Italy Flights

Italy Flights

Flights to Italy

Many of our clients book flights directly using:
www.flightline.co.uk

Free Flight Finding Service

Clients of Agni Travel, who are booking accommodation, may use our flight finding service. Although we do not actually book flights, we can find the best options and deals for you. Contact: sales@agni-travel.com

Car Hire Italy

Agni Travel offers excellent car hire rates with collection from any Italian airport or port: Italy Car Hire

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Flights to Tuscany

Flights from the UK to Tuscany are available all year. There are two international airports in region itself. The largest is the Galileo Galilei in Pisa, the other, in Florence is the Amergo Vespucci. Flying into Rome can be a realistic alternative as Tuscany can be reached in around 3 hours by car or one hour and a half by train. Alternatively, the two international airports in Bologna, Guglielmo Marconi and Forli, are only around an hours and a half drive from Florence.

Flights to Apulia

Flights into the Apulia area couldn't be easier, with two major airports in the region, based at Bari and Brindisi, both of which enjoy year round flights that originate from across the UK. The Italian railway system is a wonderful way to enjoy the spectacular and ever changing scenery. Flying into Rome, then taking a train to the south is another viable travel option, especially if you are considering a two centre holiday.

Flights to Venice

Venice is serviced by its own international airport (Marco Polo) that enjoy frequent arrivals from most major UK airports throughout the year. Getting from the airport to the centre and St. Marco's square is really easy. There are frequent boat-bus or taxi-boats departing from the jetty just outside the airport (timetables and prices can be found here www.alilaguna.it/index.en.html)

Flights to Rome

Rome is serviced by its own international airport (Fiumicino) that enjoy frequent arrivals from most major UK airports throughout the year. Getting from the airport to the centre is just a short ride by train/subway.

Flights to Dolomites and Lakes

Getting to the region is not difficult. Bergamo and Verona airports are both a similar distance from Madonna di Campiglio, whilst Verona airport is close to Polsa and Garda Lake. During the winter months there is a regular ski shuttle bus service between airports and resorts, whilst taxi transfers can easily be arranged should you prefer them.

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