1. IntroductionLocated in Italy, Venice is known as one of the most beautiful places to be as a tourist both locally and internationally (Luigi, 1982). Due to its welcoming serenity, culture and art, tourists have flocked the site resulting in its sinking due to overpopulation. There are various themes evidenced in a case study on the sinking due to a large number tourists (David, 1992). Cultural heritage, economic strength, poverty, hospitality, tourism consent, self-interest are some of the touristic themes in the city. The city’s cultural heritage is so rich; hence, it is a key tourist destination. However, conflict of interest arises when the authorities impress self-interest by flocking in more tourists forgetting the unforeseen consequences that are extremely dire.