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Travel to Venice for Magical Extrodinary Beauty

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Venice, known as La Serenissima or the Most Serene, has been enchanting travelers for centuries. Decaying buildings never looked more romantic than they do here, where the muted tones of centuries-old palazzi are mirrored in this city’s labyrinth of canals. Glide along the Grand Canal in a gondola, climb to the top of St. Mark’s.  Venice is extraordinary and magical. Its  existence defies logic, but underneath its otherworldly beauty and  sometimes-stifling tourism, Venice is a living, breathing, singular city that  seems almost too exquisite to be genuine, too fragile to survive the  never-ending stream of visitors who have been making the pilgrimage here for  1,500 years.

Italy Airfares from $851 Round Trip

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

For Italy airfares that won’t break the bank, Alitalia is a sure bet. Fly from $851 roundtrip when you book by August 21, and you can visit cities like Rome, Venice, Milan and more from select U.S. cities.

For information and reservations, visit the Alitalia Web site.

Sample Fares
Departure Destination Fares
Boston Venice $941 RT
Boston Rome $1,073 RT
Boston Catania $1,109 RT
Chicago Rome $1,023 RT
Chicaog Naples $995 RT
ew York Rome $873 RT
Los Angeles Rome $1,173 RT
Los Angeles Florence $1,040 RT
Miami Milan $1,102 RT
Miami Rome $1,123 RT
New York Milan $852 RT
New York Salerno $851 RT

Travel Dates: 08/28/11

Advance Purchase Requirements: A seven-day advance purchase is required.

Expiration: 08-21-11

Minimum/Maximum Stay: A Saturday-night minimum stay is required, and the maximum stay allowed is three months.

Blackout Dates: May apply.

Additional Fees: Fares listed do not include applicable government taxes and airport fees. A change fee of $200 per ticket will apply to any changes made. Baggage charges and other additional fees may apply.

Further Restrictions: Fares listed are for roundtrip travel. Tickets are nonrefundable. Further restrictions may apply.

Rome Airfare from $1,111 Round Trip

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Rome is a city rich in history, culture and romance and you can get there with discount airfare. From $1,111 roundtrip, you can fly there from select U.S. cities that include Phoenix, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco and others.

For information and reservations, visit the US Airways Web site.

Sample Fares
Departure Destination Fares
Boston Rome $1,133 RT
Charlotte Rome $1,111 RT
Philadelphia Rome $1,133 RT
Phoenix Rome $1,304 RT
Pittsburgh Rome $1,195 RT
San Francisco Rome $1,136 RT
Washington D.C. Rome $1,111 RT

Travel Dates: Through August 27, 2011.

Advance Purchase Requirements: May apply.

Expiration: 07-06-11

Minimum/Maximum Stay: A Saturday-night minimum stay is required.

Blackout Dates: May apply.

Additional Fees: Fares listed do not include applicable government taxes and airport fees. A change fee of $250 per ticket will apply to any changes made. Tickets not purchased online will cost up to $45 extra. Baggage charges and other additional fees may apply.

Further Restrictions: Fares listed are for roundtrip travel Sunday through Thursday. Tickets must be purchased within 24 hours of making reservations, and they are nonrefundable. Seats are subject to availability and may not be available on all flights and dates. Further restrictions may apply.

It’s a Great Time to Travel to Italy

Monday, June 20th, 2011

Purchase discount airfare and visit the “city of stone”, Florence, Italy. The assessment that Florence is “the city of stone” digs deeper than merely the fact that the buildings, streets, doorjambs, sidewalks, windowsills, towers, and bridges are all cobbled together in shades of gray, stern rock hewn by generations of the stonecutters Michelangelo grew up with. Florence’s stoniness is evident in both its countenance and its character. The city’s fundamental rhythms are medieval, and it’s fiendishly difficult to get beyond the touristy surface and see what really makes Florence tick. Although the historic center is compact, it takes time and effort to get to know it, get the hang of its alleys, and understand the deep history of its palace-lined streets

Travel to Rome for a Summer Getaway

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Have you been searching for discount airfare to Italy?

Vessels dock in Ponza’s sheltered port, the largest settlement on the island, which locals refer to as Porto. Restaurants, cafes, bakeries, fishmongers and produce stalls surround the port, which is usually filled with boats. Porto retains the beauty of its origins as a simple fishing village — a destination popular with people from the mainland, but still not spoiled for visitors from abroad.

The best point from which to appreciate Ponza is from the sea. During the high summer season — particularly on weekends, when Romans journey two hours to dine on fish and escape the oppressive heat of the capital — waterfront spots accessible by land attract crowds, with hardly an inch to lay your towel on the rocks. But by boat, the island’s charms come alive.

France, Italy & Spain Sale: Airfares from $936 Round Trip

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Explore France, Italy and Spain this June, and get discounted airfare from Air France when you book your tickets by May 12. For a limited time, flights to Madrid, Paris and Rome are on sale starting at $468 each way (plus taxes and fees of roughly $200 roundtrip). Travel is valid for departures in June.

