Travelling to Rome on Low priced flights :
The city of Rome is one of the highest-demand tourist destinations because it is the capital of the Roman Empire and the world capital for Catholics. It is good to know you can get low priced air tickets to visit it.
Rome, which is also known as “The Eternal City”, hosts over 28 million visitors a year. It has a rich variety of tourist resources: historic remains of the Roman Empire, basilicas, religious museums, modern museums and galleries, big shops, designer jewelry and a busy night life in discos and bars.
Travelling to Rome means knowing when to go, as seasons are distinct and they will define what to wear and the places to visit in the city. It is convenient to look up some weather forecast web pages such as http://www.wheather.com which accesses information about the climate.
If you are looking for low priced tickets, you can get them at low-cost airlines. They are popular because they have online advance ticket purchase options which reduce their billing costs. They have low demand schedules and do not neglect flight safety, but they sacrifice comfort and quality on some services.
Low-cost airlines are dedicated to short routes in nearby air spaces, as is the case in Europe, or internal air spaces, as is the case in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala and Ecuador. They can be found in the http://www.cafeytren.com web page, where you can also query, book and purchase low priced air tickets via Rumbos.
However, we think that the http://www.liligo.es/ is more user-friendly because it helps you look for one way tickets as well as round trip tickets. It searches not only on its own database, but also on other web pages such as e-Dreams, Rumbo, Viajar and KLM. They display the deal if it is cheaper than their own.
For instance, if you want to fly Madrid (Madrid-Barajas Airport) – Rome (Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport) on January 10, 2011 one way, nonstop, fixed dates, then the cheapest air ticket displayed is Air Europa for 62 euros on 10/01/2011. But if you choose flexible dates, the cheapest ticket is Easyjet for 31 euros on 13/01/2011.
If you want to travel from the Americas to Europe, there are no low-cost airlines. Traditional airlines offer special deals themselves, but for very short periods, even hours. So you must always look up the specialized web pages, and once you find a deal, take it immediately. These offers are often available on low demand times and dates.
For example, if you want to travel Lima-Peru (Jorge Chávez International Airport) – Rome (Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport) on January 10, 2011 one way, 1 stop, then the cheapest air ticket displayed is Air Europa for 947 euros on 10/01/2011.