The latest decisions on the regulation of both the tourist guide and the tour leader

Author/s Chiara Tincani
Publishing Year 2019 Issue 2018/24
Language Italian Pages 53 P. 434-486 File size 1560 KB
DOI 10.3280/DT2018-024003
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Following art. 3 of the law n. 97 of 2013, the qualification for the profession of tourist guide is valid throughout the national territory. The principle has been attenuated by the d.m. 7 April 2015, with which the Minister for cultural assets and activities identified more than three thousand sites, for which the exercise of the activity was subject to a further special authorization, whose characteristics were defined by the subsequent decree 11 December 2015. Having been invested of the question of the legitimacy of the two aforementioned decrees, the decision of the Council of State did not consider the two decrees legitimate. The decision of the Council of justice for the Sicilian region has reconfirmed the distinction between guide and tour leader through the article 6 of the so called "Codice del turismo". It has not unified the two categories, of guide and of the tour leader.

Chiara Tincani, Recenti interventi giurisprudenziali sulla regolamentazione delle professioni di guida e di accompagnatore turistici in "RIVISTA ITALIANA DI DIRITTO DEL TURISMO" 24/2018, pp 434-486, DOI: 10.3280/DT2018-024003