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Italy is a top travel destination visited by millions of tourists each year. The well-preserved history accompanied by art, beautiful landscape and of course the delicious culinary culture makes it a must-see place! During your trip, you will taste the best ice creams and pizzas in the world! The most famous Italian cities are only within short reach, thanks to availability of convenient flight tickets.


Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, Rome Fiumicino Airport, Milan/Bergamo Airport and Venice Airport are among the most popular airports in Italy that welcome flights from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. After taking these flights, it is possible to reach incredible Italian cities by taking one of the public transportation options in the country.

Transportation to/from Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport

Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport is located at a central location, and it is possible to use trains and buses as public transport to reach Bologna city centre. Marconi Express, a monorail train, is an express train line that operates between the airport and Bologna city centre. The train runs from 05:40 a.m. until midnight, and more information about this express train can be found here. There are also different bus options to reach Bologna city centre, Ferrara, Firenze, Modena, or Rimini from Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport. More information about the bus lines that depart from Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport can be found here.

Transportation to/from Rome Fiumicino Airport

The most convenient way to travel from Rome Fiumicino Airport to Rome city centre is to take the metro line that operates on this route. Two metro lines, line A in orange colour and line B in blue colour, can be used. If you would like to know more details about the metro line in Rome Fiumicino Airport, you can check out this website.

Transportation to/from Venice Airport

Transportation to/from Venice Airport comes with two options: buses and boats. ACTV Line 5 and ATVO Air Terminal lines connect the airport with Venice city centre. The prices and schedules of these buses in Venice can be found here. In addition to buses, Vaporetto, a type of boat, is also preferred to reach Venice city centre by water. More information about Vaporetto prices, schedules, and routes can be found here.

Transportation to/from Milan/Bergamo Airport

Transportation to/from Milan/Bergamo Airport is easy thanks to advanced public transportation lines that cover the entire city. One of the most convenient ways to travel between the airport and the city centre is to take the train lines and you can find more information about the schedule from here.In addition to the train option, there are different bus companies which you can find here, operating between Milan city centre and Milan/Bergamo Airport.

Public Transport

Public transport across Italy is highly advanced, and travellers can easily commute to major cities. Rome has an extensive metro line. Further, suburban trains are highly common in Italian cities, which connect the city's periphery to the city centre.

There is a tourist travel card in Italy called the Eurail Italy Pass. The Eurail Italy Pass is valid on all trains across the country, enabling travellers to use a single card to visit different cities. You can have a look at the prices and terms of this travel card on the official website.

Transportation Between Cities in Italy

The primary mode of transportation between cities in Italy is the train. Trenitalia, the main train operator in Italy, is prefered by both locals and tourists. It is possible to check train schedules and prices and book a seat from the official website. You can take the train after your flight to Rome to visit Pompeii which is one of the most important touristic attractions in Italy. You can also take a train from Rome to Venice and visit one of the most romantic cities around the world. Also, domestic flights in Italy are commonly preferred to travel between Milan and Napoli.

Where to Stay in Italy?

As Italy is visited by many tourists from all over the world, there are always many accommodation selections in each Italian city. The availability of different options ranging from boutique hotels to rental apartments as well as bed and breakfasts make finding an accommodation quite easy. However, as you may imagine prices can differ depending on the area, you’re interested in staying. The city center can get more expensive and crowded, whether you are visiting Milan, Venice, Rome or Florence.

If you would like to have our assistance to help you organize your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.



Top things to do in Italy

Italy takes its visitors to a unique journey back in time. The history is preserved with great attention no matter where you go in Italy. There are many amazing places to see and feel, as some of them listed below:  

