Paris & Rome, Air, 6 Nights, From $1,305
From the Eiffel Tower to the Colosseum, take in thousands of years of European history with this travel package to Paris and Rome—and save more than $300 in the process.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Paris and Rome includes air from New York City to Paris, with a return flight from Rome; regional airfare between Paris and Rome; three nights at the Hotel Neva in Paris; three nights at the Hotel Impero in Rome; daily breakfast at both hotels; and all taxes and fees included, from $1,305 per person.
When Ongoing; baseline price is for Sept. 4, 2012 departure.
Gateways New York City (from $1,305); add $55 for Chicago; add $77 for Boston; add $142 for Washington, D.C.; add $148 for Houston; add $149 for Miami; add $174 for Atlanta; add $250 for Los Angeles; add $273 for Seattle; add $302 for San Francisco; add $310 for Phoenix.
The Fine Print All air and hotel taxes and fees are included in the package price. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is $180. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By No book-by date; based on availability.
Why It's a Deal According to a recent Kayak search, a flight from New York to Paris with a return flight from Rome, plus a regional flight between the two European cities, starts at $1,062 in late August. A three-night stay at Hotel Neva comes to $356 per person, and three nights at the Hotel Impero starts at $210 per person. Add it up, and you'd be paying $1,628 (all taxes and fees included) to book your flights and accommodation separately. With this travel package, you get the same flights, six nights in Paris and Rome, and all taxes and fees included, for $323 less.
More A range of hotels are available in both cities; upgrade to the four-star Hotel Le Littre in Paris (package price starts at $1,462), for example, or the four-star Hotel Bailey in Rome (package price starts at $1,383).
More Real Deals
MORE DEALS BY:
Interest: Wildlife Appreciation  | Shopping  | Culture  | Adventure  | Pop Culture and Travel  | Historical Travel  | Cruises  | Food and Drink  | Markets and Bazaars  | Nature Appreciation  | Literary Travel  | Music and Dancing