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    kally is offline Junior Member - Learning about Tuscany
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    What is EU citizen exactly for museum purposes? A citizen of a European Union country OR a European citizen in general?

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    craigmillar is offline Senior Member - Expert about Tuscany
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    My understanding as far as museums are concerned is that it includes:

    1. Holders of a EU passport even if they may not be resident in the EU
    2. Non-EU passport holders who can demonstrate their residence in the EU - usually by way of an identity card. However, unlike many EU countries the UK does not issue identity cards so I am not sure what could be acceptable as an alternative - a UK driving licence?
    3. Non-EU students in full time education which would be evidenced by their student card.

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    Lourdes is offline Administrator - DiscoverTuscany Team
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    For museum purposes and reduced tickets, it refers to people with EU passports.

    Non-EU students in the EU can gain access to some museums for free ONLY if they are studying in certain departments.
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