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Free Stays In Sardinia For Remote Workers

Have you ever dreamed of moving to Italy? Owner let Digital Nomads from foreign countries live free for three months.


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Ollolai’s town hall has earmarked 20,000 euros ($21,460) to host 30 remote workers from all over the world, who can stay in the village, one at a time, over the next two years. Online applications are open through December. Those who are chosen can stay for free for up to three months at a time, which is the maximum period non-Europeans can remain in Italy without a visa. For now, Partis plans to stay just one month, though she said she might consider prolonging her Sardinian experience at a later stage.


'We expect a lot of Americans,' she said. 'Our goal is to revive Ollolai with new people of different cultures and languages that may share their experience [as] digital nomads with the residents.'

The budget, from the town hall’s coffers, will go toward renting homes from local families for the digital nomads, at a cost of roughly 350 euros a month for a furnished two-bedroom dwelling. Utilities, bills and town hall service taxes will also be covered, said Matta, but transportation and airplane tickets are not." ~ cnbc.com.




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