For more information and reservations, please visit the Air France Web site.

Sample Fares
Departure Destination Fares
Boston Paris $489 OW
Miami Madrid $468 OW
New York Madrid $468 OW
New York Paris $574 OW
Washington D.C. Rome $536 OW

Travel Dates: June 2011.

Advance Purchase Requirements: A 14-day advance purchase may apply.

Expiration: 05-12-11

Minimum/Maximum Stay: A Sunday-night stay is required.

Blackout Dates: May apply.

Additional Fees: Government-imposed fees and taxes of up to $250 per round trip are additional, including the September 11 security fee of up to $10 per round trip. Weekend surcharges of $20 to $30 apply. Additional fees may apply.

Further Restrictions: Fares are subject to class of service availability and may be changed or withdrawn without notice. Further restrictions may apply.

Travel to Italy for the Lighting of the Tiffany Christmas Tree

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Find discount airfare to Italy for the Christmas season.

Italians used to visit abroad for the Christmas holiday at the beginning of December. One of their favorite trips was to go to Germany, Austria, or Switzerland for the traditional Christmas markets. But this year, many of Italians will stay at home.

Italians loved to go for a short December holiday to Germany, visiting the Christkindl Market (Christmas markets) in towns like Nürnberg, Munich, and now more popular than ever, Berlin.

Now things have changed quickly. It is vogue to travel to Italy to see stunning Christmas markets and Christmas lighting. And this year, Milan beats it all, with the lightening of over 100,000 electric candles on the most expensive Christmas tree in Europe, which cost Tiffany over 350,000 euros and will light up Milan’s Piazza Duomo.

Airfare to Europe from $622 RT Including Taxes & Fees

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Depart from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami or New York and travel to destinations in Italy for as cheap as $622 roundtrip. These fares includes all taxes and fees, so it’s the final price you’ll pay (that means there will be no surprises when it comes time to book). Travel is valid through March 31, 2011.

For more information and reservations, please visit the Alitalia Web site.

Sample Fares
Departure Destination Fares
Boston Rome $840 RT
Boston Florence $796 RT
Chicago Milan $743 RT
Los Angeles Rome $964 RT
Miami Milan $707 RT
Miami Rome $920 RT
New York Milan $622 RT
New York Rome $758 RT

Travel Dates: Through March 31, 2011.

Advance Purchase Requirements: May apply.

Expiration: 12-22-10

Minimum/Maximum Stay: A Saturday-night stay is required.

Blackout Dates: May apply.

Additional Fees: Taxes and surcharges are included. Additional fees may apply, such as baggage fees.

Further Restrictions: Tickets are nonrefundable. Further restrictions may apply.

Airfare to Italy from $612 Round Trip

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

If you’re Italy-bound this fall or winter, check out these cheap airfares from Alitalia. From as little as $612 roundtrip, including taxes and fees, you can snag a seat from select U.S. cities (like New York, Boston, Chicago and Miami) to Rome, Pisa, Florence, Milan or Venice. Just be sure to book by March 31, 2011.

For information and reservations, visit the Alitalia Web site.

Sample Fares
Departure Destination Fares
Boston Florence $786 RT
Boston Rome $830 RT
Chicago Rome $938 RT
Chicago Venice $857 RT
Chicago Milan $733 RT
Los Angeles Rome $954 RT
Los Angeles Milan $885 RT
Miami Rome $910 RT
Miami Milan $697 RT
New York Rome $748 RT
New York Pisa $713 RT
New York Milan $612 RT

Travel Dates: Through March 31, 2011.

Advance Purchase Requirements: May apply.

Expiration: 12-15-10

Minimum/Maximum Stay: May apply.

Blackout Dates: May apply.

Additional Fees: Fares listed include all taxes and fees. Baggage charges and other additional fees may apply.

Further Restrictions: Fares listed are for roundtrip travel. Further restrictions may apply.

Winter Italy Airfares from $609 Round Trip Incl. Taxes

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Whether you’re traveling to historic Rome or fashion-forward Milan, Alitalia can get you there with discount airfare from select U.S. cities. Book by November 16, and travel from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and other gateways to Rome, Pisa or Milan from just $609 roundtrip — taxes included!

For information and reservations, visit the Alitalia Web site.

Sample Fares
Departure Destination Fares
Boston Rome $797 RT
Boston Pisa $723 RT
Chicago Milan $733 RT
Chicago Rome $847 RT
Los Angeles Rome $927 RT
Los Angeles Milan $815 RT
Miami Milan $727 RT
Miami Rome $867 RT
New York Milan $609 RT
New York Rome $727 RT

Travel Dates: Through March 31, 2011.

Advance Purchase Requirements: May apply.

Expiration: 11-16-10

Minimum/Maximum Stay: May apply.

Blackout Dates: May apply.

Additional Fees: Fares listed include applicable government taxes and airport fees. Baggage charges and other additional fees may apply.

Further Restrictions: Fares listed are for roundtrip travel. Further restrictions may apply.

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