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blivale_museum_open_musei_aperti_1265x611 Museums in Italy reopen, how to book tickets by skipping the queue

Museums in Italy reopen, how to book tickets by skipping the queue


blivale_italia_covid_200x237 Museums in Italy reopen, how to book tickets by skipping the queueMuseums welcome visitors again and reopen museums in Italy in the yellow regions only on weekdays from Monday to Friday, according to the procedures and times shown on the websites of the individual institutes. (source: Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and for Tourism).

The image of the areas in Italy is inherent to the day 08/02/2021, and may vary.

Since this is the week of the Carnival, we decided to highlight the opening of museums in Italy with the Venice Carnival.

The museums in Venice are worth visiting, as well as all those present in Italy for their charm, the era they represent and for the unique historical artifacts in the world.

Go back to discover the museums in your city or where you are headed for your next trip and book in advance without queuing and not running out of money for the day and time you have planned to visit the museum.

To understand which museums are open and can be visited, and to book so as not to incur long queues, and not to be able to visit them during the periods of stay, here are 3 Links, each different from the other with its characteristics and where you can choose which one is more convenient to book museums::


ENTER THE CITY
AND YOU ARE ADDRESSED TO THE PAGE DEDICATED TO VENICE
WHERE YOU CAN STILL CHOOSE OTHER CITIES IN THE WORLD


HIGHLIGHTED CITY VENICE
WHERE 9 MUSEUMS AND ACTIVE SERVICES ARE REPORTED
CLICK ON "SEE ALL" OR ON THE MUSEUM THAT INTERESTS YOU
AND YOU ARE DIRECTED TO THE PAGE OF THE TICKET ONLY
WHERE YOU CAN STILL CHOOSE OTHER TICKETS AND OTHER CITIES IN THE WORLD

 


HIGHLIGHTED CITY VENICE
CLICK ON "FIND THINGS TO DO"
AND YOU ARE ADDRESSED TO THE PAGE DEDICATED TO VENICE
WHERE YOU CAN STILL CHOOSE OTHER CITIES IN THE WORLD


blivale_people_masks_costumes_venice_carnival_1265x843 Museums in Italy reopen, how to book tickets by skipping the queueThe Venice Carnival is held for 2 weeks a year, and starts two weeks before Ash Wednesday.

Ash Wednesday is the Wednesday preceding the first Sunday of Lent which, in the Roman Rite Catholic Churches and in many Protestant Churches, coincides with the beginning of Lent, a "strong" liturgical period with a baptismal and penitential character in preparation for Christian Easter. (Ash Wednesday from the spring: Wikipedia)

The Venice Carnival is therefore an annual festival. The spectacular event usually ends with the Christian celebration of Lent, which is forty days before Easter on Shrove Tuesday, one day before Ash Wednesday.

The Venice Carnival is famous for its intricate masks carefully constructed and designed for the occasion.

The Venice Carnival began in the 11th century where the Republic of Venice celebrates the victory against the Patriarch of Aquileia, Ulrico di Treven.

Several people began to gather and dance near Piazza San Marco.

The celebration became an annual tradition until it became official as a Carnival during the Renaissance, increasing its popularity during the 17th century.

Carnival was banned in the year 1797 as the use of masks was strictly forbidden.

Carnival returns in 1979 thanks to the efforts of the Italian government to bring back the culture and history of Venice.

Carnival thus becomes one of the main attractions on Venice to promote its culture and history.

And if you want to book the hotel too, BLIVALE offers this service:


DON'T KNOW WHERE TO BOOK?
CHOOSE AND BOOK THE HOTEL YOU PREFER
BY OFFERING YOU A SEARCH AMONG MULTIPLE CIRCUITS OF HOTELS IN VENICE


CHOOSE THE SIM BLIVALE FOR ITALY AND EUROPE
IN FREE ROAMING WITHOUT ADDITIONAL COSTS AND WITHOUT SURPRISE

 

 


 

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