Flight Deal To Rome For As Low As $256 Round-Trip
By Parker Diakite
The end of summer is when travel deals to Europe start to pop back up again as people begin to back to work and school from vacation.
Making a trip at the end of summer means that you get to enjoy those popular destinations in decent weather without the crowds.
Rome is one of those places. As Italy’s capital city, it never gets old.
For those new to Rome, the Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, Roman Forum, and St. Peter’s Basilica are things you must-see. It’s sort of like a rite of passage and no matter how many posts you see on social media, their beauty is just something you have to witness up close and personal.
For those of you not new to Rome, it’s time to get out and explore. You can start with a trip to Trastevere.
Located south of Vatican City, this neighborhood is home to The Basilica of Santa Maria, restaurants, and local shops. It’s known to be a neighborhood that’s quieter than Rome with cheaper and authentic food.
Another place to head if you’re looking for a new experience outside of Rome is to Tivoli.
Head to the Villa d’Este for the beautiful waterfalls and famous hillside garden.
There are a few deals to Rome on Finnair for as low as $256 round-trip towards the end of August into September. Here’s how to book.
From New York
Round-trip flights to Rome from New York’s JFK airport can be purchased for $256
The cheapest flight option on Finnair requires a long layover in Charlotte’s airport, according to Skyscanner.
Use dates Aug. 18 through Aug. 31 as your travel dates.
Flights leaving Boston are priced at $357 round-trip on Finnair from Aug. 19 through Aug. 30, according to Skyscanner.
Booking this flight requires a layover in Philadelphia.
From Los Angeles
Finnair has round-trip flights from Los Angeles for as low as $363 round-trip, according to Skyscanner. Use Sept. 15 through Sept. 25 as your travel dates.
This flight requires a layover in Detroit on the way to Rome and in New York City on the way back.