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Italy: public properties and heritage sites in exchange for touristic investments

The Italian State Property Agency is placing more than a hundred heritage sites on the market. These will be given to potential investors in exchange for their commitment to revamp them and open them up to tourism. A clever initiative to discover here.

"Italian castle to give away, picturesque spot, restoration works to be carried out": here is the main message of the Italian State Property Agency, which made available 103 threatened heritage sites located across Italy.

The latter will be given away to whoever will take charge of their restoration and, most importantly, open them up to tourism.

The aim of this ambitious Italian initiative is obviously the growth of tourism around these beautiful heritage sites, which are currently in ruins and/or deserted. But the second objective is to drive tourists away from regularly-visited (and often overcrowded) sites and towards less known destinations where tourism is currently underdeveloped. This is why these newly-made-available spots are located along touristic routes including cycling or pilgrimage paths.

Abandoned farms, former schools, deserted convents: glimpse the entire list of heritage sites along with their references below.

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