Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at £40 for one-way flights and £62 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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In these difficult times, many airlines are offering more flexibility. Head to our Customer Service Portal to get information about canceling or amending your booking due to COVID-19.
We know that things can change in the blink of an eye, so booking a flexible airfare with Expedia makes good sense. Simply tick the “No change fee” box directly below the “Flexible change policies” filter. Your well-priced and flexible flight to Italy is just a few clicks away.
If it’s your first time traveling during COVID-19, you’ll notice a few more rules and standards in place. Follow these tips and make your getaway to Italy go off without a hitch:
Find out if any travel restrictions apply to your destination and origin before locking in your flight. Also check if there are any requirements you’ll have to follow on arrival, such as undergoing health assessments.
When you go through airport checkpoints, do not remove your face mask. You will be asked to lower it briefly to verify your identity. Passengers who refuse to wear a face mask may be fined and denied entry.
Do not hand your boarding pass (paper or electronic) directly to a TSA employee. Instead, position the pass on the scanner and then hold it up so the agent can inspect it.
You’re allowed to take one container of hand sanitizer up to 12 oz (350 ml) in your carry-on baggage. This will need to be taken out for X-ray scanning.
Remove personal items from your pockets, such as your keys, phone and wallet, and place them in your carry-on instead of into bins. This will minimize handling during the screening process.
Transport all food items in a clear plastic bag and also place them in a screening bin. Keeping food separate from your carry-on makes it less likely that a TSA officer will need to open your bag for inspection.
Organize your ticket with American Airlines and then begin planning your Italy itinerary. This leading airline runs 39 flights every month to Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl. Airport (FCO), a key gateway.
A good strategy for finding cheap airfares is to be flexible with your dates. Begin with searching for your flight to Italy, then click on the “flexible dates” box to compare prices for nearby days. Another handy tip? Book in advance. For an idea of costs, £62 was the best price for a flight to Italy in the last seven days.
In the last seven days, round-trip flights to Italy sold from just £62 and reached a maximum of £122. For one-way journeys departing from London (LHR), the lowest amount paid during this time was only £40.
Which airport you land at in Italy depends on where you jet off from and your final destination. Listed below are the busiest airports in this region:
Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl. Airport (FCO) - 247 flights per month.
Malpensa Intl. Airport (MXP) - 130 flights per month.
Marco Polo Airport (VCE) - 43 flights per month.
Consider traveling early in the week to land the best fare to Italy. Tuesday is generally the most affordable day to fly, with Monday a close second. Saturday often has the highest prices. This is because lots of people choose to begin their trip on a weekend.
In the last seven days, flights to Italy ranged between £62 and £122. Prices depend on multiple things, particularly the time of departure, seating class, airline and how early you make your booking.
Brimming with energy and cultural allure, Rome is the ideal place to begin your Italy trip. Take in big-name attractions like St. Peter’s Basilica, hit the shops or wine and dine your way around some of this city’s inviting eateries. What you choose to do is up to you!
Rome is known for its mediterranean climate. But before you take off, take a look at what the weather will be up to during your visit. Hot, cold, wet or dry, you should always be ready for anything!
About 13 miles to the northeast of Rome, Guidonia Montecelio also deserves to be right at the top of your itinerary. Leading sights at this destination include Tiburtino Shopping Center — don’t forget to swing by.
If you’d love to enjoy Italy’s most populous city at its busiest, travel to Rome sometime during . Like most locations in the Northern Hemisphere, summertime here begins June 20, with average temperatures of between 70 ºF (20 ºC) and 85 ºF (30 ºC).
February is a cheap month to book your Italy escape. Tickets cost the most throughout the month of December, so steer clear of this time if possible.
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