Travel Deals to Italy

Embark on an unforgettable journey to Italy with AAA travel deals that promise to immerse you in this enchanting country’s captivating beauty, rich history and delectable cuisine.

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Whether wandering the ancient ruins of Rome or cruising the picturesque canals of Venice, you’ll be mesmerized by the beauty and history that Italy has to offer. Indulge in the artistry of Florence, bask in the sun-kissed landscapes of the Amalfi Coast and discover the charm of hidden gems nestled throughout the Italian countryside.

Hotel travel deals to Italy

An Italian getaway offers a range of hotels to suit various preferences and budgets, whether you’re interested in luxury accommodations, charming boutique hotels or economy stays.

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Visiting Rome (above) is a journey through time, a captivating blend of ancient wonders and modern vitality. The Eternal City, adorned with iconic landmarks like the Colosseum (above), the Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon, offers a glimpse into the grandeur of the Roman Empire.

Stroll cobbled streets to discover hidden gems, ornate fountains and vibrant piazzas like Piazza Navona. Indulge in delectable Italian cuisine at charming trattorias and savor world-famous gelato. Vatican City, with St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, may add a spiritual dimension to the experience. Located in the heart of Rome, the Hotel Mondial sits between the Basilica of St. Mary Major and the Baroque façade of the Church of St. Susanna at the Baths of Diocletian.

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Venice (above), a city floating on water, enchants with timeless beauty. Navigating its intricate network of canals aboard iconic gondolas reveals the unique charm of historic palaces and arched bridges like the Rialto.

The ethereal ambiance of St. Mark’s Square (below), adorned with the grandeur of St. Mark’s Basilica and the campanile, transports visitors to a bygone era. Lose yourself in the labyrinthine alleys, stumbling upon quaint shops and authentic eateries as you go.

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Venice’s artistry shines in the glassblowing workshops of Murano and the lace boutiques in Burano. A visit to this floating masterpiece promises a romantic cultural journey, leaving an indelible imprint of Venetian allure. Hotel Olimpia Venice BW Signature Collection boasts a central position alongside a typical canal in the ever-romantic Venice.

Standing on the banks of the Arno River with views of the Ponte Vecchio, The St. Regis Florence is the epitome of elegance and refined hospitality, and a preferred starting point for all things Florence and Tuscany. Visit the Uffizi Gallery; the Florence Cathedral (Duomo di Firenze); or the Galleria dell’Accademia, home of Michelangelo’s David.

Top day trip options from Florence include the beautiful medieval city of Siena, Pisa and its iconic Leaning Tower, and the walled city of Lucca (known as the birthplace of the famous composer Giacomo Puccini). Visitors can marvel at the medieval towers of San Gimignano, explore the famed Chianti region and take in the picturesque Cinque Terre. A slightly longer excursion could include Assisi, renowned as the birthplace of St. Francis.

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Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast captivate visitors with breathtaking coastal landscapes, where rugged cliffs adorned with colorful homes cascade down to the crystal-clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Strolling through the narrow streets of Sorrento, you’ll savor the aromatic scent of citrus orchards while exploring charming shops that showcase the region’s renowned lemon-based products, including limoncello. Hilton Sorrento Palace is close to the historic heart of Sorrento, overlooking the Bay of Naples and the dramatic Sorrento Coast.

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The Amalfi Coast (above), with its picturesque towns like Positano (above) and Amalfi, offers an enchanting blend of historical architecture, artisanal boutiques and inviting seaside restaurants. It’s the perfect setting for leisurely walks and romantic sunset views. Capri, an island south of Sorrento, is a short distance away and can be reached from Sorrento by taking a ferry or hydrofoil. The journey offers beautiful views of the coastline and the surrounding sea.

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Airfare travel deals to Italy

Round-trip flights in and out of Italy are a delightful experience, as the country is well-connected by air, and its major cities host several international airports. Italian airports are also well-connected to public transportation networks, making it easy to reach city centers. Taxis, buses, private shuttles and car rentals are also available.

Fiumicino Airport, located in Rome, is the busiest airport in Italy. It is an international hub connecting Italy to European destinations and beyond. Milano Malpensa Airport, situated near Milan (below) and nearby Lake Como, is the second-largest airport in Italy.

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Marco Polo Airport in Venice serves as a gateway for tourists visiting the Veneto region. Located in southern Italy, Naples Airport is a key entry point for travelers exploring the Amalfi Coast and surrounding areas. Florence Airport is convenient for those heading to Tuscany and Florence.

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Cruise travel deals to Italy

Going on a cruise in Italy offers a unique and picturesque way to explore the country, combining the pleasures of luxury travel with the opportunity to visit multiple cities and destinations along the coastline. Italy’s ports are strategically located, providing access to various regions, historical sites and cultural treasures.

Many of the best Italian cruises also visit Croatia. Here, you can plunge into the Italian Renaissance, a cultural rebirth from the 14th century to the 17th century that—inspired by classical antiquity—saw unprecedented advancements in art, literature, science and philosophy, fostering a profound shift from medieval traditions to an increasingly humanistic and individualistic worldview.

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Tour travel deals to Italy

Italy tours offer a fantastic way to explore the country’s rich history, diverse culture and stunning landscapes. Whether you’re interested in historical landmarks, phenomenal Italian food, art and architecture, or natural beauty, Italy has a wide range of guided tours to suit every interest.

The Melodies, Flavors and Secrets of Italy tour starts in Rome with a visit to St. Peter’s Basilica, an architectural wonder, and an exploration of the Sistine Chapel, where Michelangelo’s masterpiece awaits. Book a tour now.

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Ultimate Italy, a 12-day guided tour, delivers the ultimate Italian experience. Along the way, you’ll sail to sun-drenched Capri, tour the infamous Faraglioni Rocks (above), see Florence and Venice your way, and get a taste of Tuscany.

The Best of Italy boasts an 11-day guided tour from Rome to the ill-fated city of Pompeii, whose inhabitants succumbed to the power of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The trip includes a VIP Vatican tour, with exclusive access to the Bramante Staircase, a spiraling masterpiece typically off limits. You’ll also fall in love with Venice from charming gondola rides and learn trade secrets from a leatherworker in Florence.

They say all roads lead to Rome, and you’ll be glad they do on this 12-day Roman expedition that traverses the cobbled streets of Paris, the Alps of Innsbruck and the vineyards of Burgundy. Along the way, enjoy local delicacies, take in lakeside vistas and witness the skill of glassblowing.

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On Country Roads of Southern Italy and Sicily, you can toss a coin into the famed Trevi Fountain during a guided walking tour. A luxurious hotel awaits in Sorrento, where you can marvel at Mount Vesuvius (above), which buried Pompeii in an unforgiving sea of ash in 79 A.D. Before the trip is through, learn from historians in Palermo as they guide you past its cathedral and the Palatine Chapel.

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Flavors of Europe provides a memorable tour you can sink your teeth into. This nine-day excursion features hand-picked menus across Rome, Florence (above) and Cinque Terre, the crown jewel of the Italian Riviera. When not eating, visit the Vatican, browse Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and marvel at the green marble of the duomo in Florence before adventuring through the Swiss Alps and into Paris.

These carefully curated vacation packages ensure a seamless travel experience and provide excellent value, offering accommodations, guided tours and authentic local experiences.

AAA Travel has the best travel deals to Italy.

Immerse yourself in the allure of Italy and create lasting memories with AAA’s enticing vacation packages, which promise an extraordinary adventure from the moment you arrive until the last breathtaking sunset over the Mediterranean.

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