New fine beaches in Italy

According to the new decree, tourists in Rome and Sardinia can be fined if they buy sunglasses, watches and caps from illegal sales.

In Italy, tourists can be fined up to € 7,000 for the purchase of fake designer goods on the beaches, reports the Daily Mail, citing the interior Minister of the country Matteo Salvini.

The sellers, who are mostly immigrants from West Africa, often found on Italian beaches, trying to sell fake designer stuff.

According to Salvini, they are hurting legitimate businesses, selling fake and evading taxes. According to the new decree, tourists in Rome and Sardinia can be fined if they buy sunglasses, watches and baseball caps from these sellers.

By the artwork is also facing a fine from 2400 to 15300 euros.

The law will also affect tourists, who pay illegal workers on beaches for massages and tattoos .

Recall that in Vilnius on 1 July 2018, the city will be charged a tax of 1 Euro per person per night in a hotel or other tourist accommodation.