The city of Rome is thinking of new ways to help attract visitors to the Italian capital. The plan prepared by the Capitoline municipal administration to resolve the fortunes of tourism in the city for the summer was presented last month. People under 30 would have discounts to various performances. This is a short term solution offered by the Vice Mayor, Mauro Cutrufo. “In September we will present medium to long-term projects that we will study to bring tourists back to Rome,” the Vice Mayor explained. “At the end of the summer season we will have to work with the government to include the promotion of Rome within national promotion while some measures will have to be taken for the weak American dollar,” remarked the Mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno.