Ferrari

Via Giovanni Amendola 95, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Absolute Cheapest way to fly to Europe from America!!!

by jmsgirl

Hello! I need your help again! My fiancee and I are hoping to travel to Italy for our Honeymoon in June 2010. We are both students and we are paying for the honeymoon and wedding ourselves.

I need to know the cheapest way to fly from the United State to Europe...any where in Europe! We can get a train pass and travel to Italy from wherever we land in Europe :)

Thank you!!

Teresa

Re: Absolute Cheapest way to fly to Europe from America!!!

by cgf

from Illinois have a look at
Air France
Alitalia
British Airways
Brussels Airlines
Delta
Iberia
KLM
Lufthansa
US Airways
from Montreal look also at http://www.airtransat.com
from Chicago to Frankfurt you may use AirIndia.
Air India is not so bad, it used to be cheap airline, just do not plane anything after your flight as it could be late, during monsoon season also a day late. Sure monsoons do not affect flight over the Atlantic Ocean but the plane always come from India, it may happen it come late.
I used with no problem one summer from Frankfurt to Los Angeles, only 30 minutes late both ways, but the same day I used AI to US, some people in Frankfurt going to Detroit were there since the day before, actually there were heavy flood in India those days.... it was Aug, 1st

Re: Absolute Cheapest way to fly to Europe from America!!!

by cgf

have a look also at
http://www.meridiana.it/us/index.aspx
flights from JFK to Naples and Palermo (it's your honeymoon, isn't it) fare from 887USD return all included

http://www.airberlin.com/site/start.php?LANG=eng&MARKT=US
NYK to Dusseldorf from 629USD on selected date for roundtrip

I would avoid going to Europe via London unless you want to go also there or you'll have a connection *at same airport*. To change airport in London it would take time and money, rather expensive every transport.

Re: Absolute Cheapest way to fly to Europe from America!!!

by effeti

Take a look at http://www.skyscanner.com too.
landing in another country to take the train may not be the cheaper option. And train passes are not worth, unless you travel *a lot*

and, most of all... congratulations!
Francesco

Re: Absolute Cheapest way to fly to Europe from America!!!

by icunme

Check Aer Lingus - I once flew from JFK into Dublin - landed early a.m. - spent the day in Dublin - then from Dublin to Rome on Ryan Air - extremely reasonable rates - read Ryan Air restrictions on luggage weight carefully.

Travel Tips for Rome

So many things to do in Rome….

by agarcia

By day, when the sky has this precious blue shade, or by night, when the city ask you to lost your track and wander around it streets.
It doesn’t matter how much time you spend on Rome; it will never be enough. Just make sure you throw your coin in the Trevi fountain! Walking along the charming and little streets of Trastevere by night. It didn’t matter what direction I take; it always leads me to a charming piazza, or to a nice restaurant, or to the Chiesa of Santa Maria in Trastevere, which has some magical quality by night.

Public Restrooms

by keeweechic

Public conveniences are often referred to as water closets (WC). These are usually found near major tourist sites and most have attendants and so a tip is usually expected. However, I found them to be very scarce. Again, keep change because these attendants will expect you to leave at least L200 (or more.

Books in almost every language

by Rahel about La Feltrinelli

You can get every sort of books. Travel books, travel maps, every sort of school books, and of course literature from the past and the present. Also CD's and DVD's are being sold there.
Every shop I saw was beautiful and hug. I could have spent hours there... Books, books, books... I was looking for an easy one in italian, because my little knowledge in this language isn't used that often. Normal prices. Books aren't cheap anyhow.

I took British Airways and it...

by yakiho3

I took British Airways and it was satifactory except that Heathrow Airport in London is kind of a nightmare. You have to board a bus to a second terminal and there is very little help to get you to the right places. I almost didn't find the right gate in time.
Most of Rome is an easy walk, but the Vatican is probably better to bus to. Bus tickets are sold at tabachi, (tobacco shops,) not on the busses. Tickets to the airport can also be purchased there. Lots of busses and nice ones.

Fantastic Park Setting

by phred1910 about Casina dell'Orologio

A great park setting in which to enjoy a quiet and secluded drink. It is located in the beautiful park that overlooks the Piazza del Popolo and the rest of Rome. Beer and peanuts - how can you go wrong?

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Address: Via Giovanni Amendola 95, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy