Vatican Museums Reopen With the Rare Appeal of Limited Crowds


A roof of a wing of the Vatican Museums at the papal palace in Rome. JumpStory

Skift Take: Before the crisis, if you’ve wanted to see the galleries at the papal palace in Rome without the herds of other visitors, you’ve had to pay about $350 or more for an after-hours tour. But now all it takes is a standard admission ticket of $19 (€17) for Italian residents.

— Sean O’Neill

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