Venetian Tourists Have To Leave Noisy Suitcases At Home

Residents of Venice spoke negatively about the tourists, but rather on their suitcases. Yes, indeed they are quite convenient and are popular among tourists, but people make too much noise due to the fact that Venetian streets covered with paving stones. They wrote an appeal, which was sent to the local city hall.
Each year about 27 million tourists arrive in Venice. Most of them come back with the ill-fated suitcases that can be moved thanks to a special plastic wheels. The city authorities decided on the water to meet the Venetians. In this regard, the official site posted a special appeal, which was the request not to take a "noisy" baggage.
If to do without such a suitcase is not possible, use special wheels that are filled with air or liquid. They are not as noisy. There is currently no official rules regarding suitcases no, but I have a request. If tourists do not pay her any attention, it is likely that will have specific penalties.
Thus, it would be not only preserved the peace of the Venetians, but also an ancient stone slabs.

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