Essential advice for the Eternal City: insider tips from locals so you can maximize your vacation and spend more time enjoying Rome.
Rome is now in “yellow” status.
This means that museums and architectural sites are now open. For visits at the weekend, tickets must be booked in advance.
Personal movement is permitted throughout the Lazio region, and travel is permitted between other “yellow” regions. Schools are open. Stores, hairdressers, salons and gyms are now open. Restaurants are open for dining outside until 10 pm, and they may deliver or offer take-out at any time. Bars are open, outdoors only, from 5 am until 10 pm.
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