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Find Flights to Italy with Thai Airways

Compare Lowest Airfares to Italy*

  1. BKK-MXP

    Bangkok (BKK) to Milan (MXP)

    12/09/2019-

    19/09/2019

    THB27,315

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. BKK-FCO

    Bangkok (BKK) to Rome (FCO)

    13/09/2019-

    20/09/2019

    THB25,635

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. BKK-BLQ

    Bangkok (BKK) to Bologna (BLQ)

    07/09/2019-

    14/09/2019

    THB45,290

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. BKK-VCE

    Bangkok (BKK) to Venice (VCE)

    10/09/2019-

    14/09/2019

    THB44,245

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. BKK-TRN

    Bangkok (BKK) to Turin (TRN)

    21/08/2019-

    22/08/2019

    THB57,220

    ​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

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  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Milan (MXP)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-MXP

    08/06/2020

    BKK-MXP

    19/06/2020

    THB18,425
  2. Bangkok (BKK) to Rome (FCO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-FCO

    29/05/2020

    BKK-FCO

    05/06/2020

    THB18,895
  3. Bangkok (BKK) to Bologna (BLQ)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-BLQ

    13/02/2020

    BKK-BLQ

    23/02/2020

    THB40,265
  4. Bangkok (BKK) to Catania (CTA)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-CTA

    22/09/2019

    BKK-CTA

    28/09/2019

    THB53,165
  5. Ubon Ratchathani (UBP) to Milan (MXP)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    UBP-MXP

    02/07/2020

    UBP-MXP

    10/07/2020

    THB21,075
  6. Chiang Mai (CNX) to Rome (FCO)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CNX-FCO

    20/06/2020

    CNX-FCO

    05/07/2020

    THB21,935

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Find Flights to Italy with Thai Airways

Traveling to Italy

Overview

Sandy coastlines and rolling hills, stirring architecture from the Ancient Romans to the Renaissance, and a culture that's known and loved throughout the world – Italy really does have it all. Its regions are strikingly different both geographically and culturally, with every town fiercely proud of its own traditions.

Getting around

The north of the country is well-connected by both high-speed trains in the form the Frecciarossa, as well as slower regional trains. South of Rome, or worse Naples, the trains become much slower and less reliable; seeking Sicily from the north for example, your best bet is probably to fly. Ferries connect the southern tip to Sicily, and from Naples to Palermo.

See & do

Whether it's a beach holiday, a stay in a rural agriturismo, a visit to a historic city or a tour of ancient ruins, Italy is perhaps the best destination of them all. Since the days of the Grand Tour and beyond, Italy has spell-bound tourists.

Rome is a singular capital city for its intoxicating blend of Ancient Roman buildings, Renaissance architecture and more modern constructions jumbled together. Be sure to visit the Vatican City, the smallest state in the world, surrounded on all sides by Rome.

Head north to visit Tuscany, home to Florence and Pisa; the region's idyllic hilly landscapes are breath-taking. The Amalfi south of Naples is probably the most popular stretch of coastline, with little square buildings tumbling down the sheer slopes towards the sea. Less attractive, Milan has ever been a beacon for fashion lovers and creative types.

With its varied landscapes, Italy offers much to the active tourist, with scenic paths through the legendary Cinque Terre or rugged routes on the island of Sicily. Head to the Alps for skiing, football fans will be pleased to know that every city has a sizeable stadium, with tickets easy to come by (at least compared to the likes of England).

Hidden gems

Although the main tourist attractions of Italy are popular for good reason, almost every town boasts a grand historic centre. It might be far from the beach and lack amazing scenery, but Bologna's old town is spectacular, as its food. Spaghetti Bolognese comes from the city known with good reason as La Grassa, 'the fatty', though be warned – its real name is tagliatelle al ragú.

It might not match the beauty of Tuscany, but the Marche region on the east coast boasts terrific beaches at Senigallia and Ancona, while the countryside harbours many treasures, not least Raphael's town of Urbino. For a completely different feel in culture and architecture, head to Puglia on the heel of Italy's boot.

Food & drink

Where to start with Italian food? Pasta and pizza are famous throughout the world, though first-time visitors might find the real thing rather different (pizza, for example, tends to be very thin, with varying shapes and focus on the quality of the bread). Each region is startlingly different. Parmigiano cheese and prosciutto crudo are synonymous with the Emilia Romagna, while rich seafood is common in the south. Sicily's centuries-long Arab rule shows up in desserts such as cannoli, as well as arancini, which are stuffed-and-fried rice balls. Wine is also cultivated with a passion across Italy.

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