Trip to Rome this Summer?

For those you planning a travel to Rome, think twice before going for that Roman vacation, a la Audrey Hepburn. The once free spirited place where nudity at the beaches is normal and noone stares at you for smoking a cigarette after dinner is about to change. Who dared? The Italian city's mayor, Virgina Raggi enforcing some not so cool rules.

We'll start by saying, no you may not eat or drink near Rome's historic fountains no more. And yes, you may not sit on it either. Get your bootie off the history. The Trevi Fountain is for looking, not sitting and eating an ice-cream. And that is not it. The city now prohibits public drinking after 10 pm - all the way through the end of October. The ban also prohibits stores from selling alcohol after 10, and bars and clubs from serving after 2 am.

"We don't want the Roman summer evenings to be ruined by episodes linked to excessive consumption of alcohol," the mayor said in a statement. No more vino under the stars, Grazi!