After the publication of reports about the sale of houses in a village in Italy for the price of a cup of coffee, now it has been reported from another part of the country that a village is also giving money to its visitors.
The region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, located in the extreme north-east of Italy, has decided to pay visitors who come to the village by train from anywhere in the country.
If that’s not enough to book your first flight to Italy, the region will also give you a ticket that gives you museum entry, free public transport and discounts elsewhere.
The only condition is that you must stay at least two nights in this village.
Of course, it must be said that this is not a big sacrifice in this region, which leads from the east to Slovenia and from the north to Austria.
Bordered by the Venita region to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the south, visitors can combine ancient towns, vineyard-covered mountains and some of Italy’s best beaches.