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Paris has the Eiffel Tower, Rome’s got the Coliseum, but Milan, oh Milan. Just how majestic is the Duomo? It has been described that when you’re right next to this huge edifice, it surely looked like a melting candle. I took my family to Milan during Spring Break in 2015. It was an unforgettable visit. We spent a few days in Milan, and took a train to Florence, Pisa, Venice, Lake Como, and we also managed to fly to Paris. It was an amazing Spring Break for my kids. You can see it for yourself. Whether you’re visiting for the first time, or planning your visit, here’s your chance.

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From $386 to Milan from Washington, DC

There’s a fare deal right now with Delta, KLM, and Alitalia. Lots of dates between the end of February and October 2018. Summer is excluded. Best to search via Google Flights.

(SEE ALSO: 6 tips why Google Flight is the Best Search Engine)

There is a $386 fare available in April (April 12-27) with limited availability with BargainAirTicket.

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Here’s an example of flights that are available as early as end of February.

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Here’s a sample of flights later this summer.

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I highly suggest checking Google Flights first for the dates that you have in mind.

Get those extra points

Remember to use your credit card that will give you the most bang for your buck. Cards that offer travel benefits and added points such as Chase Sapphire Preferred (3x per dollar) and Chase Sapphire Preferred (2x per dollar). If you also book with Amex Travel or directly with the airlines, and use your Amex Platinum Card, you get 5x Membership Rewards points. The more you know.

Journey on.

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