I’m sure that many of you have had to cancel trips due to the coronavirus pandemic and would love to get away when it’s safe to do so in the future.
I was supposed to go with Lucas to China in February. We canceled that trip and decided to go to the Netherlands instead. We also had a family trip to the Galapagos planned for Spring Break. You can probably guess how that worked out. What can you do…
We all love a good deal and the Italian island of Sicily has an offer for you.
Frommer’s reports that “the government of this storied Italian island has put aside €500 million (about $595 million) to pay for 50% of the cost of airfare for anyone who comes in the months that tourism returns.”
I’ve heard great things over the years regarding Sicily and would love to visit. Half-price airfare will definitely have us look into taking a trip there.
If half price airfare isn’t enough of a deal, money from the fund will also pay for one out of every three nights of your hotel stay. That comes to another 33% discount!
Another benefit of visiting Sicily when it’s safe to travel again is that entry fees to museums and historic sites will be free. This will cost the government an additional €45 million (around $48 million US).
Frommer’s mentions that in the future there will be a form on the Sicily Tourism website to register for the rebates.
When tourism to Sicily returns, would you consider visiting primarily due to these generous savings being offered?
Find out more from Frommer’s here.