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Tourist tax in Italy

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The tourist tax, or so-called “climate tax”, is an integral part of a stay in destinations with scenic qualities and unique climatic characteristics. You may or may not agree with this fact, but one thing is certain – you have to pay!

How much is the tourist tax in Italy?

Much about this depends on the town or city where you intend to stay. In popular towns and resorts, the charge will be higher than in resorts located away from the attractions.

Tourist tax in Florence (max 7 nights)

five-star facilities – 5.00 euro,
4-star accommodation – 4.90 euros,
three-star facilities – 4.50 euros.

Tourist tax in Genoa (max 8 nights)

five-star facilities – 4.50 euro,
four-star accommodation – 3.00 euros,
three-star facilities – 1.50 euros.

Tourist tax in Milan (max 14 nights)

five-star facilities – 5.00 euro,
four-star establishments – 5.00 euro,
three-star facilities – 4.00 euro.

Tourist tax in Palermo (max 4 nights)

five-star establishments – 3.00 euro,
4-star establishments – 2.00 euro,
three-star facilities – 1.50 euros.

Tourist tax in Parma (max 5 nights)

five-star facilities – 3.50 euro,
4-star establishments – 3.50 euros,
three-star facilities – 2.00 euro.

Tourist tax in Perugia (max 10 nights)

five-star facilities – 2.50 euro,
four-star establishments – 2.00 euro,
three-star facilities – 1.50 euros.

Tourist tax in Rimini (max 7 nights):

five-star facilities – 4.00 euro,
4-star accommodation – 3.00 euro,
three-star facilities – 2.00 euro.

Tourist tax in Rome (max. 10 nights)

five-star establishments – 7.00 euro,
four-star accommodation – 6.00 euro,
three-star accommodation – 4.00 euro.

Tourist tax in Sirmione (max. 7 nights)

five-star facilities – 3.50 euro,
four-star accommodation – 2.30 euros,
three-star facilities – 1.50 euros.

Tourist tax in Taormina (max 10 nights)

five-star facilities – 5.00 euro,
four-star accommodation – 3.50 euros,
three-star facilities – 2.00 euro.

Tourist tax in Turin (max 7 nights)

five-star facilities – 5.00 euro,
4-star accommodation – 3.70 euros,
three-star facilities – 2.80 euros.

Tourist tax in Verona (max 5 nights)

five-star establishments – 5.00 euro,
four-star accommodation – 3.50 euros,
three-star establishments – 2.50 euros.

Who is obliged to pay the tourist tax?

Any individual who stays at a holiday resort/resort for more than 24 hours (24 hours). It is also worth remembering that the tourist fee is a tax per night.

Tourist tax in Italy – who is exempt from it?

First and foremost:

– guides;

– bus drivers (note: drivers must be accommodated in the same establishment as the group of tourists they are travelling with);

– blind persons;

– diplomats.

Important! All of these people are exempt from fees provided they are travelling in an organised group (minimum 25 people).

Child fee – how much is it?

In many places, children are exempt from the tourist fee up to a certain age.

                               Town                 Does not pay for children up to the age of
Florence 12
Genoa 14
Milan 18
Palermo 12
Parma 12
Perugia 14
Rome 10
Sirmione 14
Taormina 14
Turin 12
Verona 14

Does everyone have to pay the tourist tax?

Some are exempt from the fee.

Is the tourist fee fixed?

No. It changes every year.

 

 

Simon Machniewski

Simon Machniewski

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