  • Go to Milan Cathedral: Also referred as Duomo di Milano, Milan Cathedral is the most famous church of Milan. It is renowned as the biggest church in Italy with its magnificent Gothic architecture. Milan Cathedral is at the top place on visitors’ itinerary. For more suggestions on must-see places in the capital city of fashion, have a look at our Milan Travel Guide.  
  • Take a Canal Cruise in Venice: Probably one of the most romantic European cities, Venice is founded completely on water. Grand Canal is the hot spot of the city, where famous Rialto Bridge is situated. Gondolas, vaporetti and water taxis are used for transportation in Venice. You shouldn’t miss the opportunity of taking a gondola ride along the canals to enjoy the dreamy atmosphere once in Venice. There are a number of festivals and special occasions such as Venice Biennale when the city becomes overloaded with art lovers.
  • Marco Square: St. Marco Square is the most popular place in Venice, without any doubt. It is also where the gorgeous Basilica of St. Marco is situated, hence attracting many visitors. Since Venice is a relatively small city and you can discover most places on foot, you can make sure that all roads will lead you to St. Marco Square. Don’t forget to read our Venice Travel Guide for more tips on places to visit.
  • See Asinelli Tower: Bologna is a very important city located in Emiglia-Romagna region. The red bricked architectural layout gives a unique characteristic to the city. Asinelli Tower is among the most famous medieval structures at the very heart of the city center. Garisenda Tower which situated right next to Asinelli Tower are called “le Due Torri” and constitute the very  symbol of the city of Bologna. You shouldn’t leave before trying spaghetti with delicious Bolognese sauce which is a must when visiting Bologna. You can check our Bologna Travel Guide for more suggestions on things to do in this historical city.
  • Visit Colosseum: Probably one of the most renowned architectural works of ancient Roman Empire, Colosseum draws visitors from all around the world. It was used to be the main amphitheater of the Roman period, where gladiators were engaging in fights. Today, it is open to visits along with the Roman Forum that is situated right next to it.
  • Throw a coin in Trevi Fountain: Also regarded as the fountain of love, Trevi Fountain is founded at the intersection of three roads that lead the way to this famous tourist attraction. It has become a famous place where visitors toss coins into the fountain to make a wish. Presumably, this small gesture ensures that you will be back to Rome one day. Make sure to have a look at the Rome Travel Guide to learn more about places to visit in the dreamy Italian capital.

  You can also read through our Italy Travel Guide to discover all the hidden places in this beautiful country.

Car Rental in Italy

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Italy for business or leisure.


Airports in Italy

Pegasus Airlines provides flights to below mentioned airports in Italy:  

  • Milan Bergamo Airport

Bergamo Airport is situated about 45 km away from Milan city center. A number of shuttle buses as well as trains ride between the city center and airport within almost an hour.  

  • Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport is the prominent transport hub that connects Venice with the rest of the world. The airport is endowed with all the facilities that ensures the comfort of its passengers. It is within easy reach from the mainland through either train that goes to Mestre Train Station or by bus. Different bus companies (ATVO or ACTV) go to Piazzale Roma. There are also motorboats that link the airport to Venice, Murano as well as Lido through the private company Alilaguna.  

  • Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport

Guglielmo Marconi Airport is situated only 6 km away from Bologna city center. You can get to the city center within about 20 minutes through shuttle buses that provide efficient service. Public buses or regional trains may be alternative ways to reach Bologna.  

  • Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport:

Fiumicino Airport is the international transport hub of Rome, which is visited by thousands of tourists from all around the world. Therefore, there are many options that enable easy access to the city center including nighttime transport. A number of shuttle buses owned by different companies depart from the arrival’s hall of Terminal 2 where regional bus station is situated. Further information on each company’s schedule and ticket costs can be reached online. Local trains would be another option to get to Termini railway station from which you can make transfers to your desired destination.

Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.  

Things to Know Before Visiting Italy


  • Beware that Italy is flooded with tourists especially during the high season.
  • Milan, Venice, Rome and Florence are among the most popular cities in the country.
  • Therefore, make sure to pre-book your tickets online for museums or historical sights.
  • Also, entrance to museums and archeological sites that are regulated by the state are free on each first sunday of the month.

Essential Numbers

Please find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in Italy.

Country code: +39

Milan area code: 02

Milan Bergamo Airport: 035 326323

Venice area code: 041

Venice Marco Polo Airport: 041 260 9260

Bologna area code: 51

Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport: 051 647 9615

Rome area code: 06

Rome Fiumicino Airport: 06 65951

Emergency Number: 113


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