Italian authorities have decreed that museums can be visited free of charge on the last Sunday of the month. This decision is tempting not only for permanent residents, but also for tourists who like to visit this amazing country for the purpose of cultural recreation.
The first step is to visit the Sforza Castle Museum. It is located in the very soul of Milan and is immensely popular with tourists. The museum is part of the rich history of Italy, as it has witnessed many wars and battles.
Be sure to visit the Museum of Modern Art, which is located in Rivoli (Italian city). The museum is located on the territory of a once abandoned, but then ransomed hunting castle. In it you will find the most beautiful and new works of contemporary artists.
Of course, you cannot pass by the furniture museum, which is housed in a beautiful medieval castle - Fenis. It presents very interesting works. A visit to this museum will leave a lasting impression.
The Doge's Palace (Venice) is also worth visiting. In ancient times, the ruler of the Venetian Republic lived in it, and today the palace is an expensive architectural value, which attracts many travelers.
The whole city-museum, which is dedicated to the legendary Pompeii (located in Naples), will not leave you indifferent. Pompeia is a city of the Roman Empire, which was razed to the ground by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Italy is also home to many art galleries, castle museums, modern, automobile and sports museums. You can visit the one that you like more, because they are all special and carry something new, something that is not found in any other place in the world.