In Rome, there is a popular program called “Domenica al Museo,” where you can visit museums and monuments every first Sunday of the month for free. You don’t have to pay the ticket to visit famous Roman points of interest (also in other cities of Italy) such as monuments, museums, galleries, archaeological excavations, parks, and monumental gardens.
You can find more detailed descriptions of the museums and reservations on the website: www.coopculture.it
Read also the article about Free Roman Museums, which are open daily.
Note: MAXXI and Domus Aurea: open with regular fees
Tivoli is one of the best destinations for one day trip from Rome. Please read the article about my experience and review the group tour to villa d’Este and Hadrian’s villa.
Tell us about your favorite point of interest in the comments! 🙂
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