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This article originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.
Trips to Italy keep getting cheaper, with new fares announced on United Airlines and Air Canada for as little as $303 round-trip.
According to Scott’s Cheap Flights, the best dates can be found by scouring Google Flights (we like KAYAK and Momondo, too) between August and December 2017.
Those $303 round-trip fares can be found on flights from Miami to Venice, and Atlanta-based travelers can visit the canal city for $310 round-trip. There are also trips to Venice from Salt Lake City and Los Angeles for $327 and $372 round-trip, respectively.
Flights to Rome are also steeply discounted this autumn and winter, with tickets starting at $346 from Orlando, $350 from Boston, $354 from Atlanta, $385 from Miami, $388 from Los Angeles, and $442 from New York City’s John F. Kennedy and Newark Liberty International airports.
Interested travelers should book quick and make plans later, as these fares will likely disappear before the end of the day.
And if you’re planning a trip to anywhere else in Europe — Paris, Zurich, Brussels, Amsterdam, for example — don’t be discouraged. As reported by the Airfare Spot, flights to countries all across the region can be found for well under $400.