As provinces here at home start to gradually reopen, countries around the world are doing the same. Travel to Italy will be happening once again from other countries starting in June. One region will even pay for part of your visit when tourists are allowed to come back.\nIt was announced on May 16 that Italy is reopening its borders to international visitors as the country eases its COVID-19 restrictions.\nWith that reopening, travel between regions in the country can resume and only be limited by state measures from June 3 onwards.\nThat also applies for travel to and from places abroad.\nStores are also able to open up again on May 18 with strict cleanliness and distancing measures in place.\nRegions in the country can restart every aspect of their economies that might still be closed as long as safety measures are followed.\nWhile Italy is reopening and allowing international visitors in again, Canada is still warning about travel.\nAn official global travel advisory is currently in place that tells Canadians to avoid all non-essential travel outside fo the country until further notice.\nThat's because it might be difficult to return home or you might have to actually stay abroad indefinitely.\nView this post on Instagram Make a wish. 💜 😊✨😊✨😊 📍Rome 📷 @takemyhearteverywhere · · · · #Italy #Italia #Italian #ItalianGirl #ItalianFood #visititalia #roma #rome #florence #firenze #naples #napoli #positano #milano #milan #heaven #travel #travels #travelgram #traveling #tourism #picoftheday #awesome #beautiful #vacation #vacations #gorgeous #escape #beauty #beach A post shared by Italy • Benvenuti a tutti! (@italy) on Apr 20, 2020 at 10:13pm PDT\nTo revive the tourism industry in Italy, one region is offering to pay for part of your visit once travel restrictions are eased.\nSicily's regional government announced a plan to subsidize part of people's trips there from domestic and international locations.\nIt's a €75 million plan that will allow the region to buy vouchers and cards to be given out to tourists.\nThat's just over $114 million here.\nView this post on Instagram Some places are so striking, you just have to pause and absorb the majesty of it all. —— I rarely sit still in general and especially when I am traveling so this photo is definitely not my norm. There’s too much to see, do and taste — particularly when I am in Italy — that I find it hard to sleep in, luxuriate by a pool or (god forbid) read something 😂. I know this GO GO GO attitude has it’s breaking points and downsides, and I am trying to embrace more moments of quiet and reflection.🧘🏼♀️ But let’s be honest, when there’s cannoli, ancient ruins and aperol spritzes 🍹 outside your door, you better take that photo quick because… I GOTTA GO. 🏃🏼♀️💨 Any travel buddies agree? • 💧: @hotelmetropoletaormina • • • #traveljournalist #gogogo #sicily #infinitypool #beautifulhotels #hotelsnob #luxuryview #luxurytravel #sicilytravel #sicilia #taormina #hotelmetropoletaormina #poolwithaview #sicilytrip #travelvlogger A post shared by Kelley Ferro ✈️ (@kelleyferro) on Feb 21, 2020 at 1:19pm PST\nWith this travel subsidy, if you stay for at least three nights, Sicily will pay for one of them.\nIf you stay for six nights, two of them will be paid for.\nAccording to The Local, a site for Italian news in English, vouchers will also be given out for museums and other cultural sites in Sicily.\nThis is supposed to become available through the Sicilian tourist board's website once travel can resume.\nLike Italy, Iceland is also letting tourists visit again starting in June.\nIf you travel there, you can either quarantine for two weeks or take a COVID-19 test upon arrival to see if you have the virus.