The Como Cathedral is pleased to open the doors to tourists and drive them to the meeting with God, through the beauty of the architecture and artworks.
To the visitor it’s requested to observe only few dispositions, to make cult and the pray complete with tourism.
The Cathedral is a place of worship. It is necessary to have adequate clothing and maintaing a moderate tone of voice. In the Summer season stoles are available to cover the shoulders, arms and legs next the doors.
It’s strictly forbidden to smoke, to phone, to eat and drink and to let pets in.
In the area beside the Holy Virgin altar, it’s forbidden to disturb the cult and the pray.
Inside the Cathedral it’s possible to take pictures (only for personal use and not for commercial purpose) but it’s forbidden during the religious celebrations.
Monday – Friday
9.30 am – 5.30 pm
10.45 am – 4.30 pm
Sunday and Holy Days
1.00 pm – 4.30 pm