Deal alert: Tap Air Portugal flights to Rome from $357

Mar 13, 2022

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Rome is usually at the top of the list when it comes to European cities many travelers want to visit. In the capital of Italy, travelers can see historic sites such as the Colosseum and the Pantheon. Tap Air Portugal is offering flights to Rome starting below $400 round-trip from major U.S. cities.

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The Forum and the Colosseum in Rome. (Photo by Chase Dekker Wild Life Images/Getty Images)

Scott’s Cheap Flights, which offers a premium membership that alerts readers to discounted fares for $49 a year, first published this deal. The offer below is available for travel from September to October.

Deal basics

Airline: TAP Air Portugal
Routes: JFK/MIA/ORD/SFO to FCO
How to book: Directly through the airline or Google Flights
Travel dates: September – October

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Sample flights

The deals below are for economy tickets on TAP Air Portugal, which includes a standard seat and carry-on. According to the Tap Air site, a checked bag will cost about $80 extra, depending on currency conversion rates. The offers below include a stop in Lisbon each way.

The cheapest deal we came across is from Chicago (ORD) to Rome (FCO) for $357 round-trip. This price is over $250 cheaper than usual for the dates below, according to Google Flights.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Travelers can take a flight from New York (JFK) to Rome (FCO) for $393 round-trip. The deal below is for the end of October to the beginning of November.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

For a few bucks more, there are flight options from Miami (MIA) to Rome (FCO) for $397 round trip.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

For those flying from the West Coast, you can go from San Francisco (SFO) to Rome (SFO) for $424 round-trip. According to Google Flights, this price is over $400 cheaper than usual for the dates below in the middle of October.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Related: From Venice to Rome: 6 cities you can easily visit on Italy’s high-speed train

Maximize your purchase

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Related: Second Cities: Destinations to Add onto a Trip to Rome

Bottom line

This Italian destination has much to offer travelers, from visiting historic sites to tasting local dishes such as Saltimbocca, veal wrapped in prosciutto. Don’t miss out on this deal to Rome.

Photo by Harald Nachtmann/Getty Images.

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