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Rome, Italy: Behave Yourselves, Senior Tourists! PDF Print E-mail

The city government has enforced more strict rules this year to preserve the dignity and beauty of the ancient city. For such offenses as damaging art, leaving trash on the sidewalk, drunk in public and excessive noise, a tourist could be fined up to $500. Or if the deed is more drastic, some Roman hoosegow time.

The Trevi Fountain, one of the city’s favorite tourist spots and location of many films, often now attracts unruly visitors to wade in for selfies. Hmmmm, if a trio of tourists jumped in waist high Trevi water, would it inspire a film titled “Three Groins In The Fountain”?

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