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Venice : liners will no longer be able to dock in the historic centre

The Italian government has decided to relocate them to the industrial port



Despite the confinement, Venice is making a revolution. The Italian government has decided to relocate the cruise ship port of the Serenissima to the industrial port. If the solution is temporary, the aim is to find a solution so that ships no longer dock in the historic centre of Venice.


Rédigé par La Rédaction le Lundi 29 Mars 2021

The Italian government has decided to relocate liners to the industrial port - Photo credit: Depositphotos @Maugli
The Italian government has decided to relocate liners to the industrial port - Photo credit: Depositphotos @Maugli
For several years now, the subject has been on the table, thanks to demonstrations by the inhabitants, who no longer want to see the huge cruise ships dock in the heart of the historic centre.

The health crisis and the lack of cruises will have caused the Venetian tourist revolution.

The Italian government has decided to ban cruise ships from the historic centre, to keep them away from St Mark's Square and other Venetian jewels.

From now on, cruise ships will be forced to drop anchor in the city's industrial port.

The decision was taken "in order to protect a cultural and historical heritage that belongs not only to Italy but to the whole world", said the ministers for culture, tourism, environment and infrastructure in a joint statement.

The industrial port is only a temporary solution, and the authorities have launched a call for contributions to find a definitive solution to the problem of cruise ships.

The idea will be to create a new terminal outside the cruise city.


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