Italy, Air, Rail, 9 Nights, From $1,399
Get to know three Italian cities known for their art, history, and food with this travel package to Rome, Florence, and Venice.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Italy includes airfare from New York City to Rome, with a return trip from Venice on Lufthansa; four nights in Rome at the JSH Hotel Rome Villa Doria Pamphili; three nights in Florence at Hotel Cimabue; two nights in Venice at Hotel Russott Venezia San Giuliano; second class rail between cities; and daily continental breakfast; from $1,399 per person including hotel and air taxes and fees.
When Select dates in 2013 and 2014; check Go-Today's website for availability options.
Gateways New York City ($1,399); additional gateway cities are also available.
The Fine Print Package price does not include Italian city taxes, which vary by city and are payable locally. Air taxes and fees are included in the package price. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
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Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest multicity round-trip airfare between New York City, Rome, and Venice starts from $795 in late November (Turkish Airlines). Add to that $248 per person without taxes for four nights at the JSH Hotel Rome Villa Doria Pamphili, $127 per person including taxes for three nights at Hotel Cimabue, and $169 per person including taxes for two nights at Hotel Russott Venezia San Giuliano, and you're already spending $1,339 on airfare and accommodations alone. For $60 more, this travel package gives you airfare and nine nights in three Italian cities, plus second class rail between them, daily breakfast, and covers all taxes and fees.
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