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Siena Cathedral Tickets

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Visit the magnificent Siena Cathedral and enjoy a day out with these skip-the-line tickets. Get access to a wide selection of exclusive tickets & combo passes at incredibly discounted prices.
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Tickets to Siena Cathedral & Piccolomini Library

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Combo: Siena Duomo Tickets + San Gimignano Museum Pass
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Small-Group Guided Tour of Siena with Optional Cathedral Tour
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San Gimignano, Siena, Monteriggioni, Chianti: Day Trip with Lunch & Wine Tasting
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Siena: City walking tour with Cathedral
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Siena Cathedral Tickets Guide

Siena Cathedral is one of the landmarks of Italy with stunning medieval architecture located in the Tuscan city of Siena. Known for its towering buildings, old-age walls, and magnificent churches, the place attracts many tourists worldwide. Siena Cathedral is home to multiple sites like Piccolomini Library, Crypt, etc. Discover the beauty and history of this 13th century structure with entry tickets, combo tickets and guided tours.

All Your Siena Cathedral Ticket Options

A visit to Siena Cathedral is a must when you are in Italy. However, to get the best deal at a fantastic rate, we have some great ticket options you can use during the visit. While you may choose to go for the marvelous Siena Duomo alone, you will be amazed to know that we have guided tours of the Cathedral along with the Piccolomini Library. We also have in store - combo tickets and entry tickets as well.

Entry Tickets

Guided Tours

Combo Tickets

The ticket gives you entry to two of the most visited sites in Italy: one being Siena Cathedral and the other being Piccolomini Library. Both are architectural masterpieces that can be viewed through a modestly price entry ticket.

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Tickets to Siena Cathedral & Piccolomini Library
With this ticket you gain entry to medieval era Siena Cathedral along with Museo dell'Opera, Crypt, and Baptistry of San Giovanni. There are multiple sites that you can access along with Siena and Piccolomini Library. 
How about getting a tour of the medieval city with brick-laid buildings and architecture from the middle ages? Yes, this guided tour of Siena is specially meant to cater to a smaller group of people which takes them throughout the city.

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Small-Group Guided Tour of Siena with Optional Cathedral Tour
Witness the beautiful Siena city by viewing the Palazzo Pubblico, Siena Cathedral, and Piazza del Campo with this ticket. A local guide speaking English and Spanish will guide you on your brief yet informative journey across the historic city. You can either choose to have a guided tour of it all along with Siena Cathedral or even without it.
We offer you a trip where you can visit top-notch sites of Siena along with some scenic Tuscan villages like Monteriggioni, Chianti, and San Gimignano. Indulge in the 3-course lunch in the vineyards amidst the beauty of Tuscany and three kinds of wine tastings.

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San Gimignano, Siena, Monteriggioni, Chianti: Day Trip with Lunch & Wine Tasting
You can choose a day tour of the three Tuscan villages or combine them with the Siena Cathedral and Piccolomini Library on an upgraded ticket. The tickets give you a skip-a-line facility to the historical 13th-century monument with an English or Spanish-speaking guide. Besides, you travel to the villages in an air-conditioned bus coach.

Which Siena Cathedral Tickets Should You Go For

If you are on a budget 

If you are on a budget, opting for an entry ticket may be the best solution. The tickets to Siena Cathedral and Piccolomini Library are reasonably priced, and one can be assured of the best price.

If you are looking for an in-depth tour

If you are looking for an in-depth tour, guided tours to the medieval and artistic city of Siena comprehensively cover the Palazzo Pubblico, Piazza del Campo, and the cathedral. It is best for people who are history enthusiasts and want to cover all the important sites in the Italian city of Siena.

If you are looking to explore more in Tuscany

If you are looking to explore more in Tuscany, then getting combo tickets to three other Tuscan villages along with Siena is your go-to option. The 3-course lunch, along with 3-chianti wines served in an Italian vineyard, can prove to be a really memorable trip.

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Free Entry

The guided group ticket comes with free entry for children below six years of age. For other experiences, children get reduced rates on tickets.

