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Home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites worldwide, Italy is a destination you would never get enough of. It is a country rich in history, strong traditional culture, picturesque landscapes that inspired its many Renaissance artists and filled with unbelievable gastronomic experiences paired with excellent wines. Drive past the pastel-hued rolling hills and hectares of sunlit vineyards as you head to the countryside or towards the shimmering waters of Lake Como. Step back into the glorious past of ancient Roman empires as you visit the eye-popping ancient ruins, especially those in Pompeii. If you fancy some serious retail therapy, you will most certainly not want to leave Milan, Florence or Rome. The most ideal months to visit Italy are between April to June and mid-September to October, where temperatures are usually comfortable, countryside hues shine more vibrantly, and the crowds are less intense.

Famously known as Italy’s fashion capital, Milan is a seething metropolis filled with many prominent attractions and dazzling hidden jewels. Keep your eyes peeled for the city’s many notable artistic, architectural, and historical highlights, all of which were symbols of Milan’s past age of elegance and style. Airport: Milan–Malpensa Airport

Naples , the capital of the Campania region, is Italy’s third-largest city and also one of its oldest, most artistic and most delicious. One of the most visited cities in Southern Italy, Naples is alluring in every aspect. From the wealth of myths and legends, enriching culture and tradition, impressive architecture to pop culture references, it is no wonder why Naples is often referred to as Italy’s most unlikely masterpiece. Airport: Naples International Airport

Allow the mystical city of Venice charm you with its winding streets and famed canals, as you discover this beautiful city on foot and from the waters. Transverse back in time with an enchanting, gondola ride as you glide through Venice’s most picturesque canals. With stunning Venetian architecture lined along its canals, this magnificent city is much more than its grandeur. Airport: Venice Marco Polo Airport

Top Attractions

Charmingly nicknamed “Milan’s Sistine Chapel”, the 16th-century Chapel San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, is comparable to its French counterpart on most aspects. Although its façade is rather inconspicuous, its interior is a treasure trove of magnificent mind-blowing frescos.

The most iconic monument in Rome, The Colosseum was commissioned in AD 72 by Emperor Vespasian. The 50,000-seat Roman Colosseum or Coliseum, which was originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, is Rome’s legendary gladiatorial arena and the most impressive of the city’s ancient sights. It was clad in travertine and sheltered by a large canvas awning held aloft by 240 masts in its heyday.

An epitome of gothic architecture, Milan Duomo is an intricately designed cathedral is nestled in the heart of the ancient Roman city of Mediolanum. One of the world’s largest churches, its dazzling white exterior façade is said to be the most beautiful in the world. Make your way to the rooftop and admire its many spires and statues while enjoying a sweeping view of its surroundings.

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Capital city

The capital city of Italy is Rome

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Best time to visit

The best time to visit Italy is during April to October.

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Popular airports

Most flights to Italy are welcomed at Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport (FCO) 

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The best way to find affordable flights to Italy is to search multiple websites. When you do a search on wegotego, we will help you search multiple sites and airlines all at once – which is why we think wegotego is one of the best places to find cheap airline tickets online. Airlines often adjust rates for flights to Italy based on the time and day that you decide to book your flight ticket. We have collected data from all major airlines and websites, and have found that Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays are often the best days to book flights.

How far in advance should I book tickets to Italy?

The best time to book a flight ticket to Italy is one month before departure.

Cheapest Day To Fly to Italy

We’ve analyzed multiple itinerary searches for the next 60 days with arrivals to Italy and found that the cheapest day to fly to Italy is Wednesday . Check out our fare finder tool and compare prices for other days of the week.

Compare Flight Prices to Italy

Low priced flights are most commonly available by purchasing between one and three months in advance. International or holiday flights may need to be purchased even further in advance.

Round Trip Flights vs One Way Flights to Italy

There is often no price difference between booking a round trip ticket versus a one way ticket. The main benefit when it comes to buying a one way flight to Italy is the increased flexibility. However, booking a round trip flight can be a simpler process. You can compare round trip and one way flights by using our flight comparison.