I have been trying to find the best $ option to fly from the US to Europe. We will be staying in Italy (Verona) for 4-6 weeks June to July, but will me moving around and willing to fly in from somewhere other than Venice. We are starting from San Diego CA. Could anyone tell me if it is more cost effective to fly to New York and then book from NYC to Venice? Or should I stick to San Diego or even LAX straight to Italy? I even saw that there could be a potential layover in London. I thought about extending the layover a day or two to see a little of a different country. Is this a good idea? I can see that it could end up costing more but thought I would throw it out there. I'm trying to be creative and flexible but save $. If you could also share any Airlines that you would recommend that would be great. Thank you.
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