Flying to Salerno, Italy from the United States will likely require a couple of layovers and could take up to a full day of travel time. Travelers coming from east coast cities such as New York, Atlanta, or Miami may be able to find a flight with only one layover and could make the trip in as little as 14 hours. Most trips, however, will make at least two stops and can take upwards of 30 hours, from cities like Denver, Phoenix, or Seattle. Of all the cities and flight options, the average trip will be around 20 hours. The longer itineraries usually come at a discount allowing travelers to find a Salerno flight deal if you're flexible on time.
Currently, you can’t fly directly into Salerno from any airport in the United States. The closest major airport is to the north of Salerno, in Naples, Italy. There are many airlines, like Lufthansa, Iberia, and Delta that offer itineraries connecting through major European airports like Frankfurt, Paris, Rome, and Barcelona. Because there are so many flight options to get from the US to these connecting airports, you should be able to find a flight deal to meet your schedule and budget.
United Airlines, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus and Delta are the most popular airlines that fly from United States to Salerno on a routine basis, according to our data. You should be able to find flights to Salerno with these airlines and other airlines flying from United States.
You must have two blank pages and at least six months of validity remaining on your US passport to visit Italy. Tourist visas are not required for stays under 90 days.
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Salerno is a major port from which to see Italy’s Amalfi coast, popular with tourists for the picturesque, rugged mountains that rise directly from the warm waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. There are several tour companies to take you on private or group cruises for the day, or overnight to destinations like the island of Capri. Not far from Salerno are the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii, famous because of another landmark, the nearby active volcano Mount Vesuvius. Within the city, you can visit some historic sites like the 11th century Salerno Cathedral, the Carnale Fort, or the Arechi Castle. Take a walking tour of the historic downtown and try one of the area’s fine restaurants after learning about the area’s history at the archaeological museum.
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