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Italy Will Pay For You to Vacation in Italy

ROME, ITALY - MARCH 17: The colors of the Italian flag are projected onto the Palazzo Senatorio building on Capitoline Hill (Campidoglio) in the historic city center as a van of the Italian Red Cross passes by during the distribution of 50 meals to homeless people on March 17, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Homeless people are trapped in still cities, many assistance centers are closed due to possible contagion, some associations have stopped or slowed down their assistance activities.Nobody begs because nobody can leave the house, and without money you can't buy anything and the shops are almost all closed. Homeless people have become an emergency within the emergency. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)

In an attempt to get people to visit, an Italian village has announced that they’re willing to pay for you to come and stay in their empty houses and villas.

Molise, which is about two hours from Rome, is offering the seven-night free deal in partnership with the “Give Yourself Molise” association.

The region has 40 free stays to offer throughout the summer in the village of San Giovanni in Galdo from July 4 through October 3. You can choose if you want a 2,3, or 4 bedroom villa.

If this trip intrigues you just fill out the application at, which is in Italian, and not be a resident of Molise. Up to five people can be part of one application. Hurry, over 600 people have already applied.

Do you think a free trip is worth the coronavirus risk?

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