Tourism expert Simon Ventini said: This request, which will enter into force on January 16, aims to better control visitor numbers, especially at the height of the season; According to German.
This comes as local residents criticize the city authorities' efforts to receive large numbers of tourists, which makes it difficult to pass in the city's narrow waterways and congestion in front of Venice's most famous landmarks. Before the Corona pandemic, the city received more than 100,000 visitors daily.
The authorities are currently aiming to focus on benefiting from day visitors and cruise ship guests, many of whom do not contribute to the local economy.
Ticket prices, which will vary as a result of surprise pricing according to turnout, are up to €10 per person, and the value of tickets will drop for those who pre-book them.
Visitors will be required to book tickets online, and people who enter the historic city center without a ticket will face fines ranging from €50 to €300.