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Flight Deal: Rome, Italy For As Low As $293 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite


Known as the Eternal City, Rome is one of the most popular destinations in the world and for good reason.

The cuisine and the centuries-old architecture that date back 3,000 years are just some of the highlights in Italy’s capital city.

For architecture, many visitors head to popular attractions such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Trevi Fountain, but you can see a lot of Rome’s beautiful architecture just by getting lost and roaming the streets for free.

For great food during your visit, don’t count out the local markets. Many of them are easy to get to by train.

Mercato di Testaccio, Borghetto Flaminio, and Fontanella Borghese Market are some of the best markets to experience authentic Italian cuisine and shop for unique fashion, jewelry, and souvenirs.

Who’s ready to pack those bags for an Italian vacation? Here’s how to travel to Rome for as low as $293 round-trip.

From New York City

Finnair has flights leaving New York City to Rome for $299 round-trip, according to Skyscanner. The best part about this flight deal is you get to explore Rome during one of the most festive times of the year as residents prepare for Easter.

Use Mar. 31 through April 23 as your travel dates.

Flight Deal: New York City To Rome

From Los Angeles

The cheapest option from Los Angeles is on Iberia Airlines, according to Skyscanner.

Use March 3 through March 10 as your travel dates for a round-trip ticket priced at $293 round-trip.

Flight Deal: Los Angeles To Rome

From Chicago

Chicago is a little more expensive than round-trip flights from New York and Los Angeles, but there is a long layover in Madrid – which means you get to explore two places for the price of one.

Use April 22 through April 27 as your travel dates into Skyscanner for a round-trip ticket priced at $300 on Iberia Airlines.

Flight Deal: Chicago To Rome

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