For the general public: Tuesday – Saturday – Sunday
For schools: Wednesday and Thursday.
The Estate will remain closed during Easter and Christmas holidays, on Republic Day (June 2nd) and on 25 April and 1 May.
The scheduled visit could be cancelled due to institutional activities of the President of the Republic, specific functional and organizational needs of the Secretariat-General of the Office of the President of the Republic, in addition to the need to maintain and conserve the Estate’s flora and fauna. In this case, scheduled visitors will be given a different date and time for the visit or obtain a refund.
In case of bad weather conditions, the Secretariat-General reserves the right to modify the nature and archaeological routes. Should these trails not be walkable, the routes will be replaced with a historical and artistic tour, with no change to the visit to the archaeological and nature museums.
Historical-Artistic Route: available from 17 January to 11 June, with tours starting at the following times:
09:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. (from 17 January to 12 March 2017)
09:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. (from 14 March to 11 June 2017)
Archaeological Route: available from 14 March to 11 June, with the tour starting at the following time: 10:15 a.m.
Nature Routes: available from 14 March to 11 June.
From mid-March to mid-June 2017, the following nature routes will be available at the time indicated:
For the general public: Visitors will have to show up at the time scheduled for the tour at the meeting point in the Erminio Macario Parking Lot, at street number 60 (the shuttle terminal), or at the gate of the Estate on Via Cristoforo Colombo No. 1671, at the crossing with Via di Malafede (at the pedestrian entrance, with no parking available in the adjacent areas). Private vehicles are not admitted in the Estate grounds.
For schools: Visitors will have to show up on their respective school buses 30 minutes before the time scheduled for the tour at the gate of the Estate on Via Cristoforo Colombo No. 1671, at the crossing with Via di Malafede.