Italy paying people £26,000 to move to picturesque villages in southern region - but there's a catch
Calabria, the southern Italian region, will pay migrants up to £26,000 if they start a new business that will benefit locals, or take up a job in one of several industries that need more staff.
That includes working in restaurants, bed and breakfasts, shops or hotels.
People who move may get the money as a lump sum, or in monthly payments.
The other requirements are that people who make the move be under the age of 40, and that they are ready to move to Calabria within 90 days from having an application accepted.