famous violin-making traditions. Follow your guide through the alleys of its intimate old quarter and discover its wonderfully hidden gems.

Although mostly known around the world for its violin-making traditions, this city hides beautiful examples of medieval architecture, summed up in the picturesque Piazza del Comune, the real heart of Cremona.
This itinerary begins with a visit to the Cathedral with its sixteenth-century fresco cycle in the central nave, the great Baptistery in Romanesque style, the famous Torrazzo (the highest masonry bell tower in Europe), the Town Hall with beautiful frescoed rooms and the Militia Lodge.
The tour then continues with a pleasant walk in the so-called district of luthiers to see the places where the famous Stradivari lived. Follow your guide and visit some historical shops in Via Solferino, then walk through the paved Roman road where you can observe up-close two important remains of "cardo" and "decumano" streets, which are situated approx. 4 feet from street level.

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