Italy, Air, Rail, 7 Nights, From $1,465
You can save more than $300 per person on a dream trip to Italy with this travel package to Rome, Florence, and Venice.
The Real Deal Vacation package includes airfare from New York City to Rome, with a return flight from Venice, on Delta Airlines; three nights at the Rome Marriott Park Hotel; two nights at the Hilton Florence Metropole Hotel; two nights at the Santa Chiara Hotel in Venice; Eurostar Italia trains between cities; and daily breakfast at the Venice hotel; from $1,465 per person including all hotel and air taxes and fees.
When Ongoing; package price is based on an April 28, 2014, departure date.
Gateways New York City ($1,465); additional gateway cities are also available-check the website for more options.
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Book By No deadline; based on availability.
Contact European Destinations; 877/267-2247, europeandestinations.com.
Why It's a Deal A recent kayak search shows the lowest round-trip multicity airfare between New York City, Rome, and Venice starts from $987 in late-April (Turkish Airlines). Add to that $250 per person including taxes for three nights at the Rome Marriott Park Hotel, $199 per person including taxes for two nights at the Hilton Florence Metropole Hotel, and $333 per person including taxes for two nights at the Santa Chiara Hotel, and you're already spending $1,769 on airfare and accommodations alone. For $304 less than that, this travel package gives you airfare and seven nights in three Italian cities, train rides between them, daily breakfast at the Venice hotel, and covers all taxes and fees.
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