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Who doesn’t want to visit Rome? The “Eternal City” is a must-see for all global travelers, especially when the weather is mild enough for walking tours. Milan, Italy’s second largest city, is famous for its cuisine and is one of the world’s great fashion centers. Here’s your chance to visit either one, for under $450 round trip. Fares from New York to Italy have been very good this year, and bargains have spread to Miami and Boston. Prices are discounted on a variety of airlines, and include carry-on bags.

To Rome:

  • New York from $336 (United, must book direct)
  • Miami from $382 (AA)

To Milan:

  • Miami from $391 (Air Italy)
  • Boston from $323 (TAP, autumn only)
  • New York from $398 (TAP)

Fares are available in spring and fall, but very select dates. Act now for your chance to experience Rome or Milan without breaking the bank!

a large stone building with many arches with Colosseum in the background

Sample Route

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  • Departure: MIA
  • Stops: MAD
  • Arrival: FCO

How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Select dates, March & April, October & November 2019
  • Stay requirements vary by route and airline

Where to Stay in Rome & Milan

(SEE ALSO: Another disappointing Radisson – Radisson Blu Rome hotel review)

(SEE ALSO: The best ways from Rome Airport to the city center)

Things to Do in Rome & Milan

(SEE ALSO: How I got us 16 extra hours in Rome… for FREE!)

Good luck and happy flying!

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