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Venice tackles overtourism by becoming the first city to require Day Tickets for tourists

  1. With 55,000 residents struggling to maintain normalcy amidst 120,000 tourists, Venice confronts the consequences of its own draw.

Venice takes a step, becoming the first to require day tickets for peak-season tourists, tackling overtourism.

Venice introduces EUR 5 day tickets for tourists visiting the old city center during peak season (April 25-July 14).

The day ticket system only applies to day trippers, exempting young visitors and offering residents and their families unhindered access.

Despite years of debate and approval, concerns linger about unlimited tourist numbers under the new system.

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