Natalie is a travel and food writer who has been living in Rome, Italy since 2010. She regularly contributes to guidebooks, magazines, and more, sharing her love of la dolce vita between pizza slices and gelato breaks. She offers you here to visit 6 amazing Italian museums from home.
Visit Natalie’s great Italian discoveries at www.anamericaninrome.com.
“Every single museum and cultural site in Italy has been closed since March 8th. Since then, the restrictions on movements within Italy have become much stricter. At the same time, the restrictions on coming into Italy also keep growing, with travel bans, flight cancellations, and airport closures.
“ There is so much beauty in the world, even if we have to hit pause on seeing it directly in front of us.
In Italy, we are all stuck inside and required to stay home except for when one person per family can leave to do essential shopping for food and medicine. These are truly strange times, and I know that they have (and will continue to) impact people inside and outside of the Bel Paese for the coming weeks and months.
Vacations and dreams have all been put on hold for the time being, but luckily there are some ways to keep experiencing Italy even if you cannot explore in person. There is so much beauty in the world, even if we have to hit pause on seeing it directly in front of us – that is why I put together this list of the best Italian museums you can explore virtually.”
All Finest International’s teams are gathering to salute the great Italian people and all our human fellows during the times we are going through. We do not doubt that all together, we will face it and raise, stronger and more unified than before.