Umbria & Central Italy, Air, Car, 6 Nights, From $1,279
Explore the Italian countryside and pay a visit to Todi, a legendary town founded by Hercules.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare from New York City to Rome on American Airlines; airline fuel surcharges; six nights at the Hotel Perusia, offering views of the Umbrian countryside; seven days of an economy manual rental car (Fiat Panda or similarly sized vehicle), including unlimited mileage, third-party liability insurance, collision-damage waiver reduction, theft-protection reduction, airport charges, and local VAT taxes; and daily breakfast; from $1,279 per person.
When Sept. 19, 26, Oct. 3, 17, 2012 ($1,279); Contact Gate 1 Travel for additional dates and price options.
Gateways New York City ($1,279); additional gateways available.
The Fine Print Airport taxes and fees are included in the package price. Total does not include locally payable Italian city taxes or a car-rental fee of $57 per vehicle. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $385. Visas must be valid for at least six months past the date of travel. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
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Why It’s a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip airfare from New York City to Rome starts from $614 in mid-March. Add to this $664 per person with taxes for six nights at Hotel Perusia, and you're spending $1,278 on airfare and accommodations alone. For one more dollar, this package gives you airfare, six nights' accommodations in central Italy, a seven-day car rental, daily breakfast, and all taxes and fees.
More Upgrade your vehicle: Choose from a compact manual for from $111.12, a mid-size manual for from $240.78, a premium automatic for from $447.58, or a manual minivan for from $524.74.
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