Initiative extraordinary offer from The Lotto Game to celebrate a great city of art and its treasures with free events available to all citizens. This is the synthesis of “Più tua Napoli“, Neapolitan stage of the National Initiative “Il Gioco Più tuo in tour“, which will animate Naples with openings free of prestigious museums in collaboration with the Museums of Campania and the Museo di Capodimonte and which will have the grand final free concert of “Il Volo” scheduled for July 4 at 21 in Piazza Plebiscito, with the sponsorship of the City of Naples. Tomorrow Wednesday, July 1 Royal Palace at night will reveal its wonders from 8.00 hour pm to 11.00 pm with guided tours every 30 minutes (last departure at 10:30 pm). Opening night and guided tours Friday, July 3 at Castel Sant ‘Elmo and Certosa di San Martino Museum and from 8.00 hours pm to 11.00 pm with guided tours every 30 minutes (last departure at 10:30 pm). ‘”That for art and culture is a commitment to the Lotto game lasts for 500 years, ever since Pope Innocent XII authorized to pour revenue Lotto for the completion of the building of the House, the current headquarters the Italian Chamber of Deputies. With “Più tua Napoli” the Game of Lotto continues this tradition, promoting the knowledge and appreciation of the artistic treasures of the city and making it more attractive to live”, said in a statement. The free concert of “Il Volo” on July 4 at 9 hours pm in Piazza Plebiscito in Naples close the stage of the “The longer you play on tour”, The initiative that Lotto is bringing in the streets of Italian cities corresponding to the wheels lot with cultural activities and entertainment, to encourage everyone to rediscover their city in a different light, to live together and to recover the beauty. “Piu tua Napoli” is a tribute to an extraordinary city that survived for centuries a special bond with the Lotto game. Naples is art, beauty, music, folklore and our initiative wants to celebrate in a special way these unique aspects with the fundamental contribution of the same napoletani – said Marzia Mastrogiacomo, editor of The Lotto – Più Tua Napoli is just one of many initiatives cultural and entertainment Lotto implements and supports, with the aim of putting art and culture, priceless heritage of Italy, available to as many people as possible, thus giving back to the community a portion of the proceeds of game”. For a full schedule of “Più Tua Napoli”: www.giocodellotto.it.- www.facebook.com/ilgiocodellotto.