It's in the centre of the Amalfi. The Paradise Cloister, Basilica of the Crucifix, Crypt and the Cathedral are all connected and you need one entrance fee of €3 (€1 for kids) to see all of those. The Cloister is small, but nice and quiet.
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During the daytime, the main entrance doors to the duomo are closed and entry is via the cloisters. Bright white arches are supported by slim columns and the cloisters surround a central garden planted with palms. Built to house the tombs of prominent Amalfi citizens,...More
Very beautiful experience. The site is well maintained and the artifacts in the museum are thoughtfully displayed, providing lots of information on the rich religious history of Amalfi.
Very much like walking back into time when the Moors occupied this part of Italy. A stunning place which compliments the Cathedral next door.
its really lovely small garden with a nice view of the bell tower . its worth a visit ticket includes the visit to the crypt and the cathedral .
This guy said it beautifully: read June review by Gkmchardy. We visited this site on the day a cruise ship day trippers overwhelmed pedestrian walkways and shops. The contrast here is what I think a cloister is supposed to be: contemplative, quiet, and beautiful, in...More
While the main Piazza and old town are bustling with tourists, shopping, etc...this nice cloister looks it's miles away from it. Positioned on the back side of the beautiful Cathedral it's a place to have some rest and set your impressions by the beautiful gardens...More
Ver small and made of what appears to be concrete with just a small garden inside and not at all like I imagined from the name. However, your ticket gents you into the cloister as well as the crypt and the chaderal which all together...More