The Guardian reports that there will be a fee of up to 10 Euros per tourist per day. While probably a nice way to help fund the expenditures involved in dealing with so many tourists, I don't see how this will bring their numbers down. Overtourism is still a problem looking for a solution, and I don't believe there will be any in the near future - unless pandemics and other disasters count. So long as so many people are willing to go to such crowded destinations - and so many profit from this - I don't see a change on the horizon. It's a mindset issue, and as such very hard to change.
Indeed, some of the more "extreme" steps are supposed to be initiated this summer. It will be interesting when we will hear of the first tourist that was denied access to Venice because of a quota limit. I still find it hard to believe that this will happen.with limitations on the number of available visitors per day. . Of course with any new program, they are working on the logistics.
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