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Travelling to Italy

There are flights from major cities in Europe and the world arriving in the main international airports of Rome or Milan every day, either directly or through other European hubs such as London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris.

Many other Italian airports such as Bologna, Florence or Naples link directly to European cities and all Italian airports are linked to Rome and Milan, so it is easy to make connections to other destinations in the country.

Many budget airlines now fly into a number of Italian airports so check these out on the Internet when making your travel plans.

You may also choose to come to Italy by rail or coach and there are frequent day and night services from a wide range of European cities.

Another option may be to come by car and there is an extensive motorway network from the North to the South of Italy.