Normally, you'd have to pay an arm and a leg for an Italian vacation.
How about getting paid to move to this quaint Italian village? Bormida, a remote mountain village with a population of just 394, is considering offering $2,000 to people who move there. And once you’re there, you can pay as little as $55-$131 a month for rent. Apparently the population of Bormida has been dwindling lately, and the town’s mayor, Daniele Galliano, proposed the idea as a way to keep the town alive. FYI: The nearest city is Genoa, 50 miles away.
I'M NOT KIDDING. SIGN ME UP. WHEN DO WE LEAVE??!?
JUST LOOK AT THIS PLACE!