ITALY - Museums for 1 euro and open till midnight

Returned last weekend the European Heritage Days with palaces, museums, archaeological sites, owned by the state or municipalities that have remained open for two days, until midnight for the symbolic price of 1 euro. And in many cases, with shows, concerts, guided tours.


From the Colosseum to Pompeii, from the Last Supper to Brera, not to mention the Uffizi (remained open until 23 despite the recent bomb of water that reversed on) or the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice, Palazzo Ducale in Mantua, Palazzo Reale in Naples or the Galleria Borghese in Rome, all the major museums, the most famous monuments and the most popular archaeological sites available.


 But the opportunity was also interesting  for who wanted to escape from the usual laps, looking for the dozens and dozens of unique destinations, choosing palaces and villas, or monasteries, or even the castles of which the Italian territory is studded with from north to south a bit everywhere.