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February 07, 2018 12:56 pm

Venice, Florence, Rome — these are just a few of the Italian cities on sale right now from airports all across the United States.

Yesterday, Thrifty Traveler and Scott’s Cheap Flights found seriously discounted tickets to Italy from more than 80 U.S. cities.

As usual, flights depart from major international airports in cities such as Los Angeles and New York City. But for once, even travelers in small cities (think: Albuquerque, Bismarck, Colorado Springs, Des Moines, Duluth, Fargo, Lexington, Omaha, and Sioux Falls) can reap the benefits of this massive flight deal.

The most inexpensive tickets, for example, are $381 round-trip fares from Greenville, Memphis, and Pensacola. Most cities have flights starting at approximately $385.

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In addition to the City of Canals and the capital, Rome, travelers can also fly directly to Bologna, Genoa, Milan, and Verona, among others.

Travelers interested in taking a trip to Europe should note that inexpensive fares are also available on flights to France, including Paris, Marseille, Lyon, and Nice.

Generally speaking, flights can be found between February and May, and again from August to December. Thrifty Traveler noted that, depending on your itinerary, trips can even be booked during peak travel periods like late spring, summer, and the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

To book your dreamy Italian getaway (or your vacation to the French Riviera), use Google Flights’ low-fare calendar to identify the most inexpensive departure and return dates from your home airport. Because not all cities have availability to every destination, you may need to play around with different combinations to find the best possible price.

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