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Cheap flights to Italy from $123 One Way, $221 Round Trip

$221 return flights and $123 one-way flights to Italy were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Top places to visit in Italy

Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BCN Rome Jun 7 - Jun 25 $221
BCN Rome Jun 7 - Jun 25 $221
CDG Florence Jun 7 - Jun 19 $262
CDG Venice Jun 7 - Jun 22 $306
FRA Rome Jun 7 - Jun 24 $322
FRA Rome Jun 7 - Jun 24 $322
AMS Venice Jun 7 - Jun 16 $332
BCN Venice Jun 7 - Jun 13 $336
FRA Milan Jun 7 - Jun 19 $340
AMS Milan Jun 5 - Jun 8 $473
BRU Rome Jun 5 - Jun 18 $533
DFW Naples Jun 7 - Jun 18 $2,146
DFW Rome Jun 5 - Jun 23 $2,757
DFW Rome Jun 5 - Jun 23 $2,757
DFW Venice Jun 7 - Jun 16 $2,948
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Cheap Flights to Italy

For culture, cuisine, climate and effortless cool, Italy is a destination that delivers time and time again. Its historic towns and cities, ravishing landscapes, incredibly varied regional dishes and the romance of a gelato enjoyed in a cobbled square at sunset, all make Italy one of the most popular European destinations for Americans.


When to Book Flights to Italy

For those dreaming of lazy days under the Italian sun, then a flight to the Italian Riviera between June and September should do the trick.

But, if you’re planning a skiing holiday in the Italian Alps or the Dolomites then the winter months will place you on the slopes amid the perfect conditions.

A Tuscan walking holiday or Italian city break, however, is probably best enjoyed during the spring or fall months, when the weather is warm but not too hot.

Be warned: August sees most Italians leaving the cities and heading to the coast for their own summer break. During this time the beaches are very crowded and you’ll find many local bars and restaurants in Italian cities closed.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Italy

Orbitz can help you to find the best flight deals to Italy.

Use our ‘Nearby airports’ option to check for cheaper flights that depart from, or arrive at, alternative places. You can often bag a bargain by flying in to or out of a different airport.

Sometimes connecting flights can get you to Italy cheaper than direct flights – without greatly affecting your flight time. You can also use our advanced options to search for lower-priced non-refundable flights.

Another great way to lower the cost of your flight to Italy is to click ‘My dates are flexible’: your results will then instantly highlight when the cheapest deals are.


Main Airports in Italy

Italy has a number of large, international airports – and direct flights to these are on offer from many US departure points.

The busiest airport in the country is Roma-Fiumicino – and there are plenty of connecting options to other Italian destinations should you land here.

Milan, Venice, Naples and Bologna are also home to busy airports with excellent onward connections.


Which Airlines Fly to Italy?

Airlines offering direct flights to Italy from America include:

  • Delta
  • United
  • Air Italy
  • American Airlines
  • Emirates
  • Alitalia
  • Norwegian

How to Get Around in Italy

Within most Italian cities there are excellent public transport networks, making it easy and affordable to navigate the country’s top destinations.

If you want to explore a region car hire is your most convenient option. You’ll find car rental companies at all major airports and within most Italian destinations.

Italy’s train network links most popular spots, with buses supplementing the coverage in areas not connected by rail.


Places to Visit in Italy

Florence

The heart of Renaissance culture lies in the beautiful region of Tuscany, surrounded by hill towns and vineyards.

Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located just 60 miles west of Florence. The jaunty tower has become an Italian icon, alongside other less-flawed masterpieces such as the Vespa and the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling

Rome

In a city filled with the most awe-inspiring ruins and architecture it can be truly hard to know where to begin. Thankfully there are plenty of inviting cafes, bars and restaurants to plan your route ahead in. Take in the Coliseum, the Pantheon, Vatican City and the Trevi Fountain – and you’ve barely scraped the surface.

Italian Riviera

Admire the colorful villages perching on cliffs, known as the Cinque Terre, or just kick back on the classic Italian coast.

Venice

Poetry, romance, history, art and more waterways and ornate bridges than you can dream of.


Tips for Traveling in Italy

Coperto is the amount charged, per person, to sit down at a table. It’s not a tourist scam! While a coperto is not the same thing as a tip, tipping in Italy is not necessary, and anything more than 5-10 percent will appear flamboyantly generous.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.