Between its delectable blood oranges, irresistible pasta, and thousands of years of history, booking an Italian vacation isn't exactly a hard sell for most people -- especially when, this summer, flights to Rome are cheaper than ever. Fortunately for vacationers and frequent flyers alike, it seems that trend is set to continue, with Norwegian Air announcing today that that it will offer flights to Rome from the US for as low as $189.
This doesn't come as much surprise, given that Norwegian Air recently opened a hub in Rome's Fiumicino Airport. Emily Fisher of CheapFlights.com recently explained how this works to Thrillist: "A new airline will find a route and drop prices because they think they can make a name for themselves there. Then everyone else piles on. Low fares beget more low fares, and it becomes a kind of price war."