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See How Social Media Users Reacts After Venice to charge day-tourists to visit

People who don't plan on staying overnight in the old lagoon city in Italy will have to pay a fee starting in January.

Here are some reactions from social media users across the world 

"The cruiseship industry has killed this magnificent place. 

Its a shame what has been done to it in the name of profiteering. I loved this city in a earlier day, but on my last visit in 2019 found hordes of cruise ship visitors created unbearable conditions."

"If they’re really interested in the well being of Venice and the people who live there, maybe they should ban ALL tourists for 10 years. This would give the city and its inhabitants time to repair and recover".

"It is more than fair. The cruise ships have caused environmental issues and the glut of tourists they bring have negatively affected every day life for Venetians. Tourists are fine. Hordes of them are not. It is a magical city and worth any fee to see."

"Day tourism is what is killing Venice and many other places, people sleep and eat on the cruise boats, they get entertainment on the boats and often times they don't even shop because is to "expensive" yet they croud the places making it unbearable for genuine tourists. I would personally think that an outright ban would benefit them greater than just a small change. People will then have no choice but to spend money there if they really wanted to see the place."