Next Sunday 14 February is the feast of lovers and for the occasion the Bioparco di Roma offers free admission to all couples in love (with the purchase of 1 full ticket).
Furthermore, being the last Sunday of Carnival, all masked children up to 10 years pay half, € 6.50 instead of 13. This offer will be valid only for purchases made in the park ticket offices and, considering the current measures , the availability of tickets will be limited to a maximum number of visitors. It could therefore happen that the ticketing service temporarily interrupts the sales activity based on the entry-exit flows of the park.
The indoor areas, on the other hand, Reptilary and the Environment and Crime Museum will be closed because they can remain open only in weekdays.
The Vatican Museums
Next Saturday, instead, if monuments and Italian museums are closed to the public, the Sistine Chapel , the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica , in the Vatican area, will be open and a unmissable opportunity to visit them without having to queue at the entrance.
If possible, especially for those who have never done it, I always recommend taking a guided tour, in order to truly know and appreciate the wonders that are being viewed.
If you want, you can also take the tour inside the Vatican Gardens, inside a minibus with a guide who will tell you the story from the park.
Below you will find the standard ticket to enter the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, a tour of about 2 hours in the museum or the tour by minibus inside the Vatican Gardens + entrance to the museum.
Alternatively there are always Free walking tours to the various places in Rome we talked about in the previous post .