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Thinking about booking cheap tickets to Italy? From Rome to Pisa, Naples to Venice, there’s plenty to explore on a vacation in Italy. If you’re starting your Italian tour in the capital, there’s no lack of flights onboard Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, United and Alitalia, Italy’s national airline carrier.
Italy is a popular choice for a summer vacation. While Italians escape the cities for trips to the coast and the islands, tourists from all over the world descend onto Italy’s cities. For trips in the summer, make sure you book your flights to Italy at least 5-6 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
A flight to Italy from New York takes 9 hours 35 minutes.
What’s not to love about Italy? It’s the birthplace of pasta and pizza, gelato and tomato sauce. Incredible cities like Rome, Milan, Venice and Naples will certainly fill your camera’s memory card. And then there’s the beaches… where life couldn’t get any better!
Coliseum: Your first stop in Italy? The Coliseum of course! Rome’s gladiatorial arena is the most thrilling of the country’s ancient sites. It was originally inaugurated in AD 80 and could seat up to 50,000 spectators as they watched gladiators slaying animals and each other.
Cinque Terre: Located in Italy’s north, this string of small villages is connected by 15th century walking paths across high cliffs, over small beaches and with incredible views of the coast and the Appenine Mountains. There are few walks in Europe that capture so much in such a small distance.
Mount Etna: Sicily is a hot spot in the summer and Mount Etna takes up a large part of the island; so you can’t miss it! It’s Europe’s largest live volcano and one of the most active in the world so tours up the volcano really depend on its activity day by day.
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Italy is very tourist-friendly and it should be no trouble at all to find a hotel in Italy that suits your budget and your tastes. On the coast, vacation rentals seem to be the popular choice but resort hotels are also available. If you have mobility issues, make sure your hotel in Rome or other Italian cities has an elevator before you book, as many do not.