Rome to introduce €5 pass for city museums

Mic card will give Rome residents unlimited access to city museums.

Rome is introducing a new museum pass that will entitle the capital's residents to unlimited access to city museums for 12 months.
The €5 Mic card is reserved exclusively for people who are resident in Rome - not tourists - and is expected to be launched during the spring of 2018.
Participating museums include the Ara Pacis, Capitoline Museums, Trajan's Markets, Museo di Roma in Trastevere, Centrale Montemartini and Villa Torlonia.
The initiative has been described by the city's mayor Virginia Raggi as a "great opportunity for those who live in Rome." For details see city website.

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