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Rome's museums can now be visited for free every first Sunday of the month


The Eternal City is slowly returning to normality. As in the past, the museum system of the city of Rome is reopening its doors to the public for free, every first Sunday of the month.

Starting July 5, the archaeological areas of the Imperial Forums and Circus Maximus, the Capitoline Museums, the Museums of Villa Torlonia and those of Villa Borghese, and many more sites can be visited for free.

Visitors must reserve ahead of time and show proof of booking at the entrance. Before entering, guests must check their body temperatures, which cannot exceed 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit. As is increasingly common, they will also be obligated to use face masks and hand sanitizer, as well as maintain interpersonal space. An exception will be made for individual families, who will be allowed to tour the museum without the distance requirement.

Daniel Díaz Vizzi

Translation: Claudia Torres