$659-$669 — Chicago to Italy in Summer (R/T)

UPDATE [Feb. 5, 9:30 a.m. EST]: These fares are sold out.

Jet off to Italy this summer and save as much as $400 on the usual cost of a roundtrip ticket! Air France, Alitalia and KLM have dropped the price of flights from Chicago to Pisa, Bologna, Naples, Florence, Turin and Venice to just $630-$665 roundtrip. Travel is widely available from June to August, during Italy’s peak travel season. Fares to Europe are rarely cheap in the summer, so if you’ve been waiting for a great deal, don’t wait too long!

Alitalia is a 3-star airline according to Skytrax, the same rating as American and United. Air France and KLM are 4-star airlines according to SkyTrax, the same rating as British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin America.

Fly.com Fare Calendars:

Flights from Chicago to (all flights are roundtrip, including tax):

Note:

  • Air France and Alitalia have a maximum allowance of 2 FREE checked bags.
  • KLM has a maximum allowance of 1 FREE checked bags.
  • For more baggage information click here.

Savings:

  • Up to $400 OFF the usual cost

Travel Dates:

  • June to August

Sample Screenshots:

Chicago-Pisa: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Pisa: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Pisa: Alitalia Booking Page

Chicago-Pisa: Alitalia Booking Page

Chicago-Venice: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Venice: Fly.com Search Results

Chicago-Venice: KLM Booking Page

Chicago-Venice: KLM Booking Page

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