Entry fee to Venice: everything you need to know to get your ticket

From the coming spring, day-trippers living outside the Veneto region will have to pay to visit the city on the lagoon on peak tourist days. This is the beginning of the trial year, introduced by the Municipality of Venice, with an entry fee to access the ancient parts of the city, which can be booked on-line for certain weekends between April and July 2024. This involves a total of 29 days and the fee is EUR 5 per person, to be paid before you arrive in the city. The fee does not apply to visitors staying overnight in hotels, guest houses and B&Bs, who already pay the tourist tax.   The objective of the trial is to discourage "hit and run" tourism on certain days of the year, when tourism is at its peak. In 2024, the trial will take place on the following days: from 25 to 30 April, from 1 to 5 May, followed by the remaining weekends (Saturday and Sunday) until 13-14 July (11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 May 2024, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 June 2024 and 6, 7, 13 and 14 July), with the exception of the weekend of 1-2 June. So if you wish to visit the alleys and piazzas in Venice as a tourist, you will have to buy the mandatory ticket. The multi-channel, multi-lingual, on-line booking platform for the tickets is already up and running and the first reservations have been made.

Information https://www.veneziaunica.it/it/content/venice-entry-fee-how-it-works

Day-tripper entry fee to Venice: who has to pay and how it works

The entry fee will be mandatory between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. A number of exclusions and exemptions from payment include not only tourists staying overnight, but also commuters, students, residents in Venice and their family members, children under the age of 14 and other categories. The fee does NOT apply to those passing through Piazzale Roma, Tronchetto or Stazione Marittima, who do not enter the ancient parts of the city. In 2024, the entry fee will not be applied to the smaller islands (Lido, Murano, Burano, Torcello, Sant’Erasmo, Mazzorbo). To prove you have booked and paid the entry fee (or you are excluded or exempt from payment), just scan the QR code on your special voucher.   If you don't have a voucher, you will be fined from EUR 50 upwards: checks will be made in the two city access areas at Stazione Santa Lucia and in Piazzale Roma, without using turnstiles by authorised personnel, who will ask for your entry details and documents.  

Read the Regulations > click here  

Go to the on-line platform to buy your ticket > http://cda.ve.it

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