From January 2023, Venice will charge admission of up to ten euros

Venice Marco Polo Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Venice Marco Polo Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

From January 2023, Venice will charge admission of up to ten euros

Venice Marco Polo Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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The plan of the city administration of Venice that day visitors have to pay admission has been buzzing for a long time like a kind of Damocles sword over local tourism. Now the finance department of the Italian coastal metropolis is getting down to business and announcing that payments will have to be made from January 16, 2023.

Day visitors have to register in advance via an online portal and pay a fee of between three and ten euros per person. Following the example of low-cost airlines, "early bookers" should be rewarded with a lower price. Anyone who buys the “ticket” at short notice should be asked to pay ten euros. People staying in accommodation in Venice do not have to pay the entrance fee. Only day visitors have to pay this fee.

Venice plans to set up turnstiles at the main entrances to the city. The QR code of the admission ticket must be scanned at these. It is also planned that the financial police should carry out checks. Anyone found without one should have to shell out a fine of between 50 and 300 euros.

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