Covid-19: Finally Italy as Tuscany turns yellow


On Monday, April 26, Italy will begin to ease restrictive measures as the country shows signs of falling infection numbers and the vaccine effort accelerates (16 million Italians have received the first dose and nearly 5 million are fully vaccinated). It has been confirmed that Tuscany will also return to “yellow zone” status on April 26.

Civic museums reopen

After a prolonged period of closure caused by the pandemic, Florence’s civic museums are set to reopen on Monday, January 18, news that has been long awaited by the cultural sector. The following museums will reopen to the public: Palazzo Vecchio and the Torre di Arnolfo, Museo Novecento (including the Henry Moore exhibitions), Museo Bardini, Brancacci Chapel, Santa Maria Novella Museum (with Massimo Sestini’s photographic show based […]

Accademia Gallery set to reopen

“The Accademia Gallery has been closed for obvious reasons, but we have not stopped for a moment,” director Cecilie Hollberg commented in a press release. “We took the opportunity to continue and commence work, which, as previously communicated, is essential to improving the wellbeing of the Gallery and its precious collections.” Four hundred and fifty […]