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Flights from Wichita to Italy

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Places to explore in Italy

Rome
Rome wasn't built in a day--and you'll need much more than a day to take in this timeless city. The city is a real-life collage of piazzas, open-air markets, and astonishing historic sites. Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain, contemplate the Colosseum and the Pantheon, and sample a perfect espresso or gelato before spending an afternoon shopping at the Campo de’Fiori or Via Veneto. Enjoy some of the most memorable meals of your life here, too, from fresh pasta to succulent fried artichokes or a tender oxtail stew.
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Milan
One of the world’s fashion capitals, Milan offers endless opportunities for chic shopping. Hit the artsy neighborhood of Brera for leather goods and Via Monte Napoleone for exclusive, expensive boutiques. The enchanting mosaics and glass vaults of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II make shoppers feel like they’re wandering inside a painting. Take break from your spree to gape at the iconic Duomo, then grab tickets to a performance at La Scala. Post-opera, the Navigli district pulses with late-night activity.
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Venice
With its gondolas, canals, amazing restaurants, and unforgettable romantic ambiance, Venice is definitely a city for one's bucket list. Waterfront palazzos, palaces, and churches make drifting down the Grand Canal feel like cruising through a painting. To really experience Venice you must go to the opera or to a classical music performance, nibble fresh pasta and pastries, and linger in the exhibit halls of an art gallery. Label lovers will drool over the high-end shopping in Piazza San Marco.
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Naples
Romantic Naples, two hours south of Rome, is the largest city in southern Italy. It has some of the world's best opera and theater houses and is often called an open-air museum, due to its many historic statues and monuments. Join families on promenade as the sun sets on the Bay of Naples. View finds from Pompeii and Herculaneum, destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale or revel in the art and architecture of Museo Cappella Sansevero, built in the late 1500s.
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Florence
Florence is an art historian’s dream. The Galleria dell'Accademia bursts with works by Michelangelo, who is entombed within the frescoed walls of the Basilica di Santa Croce. Budding photographers can snap pics of the Ponte Vecchio bridge, and serious shoppers can spend a blissful afternoon wandering the shops of Piazza Santo Spirito. Tuscan cuisine pays homage to the region’s bounty. Swipe a hunk of crusty bread across a pool of local olive oil and you’ll be instantly transported to your happiest place.
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Palermo
Palermo is an urban melting pot characterized by history and culture so diverse that it often feels conflicted. Discover an intriguing range of architectural styles, from Arabian domes to baroque buildings, and enjoy delicious cuisine that spans a variety of origins. Be sure to visit the Palace of the Normans, the Palatine Chapel and the church of St. John of the Hermits. Art and music lovers won’t want to miss the Galleria d’Arte Moderna (the “GAM”), the Salinas or an opera or ballet at the Teatro Massimo.
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Bologna
While crowds of tourists fill Venice, Florence and Rome, Bologna remains relatively quiet in comparison. This medieval university town is charming, historic and fun to explore… and you'll find Bologna's local cuisine is light-years away from the American deli meat bearing the city's name.
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Bari
The capital of Puglia and one of southern Italy’s most prominent cities, Bari combines seaside charm and historical appeal. A major Mediterranean cruise port, the university city is also known for its old town, which boasts churches, picturesque courtyards, and other tucked-away gems.
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Arriving in Italy

Italy flights primarily land at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport in Rome and Malpensa International in Milan. Leonardo features three terminals, lies 16 miles southwest of Rome and is linked to the city by train and by road. While Malpensa has two terminals, located 24.83 miles northwest of central Milan and connected to Milan by the Milano-Varese highway as well as by the "Malpensa Express" train starting from the Milan Cadorna railway station. Both airports have similar amenities. Airports feature airline lounges; facilities for children, the disabled, and business; banking amenities; postal facilities; tourist centers; restaurants, bars, and shops (including duty-free).

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Roaming in Italy

After flights to Italy, you will need transportation. From Leonardo Airport, buses operate nearly 24 hours to Tiburtina. Rails run until late evening to Termini Station every hour, with the trip lasting 30 minutes. Rail lines to Turbtina Station operate until late at night and run every 20 minutes. A courtesy shuttles transports between terminals. Transport fares are generally under EUR 10. Taking a taxi is typically more expensive than other transport methods, except for rental cars.

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The Malpensa Shuttle bus runs every half hour to Milano Central Station. The bus ride is about one hour, and the Shuttle service is just under one hour. The Malpensa Express rail to Cadorna station runs every 20 minutes and takes 45 minutes to arrive. Taxi service takes one hour.

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In Italy, taxis and rental cars are more expensive than bus or train. Tourists can find train travel discounts with online ticket merchants. Transport is convenient and almost as easy as finding airfare to Italy.

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Italy Main Attractions

The Colosseum and Pompeii are ranked in the top 50 worldwide attractions. Annually, over 4 million and 2.5 million tourists respectively visit the Colosseum and Pompeii. Italy flights will take you to see these attractions along with many others.

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Tourists visit the Sistine Chapel in awe of Michelangelo's Renaissance artistry. The ancient Roman temple to the gods—the Pantheon—and the world's largest Baroque fountain—Rome's Trevi Fountain—are popular attractions. Cheap flights to Rome are taken every year by tourists who cannot wait to experience Rome’s great ancient sights.

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Italian Shopping, Entertainment, and Nightlife

Italy is world-renowned for art, fashion, literature, music, vineyards, fresh food, and cuisine. Top travel websites feature directories of the best shopping, entertainment, and nightlife venues. These sites often provide assorted traveler tips on the best things to see and do after taking advantage of cheap flights to Italy. Club Goa, Al Vino al Vino, and Caffè Canova-Tadolini are among Rome's top clubs, wine bars, and restaurants. Osteria Francescana is Italy's top fine dining restaurant. Rome hosts top restaurants including Ambasciata di Capri, Da Giggetto al Portico di Ottavia, and Dataram.

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Travelers should search the internet to locate popular group-based shopping and dining discount clubs. The fining in Italy is so fine that you will want airfare to Italy just to experience it.

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Flight stats for Italy - did you know?

  • There are 34 airports in Italy and the 5 biggest are
  • Fontanarossa Airport (Catania)
  • Right now, 31 airlines operate out of Fontanarossa Airport.
  • Fontanarossa Airport offers nonstop flights to 24 cities.
  • Every week, at least 306 domestic flights and 30 international flights depart from Fontanarossa Airport.
  • Fiumicino Airport (Rome)
  • Right now, 81 airlines operate out of Fiumicino Airport.
  • Fiumicino Airport offers nonstop flights to 70 cities.
  • Every week, at least 1,379 domestic flights and 1,026 international flights depart from Fiumicino Airport.
  • Malpensa Airport (Milan)
  • Right now, 73 airlines operate out of Malpensa Airport.
  • Malpensa Airport offers nonstop flights to 62 cities.
  • Every week, at least 132 domestic flights and 585 international flights depart from Malpensa Airport.
  • Guglielmo Marconi Airport (Bologna)
  • Right now, 40 airlines operate out of Guglielmo Marconi Airport.
  • Guglielmo Marconi Airport offers nonstop flights to 26 cities.
  • Every week, at least 88 domestic flights and 209 international flights depart from Guglielmo Marconi Airport.
  • Marco Polo Airport (Venice)
  • Right now, 48 airlines operate out of Marco Polo Airport.
  • Marco Polo Airport offers nonstop flights to 23 cities.
  • Every week, at least 88 domestic flights and 258 international flights depart from Marco Polo Airport.