Flights to Rome

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Last minute flights to Rome

Departure Wed, 24 Jan Return Wed, 31 Jan
STN London
CIA Rome
return from £34
Departure Sun, 28 Jan Return Wed, 31 Jan
BHX Birmingham
FCO Rome
return from £138
Departure Sun, 21 Jan Return Fri, 26 Jan
LPL Liverpool
FCO Rome
return from £34
Departure Sun, 28 Jan Return Mon, 29 Jan
EDI Edinburgh
CIA Rome
return from £95
Popular flight routes to Rome
London - Rome
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Birmingham - Rome
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Manchester - Rome
return from £68
Edinburgh - Rome
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Tel Aviv - Rome
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Paris - Rome
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Trips to Rome

Rome travel

The novelty of the city of Rome is exposed to all - both the old and new generation. This capital city of Italy encompasses a history spanning more than 2,500 years with a population of 4.3 million people. Displayed across the media every now and then, the city is said to be one of the world's most photogenic regions. Trips to Rome, therefore, create an ideal opportunity for the ever-flowing visitors coming to explore the city with their own eyes. A Roman holiday is a perfect idea for taking in the open-air museum, or simply lazing around - there is an unmatched fascination for both of them.

Things to do and places to see in Rome

The days shall go on and the list of attractions in this historical city will not end. Offering visitors much more than they can take in a single trip, make sure you avail more than one flight to Rome to experience the real depth of pleasure. This city negates the idea of needing to travel the whole world to breach the height of thrills - a couple of trips to Rome and you shall find enough to last yourself a lifetime. Ranked the 14th most-visited city in the world, Rome enjoys a number of classic attractions for tourists, such as the Vatican Museums and the Colosseum. From epic Roman cuisine to Trevi Fountain and wine bars, visitors will spend many an hour raving about their Roman holidays.

Once in the Rome city, be sure to:

  • Spend ample time at the Great Squares (Piazze)
  • Pay visits to the many Roman basilicas and churches
  • Explore the corporate heart of Rome, Roman Forum
  • Visit the "temple to all gods," the Pantheon
  • See the awe-inspiring Vatican Museums
  • Climb to the top stair of the Sistine Chapel
  • Not miss out on the beautiful Trevi Fountain
  • Try out the sea-food at sea food restaurants
  • Taste the Roman nightlife along the Trastevere area
  • Attend one of the theatrical nights at the breath-taking Baths of Caracalla

Rome airports

The capital of Italy is open to all classes and most of the visitors prefer to travel to this iconic city by air. There are two major airports in the city; Leonardo da Vinci Airport which operates the major airlines, and the Ciampino Airport operating the budget airlines as a secondary airport, hence tending to the crowd with cheap flights to Rome throughout the years.

  • Leonardo da Vinci Airport

    Top airlines

    This airport operates the major, international group of airlines including Aer Lingus and Aegean Airlines.


    It is located 16 miles from the Rome city centre.

    Transport options

    Going straight to this airport is the Leonardo Express, which is a direct train service from the centre to the airport. There are also taxi services available to ease the journey, with low fares.

  • Ciampino Airport

    Top airlines

    Operating the budget airlines, these include: Ryanair and easyJet.


    It is located 12km southeast of the main city.

    Transport options

    The Leonardo Express fetches passengers to this airport, but to a farther platform. You must follow the platform until you spot the moving ramp labelled 'M' for Metro.

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