Fiumicino: the archaelogical area of Portus and the Necropolis in Isola Sacra are open to the public

11/02—31/12/2021

 

The archaeological area of the Imperial Harbours of Claudius and Trajan and the Necropolis of Portus in Isola Sacra are open to the public, after the lockdown, with new safety measures for preventing Covid-19 contagion.

New opening hours in the archaeological area of the Imperial Harbours of Claudius and Trajan (Portus)

The archaelogical area of Portus observes the following opening hours:

  • First day of opening:

Thursday 11 February 2021

  • Days and opening hours:

1st and 3rd week of the month: Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, 9.30 AM-4.30 PM.
2nd and 4th week of the month: Thursday and Friday, from 9.30 AM-4.30 PM.

Reservation is not required.

Organized groups accompanied by guides can visit the archaeological site only during the opening days.

All the visitors must wear a protective mask to cover both the nose and the mouth and observe the social distancing of 1 meter. At the entrance, an authorized operator will measure the body temperature of each person. Whoever has a body temperature equal to or higher than 37.5°C will not be able to access the arcaeological area.

The visit itinerary is free from restrictions, except for the area overlooking the Lake of Trajanus (closed to avoid gatherings) and for the Darsena (one way itinerary from the Magazzini of Trajanus).

Organized groups accompanied by guides will observe the same rules provided for the visit to the archaelogical area of Ostia antica. Groups up to 10 people + guide are allowed withouit the use of special devices and groups up to 25 people + guide are allowed with the use of audio devices (whispers).

Necropolis of Portus in Isola Sacra

  • First day of opening:
    Thursday 18 February 2021
  • Days and opening hours:
    1st and 3rd week of the month: Thursday and Friday, 10 AM-4 PM.

Reservation is not required.

Organized groups accompanied by guides can visit the archaeological site only during the opening days.

All the visitors must wear a protective mask to cover both the nose and the mouth and observe the social distancing of 1 meter. At the entrance, an authorized operator will measure the body temperature of each person. Whoever has a body temperature equal to or higher than 37.5°C will not be able to access the arcaeological area.

A specific directional signage shows the visit itinerary. It's possible to access only inside the monumental tombs n. 97, 86, 76 and 75, one person at a time, in order to avoid gatherings. All the other monumental tombs can be visited only from the outside.

Organized groups accompanied by guides will observe the same rules provided for the visit to the archaelogical area of Ostia antica. Groups up to 10 people + guide are allowed withouit the use of special devices and groups up to 25 people + guide are allowed with the use of audio devices (whispers).