CITY TAX FROM 1 AUGUST 2012.
Tax purpose The tourist tax is intended to finance tourism actions, including support to accommodation
facilities, maintenance, accessibility and restoration of cultural heritage and environmental sites. It is also
intended to support local public services.
Who is exempt from paying this tax:
a. Verona registered residents;
b. children under the age of 14;
c. people staying overnight in youth hostels;
d. Verona City Council official guests;
e. patients undergoing therapies in healthcare establishments located within the
municipal territory, and their accompanying persons (one accompanying person
f. people assisting patients hospitalized in healthcare establishments located in
the municipal territory (one accompanying person per patient);
g. parents or their designated representatives, assisting minors hospitalized in
healthcare establishments within the municipal territory (maximum two people
per patient );
h. non-self-sufficient disabled people and their accompanying persons;
i. coach drivers and guides of organized groups (the exemption is applied for
every coach driver and one guide for every 25 persons) ;
j. members of Armed Forces, State/Local Police and Fire Brigade, staying overnight
for work reasons.
A tourist tax was adopted by City Council Decision no. 61 on 12th July 2012,
becoming effective on 1st August 2012.
Who pays this tax
Non-resident visitors over the age of 14 years, spending one or more nights in local accommodation
facilities, have to pay a tourist tax. This one is collected by facility owners/managers, who have to provide receipt of payment to the guests. People omitting the payment will incur sanctions established under the National Law. Tax rates (Adopted by decision no. 247 on 18th July 2012)
For more detailed information, please visit the dedicated tax page on our website