The new scheme for receiving tourists was implemented with the aim of revitalizing tourism in the region. By the way, it is considered one of the least visited areas of Italy.
All tourists arriving in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region will have the right to travel free of charge throughout the country by train. The authorities of the region will pay for them.
In addition, officials confirmed that they will issue each traveler a card that entitles them to free admission to museums, free travel on public transport, and also provides discounts in a variety of locations.
Tourists will be able to travel on Trenitalia's state-owned trains, from regular regional lines to intercity lines, as well as high-speed Frecce lines.
To take advantage of the trip, tourists must book a tour package with accommodation at a participating hotel. When booking at least two nights, the cost of the return ticket will be refunded as cashback from the total amount.
As a reminder, the Italian authorities have previously confirmed that from January 1, 2023, all day travelers planning to visit Venice will be charged fee.
The cost of the entrance ticket depends on the season, that is, on the season. Visitors who do not have a valid ticket with them will be denied entry to Venice by the city authorities.
Italian tourism revenue is projected to reach almost 17 billion euros this summer.
In The first half of this year saw a significant increase in arrivals as well as room occupancy, indicating that the country is recovering from the pandemic. However, according to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), a quarter of a million travel and tourism jobs in Italy will remain vacant this year.