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Travel To Rome For Just $260 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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With more than 3,000 years of influential art, architecture, and culture, Rome is a magical city with so much to do and explore.

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From the touristy destinations, including the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, to the places on the off-beaten path, here are some of the best things to do in Rome.

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Here are some of the best things to do in Rome:

Testaccio Market


Rome’s culinary traditions are rooted in the Testaccio neighborhood, which means it’s a must-visit during your stay. One of the best places to sample Rome’s diverse cuisine and street food is at the Testaccio Market.

National Museums of Rome

Rome has four national museums that offer some of the most exciting cultural programs in the Eternal City. The museum features contemporary works, interactive videos, and ancient sculptures. A €12 combination ticket allows entry into all four sights over three days.

Here’s how you can purchase a ticket for just $260 round-trip:

From New York City

Finnair has a flight from JFK to Rome for just $260 round-trip from Oct. 26 through Nov. 3, according to Google Flights.

The only downside to this flight is there’s a layover in Helsinki Airport on the way back.  

From San Jose

Those of you looking to travel to Italy from the West Coast will find that mid- November is a great time to find a flight deal for less than $300 round-trip.

Alitalia has a round-trip to Rome for $292 round-trip from Nov. 13 through Nov. 22, according to Skyscanner.

The only downside to the flight option is that both flights require a long layover in Los Angeles.

From Boston

The cheapest flight option from Boston is in mid-November for just $328 round-trip. Use Nov. 11 through Nov. 20 as your travel dates in Skyscanner. Just keep in mind when booking this flight, there will be multiple carriers.

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