The tourist industry of former Venetian colonies suffers from the decision of the historic Serenissima to limit the number of visitors, BNE intel reports.

Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Zadar, Pula, and Kotor are some of the cities that will see their tourism decline due to a surprise decision by Venice city council to reduce the burden of tourism on the city, by installing people-counters in high-traffic areas.

The decision taken at the end of April could limit the number of cruise ships visiting Ven...

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