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Dpcm 198 - march 8th, 2020: museums and attractions are closed

We inform you that, following the Dpcm 198 – march 8th, 2020, the Municipality of Genoa has decided for the closure of museums, cultural centres and touristic attractions.


- The Acquario di Genova, the Biosfera and the Bigo are closed;


- All the city museums are closed and all the events are cancelled; 


- Even Palazzo Ducale is closed and all its exhibitions, conferences and events are suspended; 


- All Tourist Information Offices in the city of Genoa are closed until further notice, in accordance with national measures of containment of COVID-19. Information is available from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday-Friday by phone (+39) 010 5572903 or mail info@visitgenoa.it .


- The guided tours "Genova walking tour" and "Le splendide dimore genovesi del ‘500" are suspended;


- All public or private events are suspended, including cultural, recreational, religious and fair events, but also sports even if they are held indoors but open to the public
- All open-air markets operating in the Municipality of Genoa are suspended.

-  Until midnight on May 17th, beaches, cliffs and beaches are forbidden. You can access only for the practice of sports activities as identified by the ordinance of the Liguria Region number 25/2020 (windsurfing, canoeing, diving ...).  Public parks and promenades are now open to the public, including Corso Italia on the sea side and Boccadasse, but the use of masks is strongly recommended in areas outside private property and is mandatory in parks, municipal gardens, public villas, cemeteries, private premises for public use, premises used for commercial activities, public transport.  The masks are also mandatory in walks for motor activities, but not for those who practice sports activities, such as running and cycling, except for those areas where it is mandatory for all (such as parks). The Parco Durazzo Pallavicini reopens its gates to the public from Saturday 16 May.