You Can Get Paid to Visit This European Island
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Find Out Which Country Pays You to Visit it!
The island nation of Malta is working hard to be first on its must-see lists. It is offering financial incentives for foreign visitors to book a trip there, up to 200 euros (about $ 240).
But, as with all types of brochures, you will not simply receive your prize. There are many fine print attached to this particular business. First, visitors must stay for at least three days to receive any payment. Second, the total amount you will receive is based on the type of hotel you are staying at. And third, you must book directly with the hotel to receive the money.
The system works like this: Guests who book a stay of three nights (or more) directly with a five-star hotel will receive 100 euros from the Malta Tourism Authority, plus an equivalent amount from the hotel itself. Guests who do the same in a four-star hotel will receive a total of 150 euros; a stay in a three-star hotel will only earn you a total of 100 euros. The same rates apply to hotels on the Maltese island of Gozo, with an additional 10% discount.
"The aim of the plan is to put Maltese hotels in a very competitive position as international tourism restarts," Malta Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo said on Friday, according to Reuters.
Tourism represents 15.8% of the Maltese economy.
Regardless of the financial incentive, the destination remains an ideal vacation spot, with stunning luxury hotels, robust nightlife, and spectacular seaside scenery.
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