You Can Book a Flight to Rome for $389 Round-Trip Right Now
New routes mean super cheap flights to the Eternal City
Beginning in November, the budget airline will launch flights to the “Eternal City” from Newark, in the New York City area, and Los Angeles and Oakland, in California.
Flights from Newark Liberty International Airport start on November 9 for $189 one-way, with return rates starting at about $200.
Flights from Los Angeles International Airport take off on November 11 and start at $229 one-way, with return fares priced at roughly $223. Oakland International Airport’s flights will start at the same prices, and will launch on Feb. 6, 2018.
“Rome is one of the top tourist destinations in the world, and a favorite among Americans, so it was an obvious choice as we continue to expand our transatlantic presence,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s chief commercial officer, in a statement.
The new routes give travelers a cheap option to get to the city and see its most famous monuments, like the Colosseum or the Trevi Fountain. Rome is now the airline’s 13th European destination with nonstop service from the U.S.
As with all low-cost airlines, travelers should familiarize themselves with Norwegian Air’s fees for services like seat assignments and meals ahead of booking.
This article originally appeared on Travelandleisure.com