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Coronavirus: Italian island will pay for your flights and hotel to encourage tourists to return

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Sicily, an island in Italy will be wooing tourists to return to the island by offering to pay half of your plane ticket, a night at a hotel, and your attraction entry fees.

Aerial view of the Cefalu, Sicily, Italy. Lovely sea and mediterranean historical houses. Province of Palermo.
Aerial view of the Cefalu, Sicily, Italy. Lovely sea and mediterranean historical houses. Province of Palermo.


The Times broke the story and reported that the offer will be available on the island’s tourism website after Italy lifts its lockdown on May 4.

Sicily is located off the south of Italy.

Aerial view of the Cefalu, Sicily, Italy. Lovely sea and mediterranean historical houses. Province of Palermo.
Aerial view of the Cefalu, Sicily, Italy. Lovely sea and mediterranean historical houses. Province of Palermo.


For every three-night stay at a hotel, they will cover one of them, along with a museum and archaeological entry tickets.

The government will use €50 million to fund the scheme, with losses of €1 billion reported from March and April.

In 2019, the Sicily towns of Mussomeli and Sambuca offered houses for just 90p.



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Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian Travel Blogger, Travel and Tourism Consultant, and Anti-human Trafficking And Safe Migration advocate. Akesse loves everything Travel & Tourism and aims to see every single country in the world.

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