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Top Deals on Flights to Australia

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Rome (ROM) - Sydney (SYD)

Departure 17/03/2020
Return 04/05/2020
From920

Rome (ROM) - Melbourne (MEL)

Departure 20/04/2020
Return 08/05/2020
From848

Milan (MIL) - Melbourne (MEL)

Departure 21/05/2020
Return 12/06/2020
From926

Milan (MXP) - Melbourne (MEL)

Departure 04/04/2020
Return 14/04/2020
From1,030

Rome (FCO) - Sydney (SYD)

Departure 01/03/2020
Return 08/03/2020
From944

Verona (VRN) - Sydney (SYD)

Departure 06/04/2020
Return 22/04/2020
From1,348

Zurich (ZRH) - Sydney (SYD)

Departure 20/03/2020
Return 17/04/2020
From1,976

Traveling to Australia

Australia is amongst the world’s most popular destinations thanks to its incredible diversity. From world-class diving and surfing along the coast, to climbing, hiking and camping in the outback, there is plenty for nature lovers to enjoy, while the energetic modern cities of Sydney and Melbourne provide a fix for thrill-seeking urban explorers. Get great deals on repeat flights to Australia with Alitalia’s MilleMiglia program, allowing customers to accrue miles from travel that can be cashed in for future tickets and access to Exclusive Clubs.

Worldly wonders

Traveling to Australia allows you to explore the vibrant and colorful underwater recesses of the Great Barrier Reef, or witness the sun’s radiant glow upon the back of divine Uluru. Delve into the verdant and vital reaches of the Gondwana Rainforests, or simply lounge upon picturesque white-sand beaches. You can experience the continent’s most exciting nightlife touring the laneway bars of Melbourne, or stand in awe before the architectural masterpiece that is the Sydney Opera House.

Words to the wise

Surfers, divers and beachgoers should book their tickets to Australia with Alitalia for the region’s summer season between November and March. Local winters are very mild and a great time to dodge tourist crowds.