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Venice to charge tourists entry fee in world first

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Venice will become the first city to charge visitors to make a reservation and pay a fee in an attempt to manage the number of tourists who flock there every year. 

From 16 January 2023, tourists who aren’t staying overnight in Venice will have to sign up online pay a fee, ranging from €3 to €10 (£2.58 to £8.62) a person - the price varies depending on how far in advance the booking is made and whether or not its peak season. 

Anyone stopped by authorities and unable show proof they booked and paid with a QR code could be hit with a fine of up to €300 (£258).


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