Wedding in Italy? This famous Italian region will pay you €2000 to get married there
Planning a destination wedding, even in the most stable of times, can be a hassle, but for couples who are thinking of a foreign wedding, one destination has an enticing new offer. Summary below - to read the full article go to Travel & Leisure https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/italian-region-to-pay-2-000-towards-weddings @tlpicks
The Italian region of Lazio is offering engaged couples an incentive of about $2,170 (€2,000) to book their wedding there. The money can be redeemed on anything for the wedding including attire, flowers, cakes, photographers, or food.
Note the offer is time sensitive
The offer is available for both local and international couples. But if you want to scoop the deal, you'll have to work fast. The offer only runs through Dec. 31, 2022, and the fund is limited to €10 million — so only 5,000 couples will be able to take advantage of the offer. To reserve your spot, or find out more information about the offer, visit the "Love in Lazio" website. (Just be warned: you'll have to complete the application in Italian before you're awarded the money.)
We have some lovely locations in Rome and the surrounding region of Lazio - as well as some great local wedding planners that we can connect you with. email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Also in CVV lets you know
From August 6th, proof of at least one dose of vaccine, recovery from Covid in the last 6 months, or a negative result from a test taken within 48 hours will be required for people aged 12 and above to dine indoors in restaurants, enter museums and archaeological sites, and access other indoor event spaces.
Visitors from the US, UK, Canada, Japan, and Israel will be able to show the documents issued by their respective authorities in lieu of the Italian Green Pass. The document must both state the identity of the holder and the date and type of vaccine administered. An ID document will also be required to verify the holder’s identity.
Certificates will be accepted in one of the following four languages: English, Italian, French, or Spanish. Any certificate not in one of these must be accompanied by a certified translation.
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