Flight Deal: Round-Trip To Rome From East Coast For $336
By Parker Diakite
Spring is probably one of the best times in the year to visit the eternal city.
It’s that time of the year before the height of tourism kicks off in the summer and when the city comes back to life after winter.
The weather is warm and some of your favorite attractions will not be as crowded, so you will you have the opportunity to explore the best of Rome comfortably.
Your itinerary should include activities such as a trip to the Colosseum and throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain, but make sure to take a cooking class. This tends to be a top attraction for tourists, so be sure to reserve a spot early. The classes tend to be small and intimate.
Rome is home to more than 3,000 years of history, art, and culture that has inspired the world. A great place to soak it all in is at Campo de’ Fiori. It is not only the perfect location to sightsee, but it’s also a vibrant market with beautiful architecture, pizzerias, cafes, and more.
Right now, there are a few deals from the East Coast that will have you in the eternal city for less than $350 round-trip. These tickets are more than $300 cheaper than average prices, according to Google Flights.
Here’s how to book your trip:
From New York:
The cheapest flight options from New York will require an eight-day stay.
There are a few options but American Airlines is offering the best from April 29 through May 7 for $336 round-trip.
Swiss Airlines has a great deal for just about $20 more using the same dates. This flight will require a short layover in Zurich.
Norwegian Air has a nonstop flight from Boston to Rome for $353 round-trip from April 1 through April 8.
This flight is more than $396 cheaper than the average dates for this trip, according to Google Flights.