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Tourist tax

The provincial tourist tax is governed by Art. 15 of Provincial Law no. 8 of 12 August 2020 and is regulated by Presidential Decree no. 15-28/Leg. of 3 December 2020.

The tax is payable by each person who stays overnight in accommodation facilities located in the provincial territory for a maximum of 10 consecutive nights in the same facility.


There are cases of exemption:

  • family members of patients admitted to health facilities and hospitals;
  • the forces of law and order and civil protection in the performance of their duties;
  • minors up to the age of 14;
  • those receiving treatment at accredited public and private hospital facilities affiliated with the national health service located in the provincial territory;
  • persons accompanying patients admitted to public and private accredited hospital facilities, with agreements with the national health service, located in the provincial territory, limited to one accompanying person per patient;
  • persons entitled pursuant to Article 3 of Law no. 104 of 5 February 1992 (framework law for assistance, social integration and the rights of disabled persons), whose disability condition is certified pursuant to current Italian regulations and similar provisions of the countries of origin for foreign citizens and their accompanying person
  • applicants for international protection, unaccompanied foreign minors and victims of trafficking temporarily accommodated in accommodation facilities;
  • persons staying in accommodation facilities following measures adopted by public authorities to deal with emergency situations resulting from calamitous events or events of an extraordinary nature.

For the purposes of applying the exemptions, with the exception of the exemption relating to minors up to the age of 14, the guest, using the special form (available in forms and manuals) made available by the manager, declares, pursuant to articles 46 and 47 of Presidential Decree no. 445 of 28 December 2000, that he/she is entitled to exemption from payment of the provincial tourist tax.