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Church of Sant'Anna dei Lombardi (Chiesa di Sant'Anna dei Lombardi)
Church of Sant'Anna dei Lombardi (Chiesa di Sant'Anna dei Lombardi)

Church of Sant'Anna dei Lombardi (Chiesa di Sant'Anna dei Lombardi)

Free admission
Mon–Thu: 10am–1:30pm & 2–4pm; Fri & Sat: 2–6pm
Piazza Monteoliveto, 4, Naples, 80134

The basics

Also known as Santa Maria di Monte Oliveto, the Sant’Anna dei Lombardi complex is home to some of Naples' finest art, illustrating the close ties between the Aragonese dynasty in Naples and the Medici dynasty in Florence in the Renaissance. Highlights include Guido Mazzoni's magnificent terracotta Pietà from 1492 and Francesco Solimena's St. Christopher. To appreciate its historic and artistic treasures, visit the church with an expert guide as part of a walking or bike tour of Naples’ fascinating historic center, or on a guided itinerary that includes visits to the city’s most significant churches, including the Duomo, Gesù Nuovo, and the Sansevero Chapel.

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Things to know before you go

  • Wear a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes if joining a walking or bike tour of Naples.
  • Modest attire and appropriate decorum are required to enter Neapolitan churches.
  • Opt for a day trip to Naples from the Amalfi Coast or Sorrento to be able to enjoy a quiet evening after a day in this busy capital city.
  • The church is accessible to wheelchair users.
  • Photography without flash is permitted inside the church.
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How to get there

Sant’Anna dei Lombardi is on Piazza Monteoliveto in the center of historic Naples, facing the magnificent 17th-century Fontana di Monteoliveto, a monumental baroque fountain considered one of the most beautiful in Italy. The Toledo metro station is a short walk away.

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Trip ideas


When to get there

If visiting Naples between June and September, expect the city to be crowded with summer travelers. Sant’Anna dei Lombardi does not close at midday, so can offer a quiet and cool respite in the hottest hours of the day.

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The Sacristy of Vasari

The headliner of Sant’Anna dei Lombardi is its gorgeous sacristy, decorated with intricately inlaid wood panels by Giovanni da Verona and gorgeous 16th-century frescoes by Giorgio Vasari depicting the Allegories and Symbols of Faith.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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