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    Default What is the best way to travel through Italy

    Hi,
    I are going on a 20 days vacation with my wife, on a budget, in September. We will probably fly into Milan and visit Rome and Sorrento before flying to Santorini, Greece and then back to Italy. I'm not sure what the most practical order is for visiting these cities and I also could use any other advice from experienced travelers as to when its better to use a train or a plane and any other money/time saving advice for Italy trips.
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    Default What is the best way to travel through Italy

    Flying to and Around Italy
    Chances are you are going to arrive in Italy on a plane. If you're flying directly from the [COLOR=#009900 !important]United[/COLOR] States, you will likely land in Milan or Rome(though there are a few nonstop [COLOR=#009900 !important]flights[/COLOR] to Venice and Pisa). If you're changing planes in Europe or flying from within the continent, you can take advantage of numerous smaller airlines, particularly budget carriers that fly from major European cities. A great resource for finding these flights is WhichBudget.com.

    The country of Italy covers more than 116,000 square miles, and two of its 20 regions are islands -- Sardinia and Sicily -- so for [COLOR=#009900 !important]travel[/COLOR] from the very north to the south, and vice versa, flying within Italy will save you significant time over taking the train. Alitalia is Italy's major airline. Other airlines for domestic flights include: Meridiana, Air Dolomiti, Air One and Blu-express.

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