Italy, one of the most toured and loved nations in the pre-COVID world, sustained a great knock as the world succumbed to a stringent lockdown to control the pandemic. Italy’s blooming tourism industry bore an enormous price which is now lagging towards normalcy. However, Italy is now, reopening its doors to commuters as it recovers from the blow it took from COVID-19. To win back travellers, San Giovanni, a scenic village in southern Italy has initiated a move. Anyone travelling to San Giovanni, between July to October in 2020 will be offered free accommodation for seven nights. For a week, you will not have to pay anything to stay in this marvellous village. Word has it, this village has several deserted homes, which have been rehabilitated by the authorities to let out as stay facilities.
This initiative, dubbed as Regalati il Molise attempts to tap travellers money back into the economy. Similar to a plethora of comparable villages in Italy, Paris, and a few other countries, San Giovanni has been witnessing a constant slump in the population. Most of its population has immigrated to metropolitans. Officials believe that tourists that save on staycation in this village will spend their money on other activities. To stay in this enchanting Italian village, get in touch with the village’s cultural association at firstname.lastname@example.org, fill a form and express your reason to pick San Giovanni.