People visit the ancient city of Pompei, located in the zone of Pompei Scavi, in Pompei, near Naples, which reopened to the public today, Italy, 26 May 2020. Today has begun the first phase of two weeks that will allow a walk along the streets of the ancient city, and admire the most representative places of the site according to a pre-established route, on time slots, and with the necessary distancing measures provided by the Ministry of Health. Already in this first phase it will be possible to access some houses with large spaces, and to discover some novelties in preview, such as the Domus of Cornelio Rufo with its colonnaded garden which incorporates the flourishing garden, recently restored. From June 9, a second band will follow with the opening of further unpublished spaces and domus, with separate entrance and exit, and with the support of technology to organize and monitor flows. ANSA/CESARE ABBATE

La città sepolta dall'eruzione del Vesuvio nel 79 d.C riapre ai visitatori senza i grandi gruppi a cui il sito era abituato: si entra in massimo 40 persone ogni 15 minuti. Per le prime due settimane biglietto ridotto a 5 euro. Il direttore generale della Soprintendenza, Massimo Osanna: "In questo momento è ancora più bella, ha un fascino metafisico"