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Holidays in Sicily with SeeSicily

After the announcement in May, the SeeSicily campaign officially starts, which is the tourism promotion plan of the Sicilian Region dedicated to the restart of the summer 2021 season.

The project is full of good news for those who want to spend their holidays in Sicily, providing the possibility of obtaining vouchers for free services entirely tailored to tourists. By contacting the agencies registered in the program, travelers can thus purchase vouchers for: a free overnight stay every three overnights (up to a maximum of two nights as a gift, to be spent at previously registered facilities), one free touristic service to be chosen between excursions, diving or guided tours, free admission to accredited cultural sites (starting from July) and discounts on national and international flights starting from October, in order to extend tourist flows beyond the summer period.

The promotional campaign of the project, launched recently, sees as protagonists some famous Sicilians such as the étoile Eleonora Abbagnato, the actress Nicole Grimaudo, the gymnast Carlotta Ferlito and the two songwriters Colapesce and Dimartino, framed in the most characteristic and typical contexts of Sicily, in order to best represent its essence in every aspect.

With SeeSicily a further step towards the restart after a difficult year is made, encouraging tourism in Sicily also following the push of the vaccination plan and the first travel indications in terms of certifications. For Italians it has been possible for a few days to download the Italian Green Pass, by entering the personal data in the portals indicated by the email or by the specific text message that will be sent to who have started or completed the vaccination course, swabbed or obtained termination of quarantine certification.

During the first days of summer, the prospects begin to have a well-defined shape and Sicily seems to once again play an important role in tourism in Italy.

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