Get paid to travel Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy—here’s what you need to know
If raising $15,000 to set up and move to Sardinia is too big of a commitment right now, why not get paid to just travel to one of Italy’s most beautiful regions instead?
Friuli Venezia Giulia, in the far northeast of the country, covers transport costs to the region – as reimbursement – if visitors travel by train from anywhere in Italy.
The Italian region is known for its impeccable ski resorts in towns like Monte Zoncolan and Tarvisio.
The area is also famous for Grado, aka the “mother of Venice”, as it is a well-known spa town, according to Tripadvisor.
Here’s what you need to know
Visitors must travel on public Trenitalia trains or Frecce high-speed lines.
To qualify for the refund, you must book a package that includes a two-night stay at a participating hotel.
After booking the package, the price of the train ticket will be deducted from the total as a discount.
The local tourist board said in a statement that it was important to note that the return ticket had to be at one of five stations: Latisana-Lignano-Bibione, Cervignano-Aquileia-Grado, Trieste Airport, Trieste Central or Udine.
Travelers are also offered a card giving them free access to museums, free public transport and other discounts.
PromoTurismoFVG, the local tourist office, is organizing this incentive until May 31, 2023.
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