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The FAI Autumn Days continue!

By October 22, 2020News

On 24 and 25 October do not miss many extraordinary openings throughout Italy

Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October the FAI Autumn Days are back: two days to visit usually inaccessible places – and make the boom on Instagram – throughout Italy.

In this year with unexpected implications, in which culture has suddenly stopped and is now trying to restart, FAI has decided to redouble its efforts and give us the opportunity to fill up on culture and beauty during another weekend.

The 2020 edition of the FAI Autumn Days are dedicated to Giulia Maria Crespi, who passed away last July.

As per the tradition of these extraordinary openings, admission will be free offer (minimum €. 3) and, as per new rules, the number of people will be limited, so once the destination has been identified, it will be necessary to book your visit.

There will be a thousand openings of FAI assets throughout the Italian territory. In total, the cities involved will be 400 and the aim is, once again, to make us discover precious places, normally inaccessible or little known to most.

It will range from fantastic villas and castles with sumptuous gardens, but also churches and convents, small villages and wonderful parks, and in each of them you will be able to discover forgotten stories, magical anecdotes and touch the precious work of recovery, conservation and enhancement of the culture operated by the Italian Environment Fund.

The goal is to “sow” knowledge and awareness of the Italian heritage of history, art and nature by accompanying the public, in full compliance with health safety regulations, to the discovery of places that are normally inaccessible, little known or little valued in all regions: a kaleidoscope of wonders in the effervescent proposal of the FAI and its delegates who react with even more energy and commitment, positivity and enthusiasm to the difficult period that Italy is going through. 

F.A.S. Airport Services, as Corporate Golden Donor, reminds you that protecting the cultural heritage that FAI makes available to everyone is important, and that only by helping each other we can do it.