From the Colosseum to Pompeii: How have Italy’s museums changed post-COVID?

“What blessed mornings I spent at the Colosseum, lost in some corner of those immense ruins!”

This is how the French writer Stendhal recounted his experience as a visitor to the most famous Italian monuments in his book ‘Walks in Rome’, published in 1829.

It’s an experience that visitors can now relive, with Italian museums reopening at the end of April after the COVID-related closures.

But how have these great cultural sites been able to reopen safely?

Follow the path

Many museums currently have a one-way route in place for all visitors to follow. During closures, several museums also reorganised their collections, while others made improvements to their structures. As a result, visitors are

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