Let’s not miss the opportunity to visit the Eternal City with free nights financed by the Region

Let’s not miss the opportunity to visit the Eternal City with free nights financed by the Region
Let’s not miss the opportunity to visit the Eternal City with free nights financed by the Region

The initiative is called “More nights, more dreams” and is promoted and financed by the Lazio Region to relaunch tourism in the capital.

It is a question of lengthening the stay of tourists with additional overnight stays financed with funds from the Region (10 million euros). It will be structured in two ways:

a) 3 + 1. Tourists who have booked and used three consecutive nights in an accommodation facility will be able to take advantage of an additional overnight stay financed by the Region;

b) 5 + 2. Tourists who have booked and used five consecutive nights will be able to take advantage of another two free nights guaranteed by regional funds.

Let’s not miss the opportunity to visit the Eternal City with free nights financed by the Region: here’s how to take advantage of it

The area of ​​the structures involved will not only be that of Rome but of the entire Metropolitan City. The initiative, therefore, will also involve the areas of Frosinone and Rieti but also those of the province of Viterbo and Latina.

To take advantage of this opportunity, tour operators must submit an expression of interest by midnight on June 16th. Tourists will then be able to consult the list of structures that will adhere to “More nights, more dreams” on the visitlazio.com website.

It will be possible to start benefiting from the incentive starting from early July until all resources are exhausted.

Therefore we will be able to visit the capital for a few days and perhaps thanks to the day given to leave the walls and discover the surroundings.

On the Rome Tourism website we find a list of very interesting three-day tours to which you can add a trip out of town for the day honored.

Here are some suggestions: Villa d’Este in Tivoli, or the Saline di Tarquinia or the Frascati Doc areas and the Landriana Gardens in Ardea.

Remember that many museums are closed on Mondays except for the following sites which are regularly open. In addition to the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum, the Vatican Museums, Castel Sant’Angelo, the Capitoline Museums and Trajan’s Markets will also be open on Monday. The Ara Pacis, the Stadium of Domitian in Piazza Navona, Terme di Caracalla and the Galleria Spada are also open (closed on Tuesdays).

So let’s not miss the opportunity to visit the Eternal City with free nights financed by the Region.

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