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For momondo users, the most popular city in Italy is Rome, which is visited about 1,304% more often than any other city in Italy. Other very common cities that our users travel to are Milan and Venice.
Fontana di Trevi is the most popular place of interest in Italy. Many travelers make it a point to stop there while traveling to Italy. Other popular landmarks and places of interest in Italy would be Duomo di Milano, Pantheon, or Colosseum.
Flying into Rome Fiumicino Airport is typically the best way to visit Fontana di Trevi, since it is the closest airport to the area.
The best prices found on momondo for flights to Italy are:
$4 per person with Wizz Air
$5 per person with Ryanair
$5 per person with Juneyao Airlines
Flight times vary depending on what airport in United States you fly out of and what airport in Italy you fly into. For example, flying from Los Angeles to Venice Marco Polo takes 16h 15m on average. On the other hand, flying from San Francisco to Venice Marco Polo takes 15h 50m on average. Keep in mind that it’s always quicker to opt for a non-stop flight, so be sure to check momondo if there are any available for your route.
The most popular airport in Italy to fly to is Venice Marco Polo, based on our data. In the past 12 months, 23% of all momondo users who traveled to Italy chose to fly into Venice Marco Polo airport, which is located in the city of Venice.
The cheapest flight to Italy recently found on momondo was $9. If you’re unable to find a flight deal this cheap, keep in mind that anything less than $1,882 is considered a good price for flights to Italy. $1,987 is the average cost to fly to Italy, while $47,896 is the most expensive.
The best day of the week to fly to Italy is Thursday due to prices being at their lowest. Flying out on a Wednesday should be a backup plan since this day tends to be less expensive as well. Friday, on the other hand, is the most expensive day to fly to Italy.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|New York||Bergamo||12h 25m||$334|
|New York||Milan||7h 30m||$351|
|New York||Venice||8h 25m||$370|
|New York||Rome||8h 05m||$381|
|Washington, D.C.||Milan||11h 15m||$393|
|Los Angeles||Milan||15h 30m||$393|
|San Francisco||Milan||13h 10m||$393|
|New York||Brindisi||11h 30m||$400|
|Washington, D.C.||Rome||8h 40m||$406|
|New York||Naples||10h 30m||$415|
|New York||Catania||13h 25m||$444|
Because there are large cities and airports in both the United States and Italy, traveling between these two countries on flights to Italy can be quite convenient no matter where you plan on traveling from or to. If you will be departing from John F. Kennedy International Airport on Italy flights you should plan on a travel time of just under 8h. If you are going to take off on cheap flights from Chicago O' Hare International Airport (ORD) you should plan on a trip time around 10h and 50min, and if you have a ticket on a flight that departs from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) the time it will take you to travel to Italy is about 13h and 5min by plane.
There are several nonstop flight options to get you from cities and airports in the United States to Italy. From John F. Kennedy International Airport, Finnair, Emirates, JetBlue, and Delta Airlines all offer nonstop service to Milan Malpensa (MXP). If instead, you would like to fly to a destination like Rome Fiumicino (FCO) you will find nonstop flights on Iberia, JetBlue, and Delta Airlines. Finally, if you would like to fly to Venice Marco Polo (VCE) there are nonstop flights available on Delta Airlines. When traveling from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) you can find a nonstop flight on Delta Airlines to a landing at Rome Fiumicino and from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) there is a nonstop flight on Iberia with service to Rome Fiumicino. Beyond these nonstop options, you can also find one-stop service to Italy from Los Angeles International Airport, Chicago O' Hare International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) just to name a few airports in the United States.
The two most transited airports in Italy are the Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport (FCO) in Fiumicino near Rome, and the Malpensa International Airport (MXP) in Milan. There are various airports that make the journey to Italy from the United States, landing in either of these Italian airports. For instance, you can find flights from some of the main United States airports such as the John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in New York, or the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The shortest flight to Italy from the United States is from John F. Kennedy International Airport to the Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport in Rome, taking approximately eight hours without a layover.
If you’re flying out of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, it may be a more affordable option to find a flight with at least one layover before landing in Italy. Some of the best options have a stopover in either John F. Kennedy International Airport or Newark Liberty International Airport in New York, before arriving at Malpensa International Airport in Milan or Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport in Rome. Out of John F. Kennedy International Airport, there are affordable routes to both Rome and Milan through European airports like Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez International Airport (MAD), Brussels Airport (BRU) or Zurich Airport (ZRH).
Three of the most popular cities for visitors to Italy are Rome, Venice, and Milan and you'll find plenty of different transportation options to get you between the cities when you are here. Because the distance between all the cities is relatively short you will not be able to find very convenient flights nor are there any nonstop flights between the cities. One of the best ways to travel between all the cities is to do so on the very extensive and feature-packed train system that exists here in Italy. Trenitalia Frecce operates high-speed rail service which travels between all the cities; as an example, you can travel between Rome and Milan in about 3h on these trains. FlixBus also offers bus service between all the cities and you will find that the buses have several very nice amenities such as reclining seats, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi. If you would like to do your own driving why not rent a car because the road network here is very extensive and easy to drive plus there is some beautiful scenery you can see while making trips between these big cities. Do bear in mind that driving in Italy can be somewhat daunting especially in large cities so do take that into account before you get behind the wheel yourself.
If you are a citizen of the United States and you want to travel to some of the beautiful cities in Italy you will need a valid passport and the passport will need to be valid for at least 90 days beyond your planned date of departure from Italy. You'll need to have two blank pages in your passport. If you are traveling to Italy as a tourist you can stay for up to 90 days without needing a visa.
To find the flight that best suits your needs, momondo gathers a range of flights from a large pool of different airlines and agents; you can then use our insights and filters to find and book the right flight to Italy.
momondo does allow users to show only those flights to Italy which offer a flexible booking policy as well as other useful filters and features.
Once you have performed a search in the form on the page, momondo provides useful filters and insights. We can show you the cheapest days and times to fly as well as filter your options to help you make an informed choice when booking flights to Italy.
Yes. momondo can track flight prices for Italy and alert you when they change. Perform a search to set up the price alert. All that is required is a valid email address.