Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop From New York To Rome For Only $292
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Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop From New York To Rome For Only $292

Deals , Rome , Italy , New York
DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Nov 26, 2019

Hey NYC fam, we found a deal that you’re going to love. Delta Airlines’ affiliate, Alitalia, is advertising nonstop flights from New York’s JFK airport to Rome, Italy for as low as $292 roundtrip.

This low price flight option is available for travel between January and February of 2020. We searched using the dates 2/2- 2/13 on Skyscanner. To use Skyscanner, it is easiest to filter your search by a whole month. Once here, select either January or February to begin the search. You will see the lowest fares available at that time populate in green. Select the date range that is most convenient for your travel schedule and follow the links and instructions on how to purchase.

It’s that simple.

RELATED: 5 Things You Must Do In Rome

Rome is the capital city of Italy and is the fourth most populated city in the European Union. (E.U.) The city is a mixture of piazzas, open-air markets, and beautiful historic sites.

The Colosseum, located in the Eastern part of the city, was once used for gladiator contests as well as other public spectacles. It could hold between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators. Today, it still stands as although damaged from earthquakes and stone-robbers.

Another must-see attraction in Rome is the Vatican. Located in Vatican City, it is the headquarters of the Catholic Church and home to the Pope. The highlight of The Vatican is Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. If you plan to tour the inside, be sure to get there early because the lines can get very long.

Plan to visit the Pantheon, which is the burial place of Rome’s kings and other prominent figures.

Make your way to Piazza Novana. Known as one of Rome’s most popular public spaces, The area is filled with restaurants, gelaterias, souvenir shops, and the Museo di Roma.

The food scene in Rome is one that cannot be missed. Try Espresso at two of Rome’s most popular cafes: Tazza d’Oro and Ceffe Sant’Eustachio.

Grab a scoop, or two, of gelato at one of the many gelaterias around the city. Of course, you can’t go to Italy without eating all the pasta your stomach can handle. Be sure to wash it down with some of the World’s best wines.