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Friday, October 28th 2016

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Toronto to Paris, and then Rome to Toronto - $565 CAD roundtrip including taxes | non-stop both ways

Paris and Rome

A great price on an open jaw flight from Toronto to Paris, and then Rome to Toronto, for just $565 CAD roundtrip including taxes, and non-stop both ways.

The flights involve using a combination of Air France and Alitalia.

How to find and book these flights

1. Go to FlightHub.com and click on 'Multiple City'

2. For the first leg of the journey, enter:

From: Toronto (YYZ)
To: Paris (CDG)

3. For the second leg of the journey, enter:

From: Rome (FCO)
To: Toronto (YYZ)

4. Now you need to enter a departure date for each leg of the journey.

The following date combinations have been found to work so far:
(more will be added if they are discovered)


Oct 13 to 22 - $615
Nov 3 to 12 - $588
Nov 11 to 19 - $565
Nov 24 to Dec 3 - $588
Dec 7 to 17 - $588
Dec 30 to Jan 10 - $565 -- New Year's Eve!


Jan 12 to 21 - $588
Feb 9 to 18 - $588 -- Valentine's
Mar 1 to 10 - $565
Apr 5 to 14 - $588
May 4 to 19 $607 - 1 stop on the way back

(quite a few other date combinations throughout 2015 and 2016 in the low to mid $600s, up to about the end of June in 2016)

So, for example, if you used May 4 to 19, the search box on FlightHub would end up looking like this:

Important: Click on 'Remove segment' before hitting the Search Flights button. FlightHub will give you an error if you don't.

Here's a screenshot of the result on the booking page:

NOTE: These can also be booked through Expedia.ca for $11 more. You basically just need to do a very similar type of search, by first clicking on 'Multiple Destinations' when you get to Expedia.

How to get from Paris to Rome?

Flying from Paris to Rome can cost as little as $29 with RyanAir. For example, if you fly from BVA airport in Paris to CIA airport in Rome. Note that these are both secondary airports.

Using easyJet or Vueling, it usually costs somewhere between $50 and $80. ORY airport in Paris to FCO airport in Rome is a common route to find cheaper flights.

Update 1 - Aug 13 @ 1:08 PM EST - Toronto to *just* Rome for $567 CAD roundtrip including taxes

If you're not interested in Paris, there are now some regular roundtrip flights to Rome for $567 CAD roundtrip flights.

Try searching for similar dates as shown above for the Paris/Rome flight, but enter them at RedTag (click on the 'Flights' tab once you get there). (Note: There are also many more date combinations available)

Here's a screenshot from RedTag for a Mar 2 to Mar 10, 2016 flight - from Toronto to Rome, Italy (FCO) for $567 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights on the way to Rome are with Air France and have 1 stop. The flights on the way back from Rome are with Alitalia and are non-stop.

Where to stay in Paris or Rome?

The following AirBNB links will lead you to some great deals on places to stay in Paris or Rome for under $100 CAD per night for 2 guests.

AirBNB Paris, France - 1000+ listings for under $100 CAD/night

AirBNB Rome, Italy - 1000+ listings for under $100 CAD/night

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17 Responses to "Toronto to Paris, and then Rome to Toronto - $565 CAD roundtrip including taxes | non-stop both ways"

    Has Jessica been here?
       Jessica on August 11th, 2015

    Great Deal!

    Only thing is getting to Rome from Paris is still a problem for me. With Ryanair you can fly between the cities for as little as 30$ (rare-- average i've seen is 50-75) but that's if you don't have any luggage with you. If you want to board with 15kg of luggage that's an additional 41 CAD or 20kg of luggage thats 56 CAD. With that said it would still be a $100-150 flight but Ryanair I heard tries to squeeze any fee they can from you.

    Has Mike been here?
       Mike on August 12th, 2015

    The Dec 30 - Jan 10 option doesn't seem to work for me. Anyone else having any luck?

    Has Alexis been here?
       Alexis on August 12th, 2015

    Wouldn't be surprised if those dates sold out first Mike!

    Has Gal been here?
       Gal on August 12th, 2015

    Dec 30-10 the tickets are still available, but not too many (based on seating availability) and the cost is $601 per person

    Has Sabrina been here?
       Sabrina on August 12th, 2015

    Booked two tickets to Paris for Dec. 7 returning from Rome on Dec. 17 price is $585. Hopefully I get lucky with the flights to Rome!

    Has Ankur been here?
       Ankur on August 19th, 2015

    Nov 3 - Nov 12 is down to $498 now!!!!

    Has James been here?
       James on August 19th, 2015


    I can't find any deal in above dates. Can someone help??

    Has daniel been here?
       daniel on August 19th, 2015

    Do you guys put your money as usd or cad??

    Has Patrick been here?
       Patrick on August 20th, 2015

    Expedia is still listing em at those prices for Dec 30- Jan 10, but keeps price adjusting when you confirm up to about 800. Travelhub is listing them at around 800 bucks. Looks like I was too slow.

    Has Patrick been here?
       Patrick on August 20th, 2015

    Not getting any luck on the other timeslots either...

    Has Amy been here?
       Amy on August 20th, 2015

    Booked Nov 5-22 for 2 adults for $1,227.88 CAD. The price said $565 when I was booking but once I got to the final window, the price went up to 1227.88. The prices change every couple of minutes so keep checking back (and deleting your browser history) to get the best price!

    Has Amy been here?
       Amy on August 20th, 2015

    Correction to the above comment:

    *565 EACH (then went up to $1227.88 for two adults)

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on August 20th, 2015

    Some of these are probably being affected by the current price data error coming from SkyTeam (KLM, Delta, etc). They've been popping up from all across North America, and are affecting prices on a number of websites.

    While these particular Paris & Rome flights were definitely bookable, this recent mass price error is resulting in prices to a large variety of European destinations that are not actually bookable, anywhere.

    Has Ankur been here?
       Ankur on August 20th, 2015

    I still see Nov 3 - Nov 12 down to $486 today!!!! and I went all the way till the confirmation page. On Flighthub.com

    Has Ankur been here?
       Ankur on August 20th, 2015

    ok......my bad...I was looking at USD. in CAD its $635. Our currency has done down a lot recently!!

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on August 21st, 2015

    Yes, one needs to look *very* closely these days at what currency a site is displaying prices in. $635 USD = over $850 CAD

    It can make prices look much more attractive than they really are.

    Has Chris been here?
       Chris on August 29th, 2015

    Chris, this is a Canadian website. Therefore the prices are in CAD$. What one needs to look very closley at is these prices were published on August 11. Airline prices change.

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