After months in quarantine, you may be eager to book a flight anywhere. However, concerns over safety, flexibility, and, of course, your health, may be holding you back.  If you need some incentives to travel right now, here are five destinations offering substantial discounts from plane tickets to medical bills.

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The Mediterranean island region is offering to cover half the cost of your plane ticket and a third of the cost of your hotel stay to entice you to visit this year. In addition, tourists will receive free tickets to a variety of museums and archaeological sites on the island. Visit Sicily has all the information you need, including how to get your travel vouchers.

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According to, Cyprus won’t pay you to come visit, but it will cover your expenses should you contract COVID-19 while visiting the Eastern Mediterranean island. This move is intended to draw tourism back to the island country in light of the impact of COVID-19.

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Cheaper flights to Greece are enticing many travelers to visit the European country. Greece is temporarily slashing transportation taxes, reducing VAT from 24 to 13 percent, to make travel to and within Greece more affordable.

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It may not currently be on your travel list, but if contracting COVID-19 is a concern for you, you may want to consider Uzbekistan. Currently, the country has very few cases and is confident in their ability to curb the virus. They are proving this by offering $3,000 to anyone who contracts the virus while visiting.

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To encourage travelers to return to Egypt, the country’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is no longer requiring tourist visas to visit the South Sinai, Marsa Matrouh, and the Red Sea until October 31. Entrance fees have also been lowered at tourist destinations in Qena, Luxor, and Aswan.