Who doesn\’t adore sunny Italy, Venice, Naples, etc.? You will surely want to visit Rome as well. There really is a lot to see and do, and tourists flock there in droves. So, unfortunately, what was bound to happen one day anyway has become a reality. Namely, the ban.

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Of course, you are all kind and well mannered tourists, but unfortunately, there are also those who think they own the place and can do whatever they want. Problems piled on problems

and trouble on trouble, until it angered the city council. The bans were not new, but many of them were in addition to the bans that had been in place for some time. In fact, some were already in effect after World War II. So if you read all the way to the end, you will find yourself having to be very careful.

Men, forget about walking around the sights in half-dressed . No, nice shirts and shirts, but not halfway dressed.

Were you hungry and wanted to save money? You have to hide your snacks somewhere well, because some placeswon\’t let you eat them. Especially fast food places.
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You can get finedfor wearing historical clothing orsitting in inappropriate places. If you want to get wet or jump in the fountain, go ahead. The fine is up to 400 euros. It is also forbidden to throw coins into the water. The only exception is the Trevi Fountain, because of the famous superstition that throwing coins into it will bring you back to Rome.

Even if you get tipsy at night from wine,do not make noise or fight. But this should apply everywhere, not just in Rome. Here it is a bit stricter: no one is allowed to sell alcohol between 2:00 and 7:00 in the morning, and so it should be.

Bringing pets into this city is also not recommended. 45]

Dogs are very restricted in their movements,and therefore must be alone in hotels and places of stay.

These are just a few of the prohibitions, not all, so you will have to find out for yourself.