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London and Rome, from $1,063

This spring, you don’t have to spend a lot to spend a week in London and Rome, two of Europe’s most popular capitals.  Get airfare, hotel stays, breakfast daily and more, from $1,063.

The Real Deal: Multi-city airfare, arriving in London and departing from Rome, with a one-way connecting flight; three nights in London at the 61-room Garden View Hotel, near the Earl's Court tube station; three nights in Rome at the 34-room Scott House Hotel, near the Santa Maria Maggiore cathedral; breakfast daily; hotel taxes and fees; and fuel surcharges, from $1,063 per person—plus $339 in airport taxes and fees.

When: Through May 14.

Gateways: New York City; add $30 for Boston; $90 for Philadelphia; $130 for Chicago; $150 for Detroit; $160 for Minneapolis; $170 for Houston; $180 for Miami; $220 for Atlanta; $230 for Orlando; $260 for Seattle; $290 for D.C.; $340 for Dallas; $450 for L.A., San Francisco; $460 for Denver; additional gateway cities may be arranged if you book by phone.

The fine print: Airport taxes and fees cost an additional $339 per person. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $230. Airport transfers are not included in the package price. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.

Book by: April 19.

Contact: EuropeASAP, 415/750-5449,

Why it's a deal: In a recent Kayak search, we found a multi-city airfare (New York City to London, London to Rome, Rome to New York City) in mid-April for $802 (British Airways). For $600 more, this package covers the airfare, plus six nights' accommodations, six meals, and all taxes and fees.

More: Several hotel upgrades are available, starting from an additional $50 per person for the Bayswater Inn in London and the Giubileo Hotel in Rome. Extend your stay at London's Garden View Hotel for an additional $60 per person per night or at Rome's Scott House Hotel for an additional $60 per person per night, based on double occupancy.