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Tourists go to Venice to deal with their portfolios, with a couple of extra bucks, just like the Italian city, will begin with the burden of day-trippers in summer.
With effect from the 1st of July, the Venetian government officials in charge of visitors in the range of $3.30 to $11 (3 and10 per day for access to the historic city of, with the exact cost will be determined closer to the date.
News of the fee was announced nearly a year ago, as The Telegraph reports, although the authorities have been a delay in the determination of the exact policy for tax purposes.
With effect from 1 July, visitors to the water city of Venice, will be assessed a tax. A city spokesman said Tuesday that the rate of the tax will be determined closer to the date, but it is a law for the establishment of the set up of a range of $3.30 to $11 (from 3 to 10 euros) per day.
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“The goal is to improve the quality of life of the people,” Luigi Brugnaro, the mayor of Venice, told the news in a statement earlier this year. “We’re not in it to make money.”
The new tax applies to visitors as they arrive in the lagoon town, with the bus, boat, ship, cruise ship, train, or plane, as well as via the mains.
In particular, exceptions can be made for ones trip to Venice, for an academic, employment or family reasons. Tourists will stay overnight, have been charged as part of the property.
Overtourism, it is a growing concern for the Venetian legislation, with about 30 million visitors flock to the city each year. Venice has a population of about 55,000.
The new tax applies to visitors as they arrive in the lagoon town, with the bus, boat, ship, cruise ship, airplane, or train.
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More and more insolent conduct of the people has, for a number of politicians are at their wits ‘ end.
“Venice should be respected, and that those rude people who come in here and do what they want, they need to understand. Thanks to the local police department, they will be punished and will have to be disposed of,” Brugnaro comments in a recent interview.
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Two of the tourists coming to Venice, pictured, was forced to wake up and smell the coffee, and after getting slapped with a $1,067 fine to brew up the java for a travel cooker at the end of the old bridge. (Comune di Venezia)
In the recent past, tourists coming to the city of water have been taken up to makes it as skinny dipping in the local canal-the attack of a gondolier on a selfie in dispute, and the making of the coffee at a famous old bridge.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.