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Italy sees return of tourists behaving badly. Rome police fined two Dutch tourists a total of more than €1,000 for entering the waters of the Trevi Fountain on Friday afternoon. The two men, both in their 30s, attemp...
Tourist loses control of drone in Piazza Venezia. Italian police sanctioned a tourist who crashed his drone into the roof of Palazzo Venezia in the heart of Rome on Saturday. The tourist, a 39-year-old man from Argen...
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Venice to charge tourists entry fee from 2023. Tourists travelling to Venice will have to reserve their visits to the city's historic centre from this summer, the mayor Luigi Brugnaro announced on Monday. "Tourism st...
Drone crash did not cause damage to Tuscan landmark. Two Mexican tourists were fined after they crashed their drone into the Leaning Tower of Pisa on Sunday evening. The pair, a brother and sister aged 18 and 26, wer...
All you need to know about 2022 tourism in Italy It’s no secret that the pandemic threw a massive wrench into the travel industry--for better and for worse. While limiting and restricting international travel has been a...
Tourists spotted inside Rome monument by passerby. Rome police fined two young American tourists €800 for illegally entering the Colosseum in the early hours of Monday morning. The alarm was raised after the pair wer...
Tourists fined for bathing in historic fountain in Piazza Navona.Rome police caught three young American tourists splashing around in the waters of Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers in Piazza Navona last night, at ar...
Tourists from US and UK caught in Piazza Farnese fountain. Rome police caught two young tourists splashing around in an historic fountain in the central Piazza Farnese on Monday night, reports La Repubblica newspaper....
Pompeii will open up newly unearthed thermopolium this summer. The Pompeii archaeological park is to open the recently discovered thermopolium - described as a sort of ancient 'fast food' counter - to the public from 12...
Visitor numbers at Colosseum rise thanks to European tourists. The Colosseum is currently welcoming an average of seven to eight thousand tourists a day, with visitor numbers rising, according to Italian newspaper Corri...
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One dead and more than a dozen injured in Capri bus crash. A minibus crashed into a beach resort on the Italian island of Capri, after plunging about six metres from the road above, according to local media reports....
Sunken ships in Strait of Sicily have potential for underwater tourism. Around 40 shipwrecked vessels dating from world war two have been discovered off the coast of Lampedusa, the tiny Italian island between Sicily and...
TvBoy completes pop mural of da Vinci and Mona Lisa at Rome airport. Rome's Fiumicino airport, known officially as Leonardo da Vinci, celebrates the gradual restart of tourism in Italy with a new mural by acclaimed stre...
Florence gallery launches Uffizi Diffusi project in long-term plan to combat over-tourism. The Uffizi Galleries in Florence, home to the world's finest collection of Renaissance art, has launched a radical project to 's...
Wanted in Rome interviews Antonio Barreca, director general of Federturismo, one of the key figures in Italy's travel and tourism industry. by Marco Venturini What is the current situation of tourism in Italy? The h...
Italy creates tourism ministry as the country seeks to rebuild a vital industry left reeling by covid-19. Amid the drama surrounding the recent formation of Italy's new government, led by Mario Draghi, a significant cha...
From ancient coins and mosaics to precious sand, a growing number of tourists are returning artefacts stolen from Italy's cultural heritage sites. By Andy Devane Several years ago a bulky package arrived out of the b...
Cycle track to enrich sustainable tourism offer at lake near Rome. The Lazio region has given the green light to a plan to build a 33-km cycle path around Lago di Bracciano, a lake located an hour north of Rome. The...
Plan to make Rome's river navigable "like in other European capitals" An ambitious plan to "restore the navigability" of the river Tiber, using electric boats to ferry tourists to and from the centre of the capital, has...
Repentant tourist sends stolen Pompeii artefacts back to Italy after blaming them for years of bad luck. A Canadian tourist has returned artefacts stolen from the ancient city of Pompeii 15 years ago, claiming they were...
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