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Deal alert: Flights to Italy from $296 round-trip

Jan. 21, 2020
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Flights to the Italian cities of Rome and Milan are currently available from $296 round-trip from various U.S. cities.

Better yet — there's lots of availability between between March and May, which I personally believe is one of the best times to visit Italy. It's right before the tourism rush really gets crazy and the weather is perfect for walking around. Since tourism isn't at it's peak yet, you'll be able to see more of the iconic spots without feeling like you have to get in and get out.

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Related: From Bologna to Bari: 5 of Italy's best hidden gem cities

If you can't make it to Italy this spring, you can still get a pretty authentic taste of it in New York City as one of Florence's most famous restaurants, Osteria delle Tre Panche, is hosting a pop-up restaurant from Feb. 5-23.

To find a deal, head to Google Flights and enter your origin and destination cities. Scroll through the calendar function to find dates and prices that work for you. Finally, click through to book directly with the airline or an OTA like Orbitz or Expedia.

Here's a summary of what's available:

Airline: British Airways, Swiss, Brussels Airlines, United, Delta, Air Italy
Routes: JFK/EWR/BOS/PHL/SFO/MIA/DEN/ORD to FCO/MXP
Cost: $296+ round-trip in economy
Dates: February - May 2020
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Here are some examples of specific flights that are available:

New York (JFK) to Rome (FCO) for $296 round-trip on British Airways:

Newark (EWR) to Rome (FCO) for $324 round-trip on Swiss/Air Canada:

Boston (BOS) to Rome (FCO) for $357 round-trip on Brussels Airlines/Swiss:

Philadelphia (PHL) to Rome (FCO) for $376 round-trip on British Airways:

San Francisco (SFO) to Rome (FCO) for $385 round-trip on Delta:

Miami (MIA) to Milan (MXP) for $388 round-trip on Air Italy:

Denver (DEN) to Rome (FCO) for $399 round-trip on United:

Chicago (ORD) to Rome (FCO) for $400 round-trip on United:

Miami (MIA) to Rome (FCO) for $432 round-trip on Air Italy:

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