Plan Your Visit to Siena Cathedral

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Getting there


What are the opening hours of Siena Cathedral?
The daily opening hours of Siena Cathedral are 10:30 AM to 5 PM. The exception is on Sunday when it is open between 1:30 PM and 5 PM.
When is Siena Cathedral closed?  
Siena Cathedral remains closed after 5 PM before it opens at 10:30 AM the next morning. The Sunday timings are a bit different, and the Cathedral remains closed till 1:30 PM.
What is the best time to visit Siena Cathedral?
The best time to visit Siena Cathedral is during the fall season.
How long is a Siena Cathedral tour?
It typically takes around two-three hours to tour the entire Siena Cathedral.
Where is Siena Cathedral located? 
Siena Cathedral is located at Piazza del Duomo, 8, 53100 in the province of Siena in Italy. It is a 4-minutes walk from the central Piazza del Campo. 
How do I get to Siena Cathedral?
All public transport like trains, cars, and buses are available for accessing Siena Cathedral. You can board a train from Florence and reach Duomo in 90 minutes. It is a 1.5km journey hereafter. Coming from Florence to Siena via car would take hardly 45-50 minutes. The Rapide SITA bus takes you from Florence to Siena, making your travel cheaper and shorter. 
Can I take the train to Siena Cathedral?
Yes, there are trains available to Siena from Florence as well as Pisa. Once you exit the station, you need to walk 10 minutes uphill to reach Siena Cathedral.
Can I take the bus to Siena Cathedral?
Yes, there are bus options too for Siena Cathedral. One is the Rapide SITA which completes the journey from Florence to Siena in 1 hour 15 minutes while the other named Ordinaire takes 1 hour 30 minutes to complete the same journey.
How long does it take to get from Florence to Siena Cathedral?
If you are traveling by train, it takes 90 minutes to reach Duomo from Florence, which is 1.5km away from Siena Cathedral. It hardly takes 45 minutes to reach the Siena Cathedral in a car. With the bus, it takes an hour and a half to reach Siena, and then you can walk for 10-15 minutes to reach Siena Cathedral.
Is Siena Cathedral wheelchair accessible?
Yes, Siena Cathedral is wheelchair accessible. The frontal section is more accessible as it is relatively flat when compared to the Baptistry, which is located on a steep staircase. However, it is manageable.
Is a storage facility available at Siena Cathedral?
Yes, a storage facility is available at the bus stand at Piazza Gramsci at Siena Cathedral.
Is photography permitted at Siena Cathedral?
Yes, photography is permitted at Siena Cathedral. However, you are not allowed to use flash and tripods.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside Siena Cathedral?
Outside food and drinks are not permitted inside Siena Cathedral.
What are my dining options near Siena Cathedral?
There are multiple cafes, restaurants, and food joints as soon as you exit the Siena Cathedral. Ristorante II Duomo Siena, Osteria del Gusto, and II Bargello are some of the options you can consider trying.
Are return transfers included in my Siena Cathedral tickets?
Siena Cathedral combo tickets include return transfers to and from Siena Cathedral.
Is there a dress code to visit Siena Cathedral?
Yes, this religious attraction requires you to adhere to a dress code. Your knees and shoulders should be covered when you visit the premises of Siena Cathedral.

What to See at Siena Cathedral?

Siena Cathedral, being a 1000-year-old ancient architecture, is a surviving heritage of Italy. The city has four UNESCO heritage sites making it one of the go-to places for tourists and locals.

The Façade and Interiors 

The elaborate façade and interiors of Siena Cathedral deserve the most attention. There are two facades: lower and upper. The former is divided into three main portals and contains pediments, the sun, and the rose window depicting the Last SupperAdditionally, the flooring is considered to be one of the most intricate yet lavish marble works inlaid with mosaic.

Works of Art

Not just the façade but the entire Siena Cathedral is filled with works of renaissance artists like Donatello, Lorenzo Ghiberti, Pinturicchio, and Bernini. Some of them include sculptures of the Crucifixion, St. John The Baptist, a painting of the stoning of St. Stephen, and Gothic glasses. 

Baptistry of San Giovanni

The Baptistry is one of the most celebrated structures of central Siena. It was built between 1316-1325 and had an unfinished façade along with completely decorated interiors. One of the most amazing parts of the Baptistry is the hexagonal Baptist basin decorated with bronze and marble panels. The carving from the life of St. John the Baptist is described in intricate detail.

