Finally, after postponing the entry fee to Venice several times, the city authorities announced that this requirement will begin to be applied on April 25, 2024.
The Venice City Council noted that with the aim of combating overtourism, in a first stage that will begin on April 25, 2024, an entrance fee of 5 euros will be charged to travelers who visit the city for one day, from 08:00 to 08:00. 30 to 4:00 p.m.
The first stage of said implementation will be from April 25 to May 5, 2024; In addition, the 5 euro rate will also apply during the rest of the weekends in May and June, as well as the first two weekends in July.
This requirement will not apply to travelers who spend the night in the city, children under 14 years of age, or residents. People with disabilities, students enrolled in the city and those visiting the destination for health reasons or a sporting event or concert will also be exempt.
Tickets must be reserved through a platform that would be launched on January 16, 2024. Upon booking and paying, you will receive a QR code that must be scanned at the turnstiles that will be located at the main access points in Venice, including the main train station.
Those who are exempt from paying the fee must also make their reservation on the platform and download the QR code.
According to local authorities, this ticket system will also allow them to know how many people will enter and leave, and therefore, they will be able to better prepare to receive them and to apply more resources in areas such as waste management and traffic control in the areas. busiest days.
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