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How to visit the Vatican Museums
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A partire da venerdì 6 agosto 2021 e sino a diversa disposizione, l’accesso ai Musei Vaticani, al polo turistico museale delle Ville Pontificie e a tutte le aree di loro pertinenza sarà consentito soltanto a quanti siano in possesso di una certificazione verde COVID-19 (Green Pass o certificazioni equivalenti).
Il personale preposto ai controlli potrà richiedere, oltre all’esibizione del certificato in formato digitale o cartaceo, quella del documento d’identità della persona, al fine di verificarne l’effettiva titolarità.
Si prega, pertanto, di giungere ai Musei e al polo museale turistico delle Ville Pontificie con la documentazione in regola e pronta all’uso, in modo tale da facilitare le operazioni di controllo e di accesso.
I titolari di prenotazioni effettuate in data antecedente alla presente comunicazione saranno comunque tenuti a presentarsi ai Musei in possesso di regolare certificazione. In mancanza, si prega rivolgersi via mail all’Ufficio Servizi e Rapporti con il Pubblico (firstname.lastname@example.org) per avviare la pratica di rimborso.
Stato della Città del Vaticano, 29 luglio 2021
Beginning Friday 6 August 2021 and until further notice, access to the Vatican Museums, to the Pontifical Villas of Castel Gandolfo and all related areas will be permitted only to those in possession of a Green COVID-19 Certification (Green Pass or equivalent certificate).
In addition to showing the certificate in digital or paper format, the Museum Staff may also request the visitor’s identity document, in order to verify actual ownership.
Therefore, please arrive at the Museums and at the Pontifical Villas of Castel Gandolfo with the required documents ready for inspection, in order to facilitate control and access procedures.
Holders of bookings made prior to this communication will in any case be required to present the required certification so as to access the Museums. Visitors unable to provide the required certificate may contact the Public Relations and Services Office (email@example.com) by e-mail so as to start the refund procedure.