Venice imposing tourist fee

Monday, Apr 25, 2022 0

Venice is pressing ahead with an entry fee for tourists. A fee ranging from €3 to €10 will be payable for daytrippers via a booking system. Reservations can be made in advance from this summer, with the entrance fee starting from January 2023.

It becomes the first city of its kind to require an entry fee. The booking system is the ‘right course to take, for a more balanced management of tourism,’ Mayor Luigi Brugnaro tweeted.

The booking system will be voluntary for 2022, with incentives to use it, such as skip-the-line perks at attractions and museums. The system becomes mandatory in January 2023.

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