“L’Ignoto” arriva a Roma. Ma niente paura, si tratta dell’Ignoto…
Temprature in Rome during summer is too hot due to congested buildings, large number of people, climate change and more. Waiting outside the Vatican Museum under certain circumstances is boring. Visitors run short of time before fully enjoying the museums, due to a large number of crowd waiting to enter the museum.
The new schedule gives visitors more romantic time and plenty of time to enjoy art with calm in a lovely cool night weather.
Since Vatican Museum started opening at night to the public three years back, the number of visitors has edged as much as thirty thousand visitors in last year alone.
The following museums are open by night: Pio Clementino, Egyptian, GallerieSuperiori (Candelabri, Arazzi e Carte Geografiche), Stanze Raffaello, Appartamento Borgia, Modern Religion Art Collection and Sistine Chapel. The schedule runs May 4th through July 13th but August is closed. And again restarting from September 7 to October 26.
The night visit is from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. every Friday. The last admission into the museum is 9.30 p.m.
Price vary from € 15 to €22.
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