Piccolomini Library

The name Piccolomini refers to a mediator in the medieval age who was later made the Bishop of Siena. The library resides inside the Siena Duomo and has a collection of rich history. More than the collection, it’s the architecture, frescoes, sculpture, floor works, and wall décor done during the time that catches the eye.


The Crypt is one of the discoveries within the Cathedral complex that came to notice during the 1990s. The place was once assumed to be the priest’s antechamber. There are many frescoes like those of Visitation and Crucifixion that date back to as late as the 1200s. However, the exact artists pertaining to the frescoes have not been determined yet. 

Top Things to Do in Tuscany

Tuscany has everything from hills to coastal plains, mountains, and architectural cities. Here is a list of attractions for those who want to see it all. 

Duomo Florence 

Duomo Florence is the fourth largest cathedral in Europe and a landmark in the medieval city of Florence. Known for its large dome, the place has works of many artists from the Renaissance age. One can climb its magnificent dome, considered one of the largest and built by Brunelleschi with Duomo Florence tickets.


Chianti is the mountainous terrain of the Tuscan area in Italy. It is known for its world-class Chianti wines that one can try in cellars and vineyards. Additionally, if you want a relaxing stay, you can choose the silent vineyard as your go-to option. To get the most out of the region explore our Florence To Chianti Tours.

San Gimignano

The hill towers of San Gimignano are known for their medieval architecture and preservation of brick-lined buildings from the 13th century. It contains Piazza della Cisterna, Piazza Duomo, and multiple towers and churches. See all of Tuscany in a day including Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa.


Known famously for the 10th-century Leaning Tower of Pisa, this city in Tuscany attracts millions of visitors every single year. The city has developed on both sides of River Arno and served for maritime experiences in the early years too. Visit with Florence To Pisa day trips.


Monteriggioni is picturesque and filled with fun activities and memorable experiences. The circular tower walls, church, and hermitage are all present within a small distance from each other. You can visit the place on a small day trip from Florence or Siena with a San Gimignano, Siena, Monteriggioni, and Chianti day trip with lunch and wine tasting.

Siena Cathedral Tickets FAQs

Are Siena Cathedral tickets available online now?

Yes, the Siena Cathedral tickets are available online. You can check the same on the website and get yourself entry and combo tickets at the best price. 

What are the different types of Siena Cathedral tickets?

There are three different types of Siena Cathedral tickets and tours. With entry tickets you can get entry tickets to Siena Duomo along with Piccolomini Library present inside the Duomo. In a guided tour, receive an in-depth tour from an expert to the sites of Siena Cathedral while a combo ticket will allow you to view the cathedral as well as other places in Tuscany.

Are discounts available on Siena Cathedral tickets?

The Siena Cathedral tickets are already available at the best rates. Additionally, you earn 5% cashback when you book guided tour tickets using Headout.

Is skip-the-line entry included in my Siena Cathedral tickets?

You get a skip-the-line facility when you book the Combo ticket. This is applicable to Siena Cathedral and Piccolomini Library. Skip the line lets you jump the queue at these historical sites so that you do not need to wait for hours to get inside.

Are guided Siena Cathedral tours available?

Yes, guided Siena Cathedral tours are available when you book the tickets from Headout. You can avail of this facility with guided tour tickets to Siena along with combo tickets. The guided tour gives you access to some of the expert local guides speaking English and Spanish.

What are Siena Cathedral's opening hours?

The daily opening hours of Siena Cathedral are 10:30 AM to 5 PM, except on Sunday, when it is open between 1:30 PM to 5 PM.

How do I get to Siena Cathedral?

You can get to Siena Cathedral using:
  • Bus: From Florence, hop on to Rapide SITA Bus, which takes around an hour and a half to reach Piazza Gramsci, which is a 10-minute walk from the Siena Cathedral. You can also hop on to Ordinaire bus to reach the place.
  • Train: The train option is available for Siena as there are two trains that run directly to Siena city. The station is 10 minutes downhill from the main central attraction of Siena Cathedral. 

What is the best time to visit Siena Cathedral?

The best time to visit Siena Cathedral is during the Spring and Autumn, as the weather is moderate, and you can spend long hours walking comfortably in the Duomo.

Is Siena Cathedral wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Siena Cathedral is wheelchair accessible to visitors.
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