This Italian City Wants To Pay You To Come Visit.

Aerial view of the stunning Amalfi coast with road and the Atrani town with arched road in Italy

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Who wants to go to Italy and get paid?! Well now here's your chance. There is a town in the Northeast part of Italy called Friuli-Venezia Giulia and they want to pay you to come visit them!

This is apparently what you have to do

"Visitors must travel on the state-run Trenitalia trains or the high-speed Frecce lines.

To take advantage of the refund, you must book a package that includes a two-night stay at a hotel that’s participating in the initiative.

After booking the package, the cost of the train fare will be taken off the total as a discount. The local tourist board stated in a release that it was important to note the return ticket must be to one of five stations: Latisana-Lignano-Bibione, Cervignano-Aquileia-Grado, Trieste Airport, Trieste Centrale, or Udine. Travelers are also being offered a card that gives them free entry to museums, free public transportation, and other discounts."

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