The cloister is only one part of the monumental complex. The "Museo Diocesano of Amalfi" says the components are: (1) The Cloister of Paradise (13th century) (2 & 3) The Basilica of the Crucifix and the Museum (4) The Crypt (containing the relics of St. Andrew) (5) The Cathedral of St. Andrew The cloister is a "peristyle" meaning it is... 更多
Adjacent to the St Andrew Cathedral. There's a charge of 3 euro to enter, but it is well spent as you can admire the beautiful old Medieval frescoes on the walls of the old chapel/burial place. The courtyard is really beautiful with the tall palm trees in the middle.
An ancient cloister with Eastern influences, interesting medieval religious frescoes and some classical sarcophagi. Don't miss if you are visiting the Duomo.
The Chiostro del Paradiso is a room on the side of the cathedral that allows access when the cathedral is closed . Some nice antiquities on show .
These cloisters really are well named. A wonderful place to come and ponder awhile away from the heat, noise and bustle of Amalfi. They also teem with the history of this area. Well worth the 3 euros entrance fee.
This is part of the complex of the Dumo di Sant'Andrea Apostolo. Lovely architecture and a peaceful retreat from the bustling streets of Amalfi.
This was just a few Euro's but worth it. There is multiple sections to the attraction and you go at your own pace. They have a restroom but you need to ask for it. Even if you are not religious it is worth a look!
You have to pay 3€ to enter via the museum so if it just the church then avoid the pay entrance. We paid the museum has a few interesting relics and the crypt which quite stunning the statue of St Andrew is amazing. The cathedral is very tranquil and well worth spending a quite few moments in.