Norwegian is adding nonstop flights from Boston to Madrid and Rome in 2019

It may be time to check the Trevi Fountain off your bucket list.

25emptynest -  Iconic monuments, like the Colosseum in Rome, are a major draw for empty nestersÑand there will likely be a selfie involved. (Diane Bair for The Boston Globe)
The Colosseum in Rome. –Diane Bair for The Boston Globe

Do you dream of wandering around the Colosseum in Rome or the Royal Palace of Madrid? Norwegian is adding nonstop flights from Boston’s Logan Airport to both European cities in 2019, the company announced on Wednesday.

The service to Rome will begin on March 31, and the service to Madrid will start on May 2. Both new routes will operate for the summer season only.

Boston travelers heading to Rome will be able to choose from four flights per week. Fares will begin at $299.90 in economy and $779.90 in premium one way, according to a company statement. The service to Madrid will operate three times per week, with fares beginning at $199.90 in economy and $639.90 in premium one way.

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Norwegian currently operates nonstop flights from Boston to London and Paris.

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