FAI Spring Days 2022: 26 and 27 March

THESpring is finally here on 21 March. And, a few days later, the next weekend to be precise, the FAI Days, the most important event dedicated to the cultural and landscape heritage of our country.

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An opportunity also to celebrate the thirtieth edition of the initiative which, finally, finds its traditional temporal location, after the slips of the last two years due to the health emergency.

The flagship eventthanks to which more than 14,000 places of art and nature throughout Italy have been opened to the public and enhanced since 1993, it will take place on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March. It will have as protagonists some places of absolute beauty that are still little known.

Discovering the unknown Italian beauties

By participating in the visits proposed by the volunteers, in fact, it will be possible discover and rediscover over 700 usually inaccessible places in 400 cities. Villas, historic buildings and archaeological areas will be opened. But also churches of great architectural or historical-artistic value, castles, libraries, art collections and museums.

They will not fail itineraries in the villages to discover lesser known corners of the Italian landscape, where hidden treasures are preserved and ancient traditions handed down. Or educational visits in urban parks, botanical gardens, historic gardens and courtyards, born from the commitment put in place by the Foundation for the dissemination of a wider “Culture of nature”.

FAI days: between Mackenzie Castle and Palazzo Corsini

TO Genoa we will go to the discovery of Mackenzie Castlethe first important work of Gino Coppedè and usually closed to the public. Rome will open the doors of the eighteenth century Corsini Palace, seat of the Accademia dei Lincei, the oldest scientific academy in the world founded in 1603 by Federico Cesi.

Palazzo Bichi Ruspoli in Siena it will unveil its eighteenth-century rooms and a Sorrentoon the other hand, the tour of Villa Cortchacow it will extend between the sumptuous halls and the numerous rooms overlooking the Gulf of Naples. But many other visits are planned.

In short, a special weekend that will allow visitors to reconnect to the history and culture of Italy and to feel part of the territories in which they live, but of which they often do not fully know the beauty and value.