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From the piazzas of Florence to the snow-dusted rocks of the Dolomites, the salt pans of Sicily to the pizza-spinning trattorias of Naples, Italy ranges across some of Europe's most enthralling places and towns. You can't go wrong with a jaunt to the capital. Rome is where most cheap flights to Italy from Australia will land, and it's brimming with masterworks by da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Caravaggio, along with the domes of the Vatican. Beyond that are the rolling vineyards of Tuscany, Umbria's fortified villages, Ligurian beaches lined by pastel-painted mansions, and the honeymoon favorite of the Amalfi Coast. It's awesome stuff.
2,500-year-old temples meet elaborate Baroque fountains, pine-scented parks and world-class museums in the bucket-list city of Rome.
Trips to Lake Garda mean challenging via ferrata up craggy alpine ridges, SUP boarding on azure waters, and lakeside Proseccos come evening.
Sicily has brilliant-white beaches and smoking Etna, along with Greek temples and street-food to get the taste buds a-tingling.
At the moment, March/2020 and February/2020 are the cheapest times in the year to travel to Italy.
No airlines have non-stop flights to Italy from Australia.
The cheapest airline that flies to Italy from Australia is China Southern.
Qatar Airways is the best airline to fly to Italy from Australia. The best low-cost airline is WestJet.