Know the new laws in Rome for touristsan attempt by the city government to regulate excess tourism in the Italian capital and protect public heritage.
Unfortunately, the excess of tourists in some cities (Venice, Paris, Dubrovnik, for example) is causing chronic problems for residents and their daily lives. Many attempts and experiments are being made to minimize impacts (such as limiting visitors, restricting vehicle access, etc.). In Rome, the solution adopted was new laws.
What has changed? What are the new laws in Rome for tourists?
- Forbidden people to charge for photos or sell products dressed as centurions or other ancient Roman costume.
- Companies that charge extortionate prices for tours will be banned.
- No eating and drinking in public monuments, such as the Fontada di Trevi.
- No pub crawl, those bar drinking excursions
- Limitation of hours for selling alcoholic beverages in stores and vending machines (vending machines), being prohibited from 10 pm to 7 am.
- It is forbidden to consume alcoholic beverages on the street and in parks after 11 pm.
- It is prohibited to sell alcohol in clubs and nightclubs after 2:00 am.
- end of tourist bus traffic in the historic center of Rome.
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