Travel Corporation to absorb expanding Italy hotel tax

THE TRAVEL Corporation will absorb the cost of a hotel tax recently started in Florence, as well as a soon-to-be-introduced hotel tax in Venice.

All travellers who have confirmed or are planning to book a holiday, including a Florence or Venice hotel stay this year with Trafalgar, Insight Vacations or Contiki Holidays, will be exempted from paying the levy.

This is an extension of the group’s pledge to absorb the cost of a similar hotel tax introduced in Rome at the start of the year.

The tax, which will commence in Venice from August 23, is charged at the rate of between one and five euros (US$1.4 to US$7) per person per night, depending on the hotel star rating.

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