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As with each new winter, the 6 Nations is back: the most important tournament in the world of rugby has kicked off over the weekend and sees Italy compete against Scotland, England, France Wales and Ireland.
Ticket holders wanting to see their favorite team in Rome now have one more reason to get to the capital: free admission to 16 museums if you have a ticket for one of the matches that will take place in Italy!
The calendar for local events is as follows:
Rugby fans will simply need to show their valid tickets at one of Rome’s city museums, which include – among others – the Capitoline Museums, Centrale Montemartini, Trajan’s Markets, Ara Pacis. For the complete list and details of the scheme, make sure you visit the site for the Italian Rugby Association (in Italian, English and French).