Venice To Bring Back Entry Fee For Daytrippers To Combat Overtourism

(CNN) — With visitors swimming in the canals, sitting down in the middle of the street to eat, and even holding local workers hostage, Venice has become the poster child for tourists behaving badly.

So badly, in fact, and in such quantities, that the city had decided to start charging daytrippers an entry fee, in a bid to stop the "hit-and-run" tourism of up to 30 million people a year. Read full travel article here.