Italy's newly-approved budget includes the introduction of an entrance tax for tourists who visit Venice.
According to Euronews, at present visitors pay a charge of one euro-fifty-cents each for every night spent in a hotel or rented apartment. The new measure authorises the city to replace that with an entrance tax, meaning that anyone who visits the city for a day or even just a few hours, will also have to pay.
It's estimated that the new system will be worth around 50 million euros a year, up from the present 30 million a year.
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