In the cultural and industrial center of the country – in Milan – was developed the plan of gradual opening of the city’s museums. In the last days of spring came back to life the medieval castle Sforzesco, the Gallery of modern art, Palazzo Morando, the Museum of art of the XX century, Archaeological Museum, Museum of natural history, as well as the Milan Aquarium, the oldest in Europe. From 26 may to 21 June, the museums are open limited number of days per week could reduce the risk of spread of the disease, which still represents a danger to others. Available from may 28 to visit the Royal Palace, the walls of which organized interesting art exhibitions. In particular, large-scale exhibition of major paintings of the artist-caravaggist the XVII century, Georges de La tour can enjoy the till September, although initially its closing planned for early July.

the same plan was put into action in the Italian capital, Rome, where art lovers can visit the 21 major Museum, each of which is included in the Municipal Museum system, as well as archaeological sites in the open air – for example, the ancient circus Maximus. June 2 in Rome’s Scuderie del Quirinale inaugurated one of the most important art exhibitions of the year dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the death of Raphael. Resumed and the Vatican museums, nearly three months conducting online tours. “Virtual reality cannot replace reality – in order to enjoy the art, you need eyes and heart,” said the Secretary General of the Governorate of Vatican city Fernando Vergez Alzaga.

In Florence from June 3, again you can go to one of the world’s richest art galleries – the Uffizi, although everyone at the entrance to measure the temperature using thermocameras, and the maximum number of visitors is 450 people. Earlier opened its doors for visitors to other museums – the famous Florence Duomo, Strozzi Palace, a medieval baptistery in the main square, and many others.

In the famous city on water – Venice – Museum life resumed a little later, from 13 June: Saturday and Sunday are open to the Doge’s Palace, the lace Museum and glass Museum. No less rich in history places, among them the large towns – Naples, Turin, Modena, Ferrara, and small towns and communes – Urbino, Looney, Metaponto, Gubbio, gradually open the palaces, galleries, libraries, castles. So, Italy, which life cannot be imagined without art, gradually come alive.