To stimulate domestic tourism, the Italian government will offer a bonus of up to 500 euros to Italian citizens with an annual income of less than 40,000 euros.
As a way of rebuilding the country's tourism, the Prime Minister of Italy, Giuseppe Conte, announced last Thursday an incentive to citizens. To try to stimulate domestic tourism, the government will offer a bonus of up to 500 euros for families with an annual income of less than 40,000 euros.
According to the measure, which was approved by the Council of Ministers of the country, the people will receive some kind of credit and can be used to pay for tourist accommodation services, such as hotels. Credits can be used from July 1st until December 2020.
In addition, another measure will also help local businesses linked to tourism. Bars, restaurants, hotels, parks, among other spaces, will be exempt from municipal taxes.
To help lodging enterprises, which will have to adapt their facilities according to new hygiene rules, for example, the government will still inject around 2.4 billion euros in the hotel sector.
Furthermore, Italy is now preparing to reopen its museums and exhibitions, which should resume their activities from today (May 18th). The statement was also made by the country's prime minister, who announced a progressive and slow return to attractions.
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