The Vatican museums will open for visitors from June 1
The Vatican museums will reopen June 1, after a forced break in connection with the coronavirus, the Associated Press reports.
Visitors in front of the museums will be obliged to wear a mask on the face and check the temperature.
You can buy tickets will be online only, so an additional plan is € 4 for the booking will be temporarily canceled. However, since the sale of tickets in museums and the implementation of souvenir products are the main source of income for the Vatican, it was decided to temporarily cancel the free entry every last Sunday of the month.
The Vatican offers a tour of the gardens and a trip to the papal residence in Castel Gandolfo.
In the Vatican there were 12 cases of infection COVID-19. In may in St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican resumed service with audience participation.