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Airports in Italy
With so many large cities in Italy, there are many international airports including Rome, Pisa, Milan, Naples and Florence. These are serviced by almost all the major airlines.
Most of the budget airlines offer low cost flights to Italy, with the best deals offered outside the busy holiday period of May-September.
Ryanair have some excellent value flights to cities such as Pisa, Rome and Naples, with prices particularly low from November to March.
There is so much that Italy stands for - it has some of the world's best paintings and sculptures, it houses two independent states within it, trendy fashion considers Milan to be it's birthplace, and it has the largest number of Unesco's heritage sites in this world.
Italy is considered by many to be the cultural capital of Europe. If you are looking for historic buildings, good food and drink, warm weather, spectacular scenery or wonderful beaches, Italy is the perfect holiday destination.
Italy's premier destination is Rome, the cultural capital of Europe. With the ancient amphitheatre of the Colosseum, the Vatican and all the historic Romans ruins and buildings which have been carefully preserved, Rome is the perfect destination for those with an interest in history.
You can go skiing in the Alps or take a trek around the Dolomites. If you are looking for historic buildings, art and beautiful scenery then Florence is recommended.
Naples offers a mix of all of the above, with easy access to Pompeii, the Herculaneum, the cobbled streets of Sorrento, and the spectacular Amalfi coastline. For a romantic weekend break the Italian capital of Rome is the perfect weekend getaway.
For spectacular coastline the Amalfi coast to the south of Naples has some of the most spectacular coastline views in Europe.
Rome: A visit to the Vatican is compulsory on any visitor's agenda.
Pompeii (near Naples): The site of the eruption of the Mount Vesuvias volcano in 79AD.
Venice: Venice is the location favoured by coupes looking for a romantic holiday in the city which is built on water.
Italian vineyards are not only great places to sample their wines, but are also very beautiful places to visit.
When to Visit:
This is dependent on why you are going there. If you are planning to take a skiing holiday then winter is your best option. It is a land of sunny, mild weather, but the mountains can be very cold, and in some places the summer can be hot and humid.