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Rete Destinazione Sud: the Return To Italy project kicks off in Irpinia

Wednesday, 31 August 2022 10:21

Last Saturday in the province of Irpinia a new important step was taken in the five-year 2023-2028 Ritorno in Italia (2023-2028 Return to Italy) project by Rete Destinazione Sud. It is aimed at intercepting the desire of many Italians living abroad to return home, either as return visitors or to relocate with a view perhaps to repopulating small villages, as well as being involve in investments, joint ventures, import-export operations and acquisitions of real estate, including hotel facilities.

A tourist hub to welcome returning tourists

Some 30 mayors from the province of Avellino met in the old town of Montella, just half an hour from the provincial capital, where they officially signed a memorandun of understanding for the creation of the first tourist hub in Italy to welcome returning tourists. 

Michelangelo_lurgi.jpg“The aim is to replicate this model elsewhere” 

“With this initiative,- explained the president of Rete Destinazione Sud, Marcello Lurgi, - we have entered the third phase of our project. After the meeting another 19 municipalities in the Irpinia area joined the programme. The objective now is to implement a pilot project that envisages the opening of a series of territorial hubs that would be dedicated, integrated and interconnected information points. The aim is also to replicate this model elsewhere in the short term.”

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