Venice to Rome Flights
Selected fares from Venice to Rome
|Departure||Arrival||Travel dates||Round-trip fares|
|VCE||ROM||Mon, 30 Mar - Mon, 6 Apr||£90|
|VCE||ROM||Wed, 7 Jan - Fri, 9 Jan||£221|
|VCE||ROM||Wed, 8 Apr - Fri, 10 Apr||£240|
|VCE||ROM||Sun, 30 Nov - Sun, 14 Dec||£272|
|VCE||ROM||Wed, 29 Apr - Sun, 3 May||£274|
|VCE||ROM||Mon, 30 Mar - Mon, 6 Apr||£2,078|
|VCE||ROM||Mon, 30 Mar - Mon, 6 Apr||£2,085|
|VCE||ROM||Sat, 27 Jun - Tue, 30 Jun||£2,252|
|VCE||ROM||Mon, 30 Mar - Mon, 6 Apr||£2,294|
|VCE||ROM||Wed, 7 Jan - Fri, 9 Jan||£2,445|
Venice Marco Polo Airport
Venice is a world-class city that many holidaymakers enjoy each year. It is revered for its historic waterways, stunning architecture, and delicious food. Venice Marco Polo Airport is the main airport near Venice and is located just five miles north of the city centre. It is the fourth largest airport in Italy, with over eight million travellers passing through it each year. Major airlines that serve this airport include Air One, Alitalia, Aegean Airlines, Air Berlin, Air France, British Airways, and Delta Air Lines. Use ebookers to browse travel packages and secure discount flights to Venice.
Transportation from the Airport
Getting into Venice is a little tricky since it is surrounded by water. Once you arrive at the airport you can hire a water taxi after taking a courtesy shuttle to the water dock. Expect to pay from €40 to €70, depending on your exact destination. If you will be traveling around other parts of Italy, you can secure a rental car at the airport.
Weather in Venice
Venice generally has a temperate climate, making it a popular destination anytime during the year. The spring months average a high around fifteen degrees Celsius, while the summer months average high around twenty-five degrees Celsius. The summer time is the busiest travel season for Venice, and it can get very humid during this time. The fall months average high temperatures around twenty-one degrees Celsius, while the winter average is around eighteen degrees Celsius.
Major Attractions in Venice
Venice offers an abundance of attractions for visitors. Every visitor should take a tour of the Grand Canal, which is the main water thoroughfare in the city. It is lined with stunning Renaissance palaces that are a pleasure to view. Museum lovers should check out the Naval History Museum and the Arsenale di Venezia. Book your trip to Venice through ebookers to save time and money.
Rome Fiumicino Airport
Rome Fiumicino Airport, which is also known as Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, is the only international airport serving Rome. It is located about twenty-six miles south-west of the city and is a hub airport for Alitalia airlines. Search ebookers to find cheap flights to Rome and holiday packages that take the hassle out of planning your Italian holiday.
Transportation into Rome
The Leonardo Express, a direct train between the airport and Rome's city centre, is a popular and inexpensive way to get into town after your flight lands. Trains leave every thirty minutes, and the journey takes about a half hour. You can also opt to take the slower metropolitan train, which links up with the city's subway system, or catch a ride on one of the regular blue city buses or on the Terravision shuttle bus. Taxis are available outside the passenger terminals at the airport and cost a flat fee of forty euros for a ride to the city centre Rome. Six car rental companies also operate at the airport for passengers who prefer to drive themselves.
Weather in Rome
Summer highs in Rome average around 31°C, and lows average around 17°C. Winter highs usually stay in the low teens, while lows can drop to around 3°C. October and November offer pleasant weather, with average highs in the low 20s, but many businesses close during these months and rainfall is more prevalent than at other times of the year. Spring, which also has daytime highs in the 20s, is an ideal time to visit Rome.
The Pantheon and Coliseum are on the top of most travellers' lists when visiting Rome, but don't neglect to visit other ancient sites, such as the Roman baths and catacombs. Art lovers will want to check out the National Roman Museum, the National Gallery of Modern Art, and the Galleria Borghese. For many, a trip to Rome also wouldn't be complete without a stop at Trevi Fountain. Start your trip off right by booking your flight to Rome with ebookers.
Cheap flights from Venice to Rome
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Lowest roundtrip airfare in November from Venice to Rome
|Travel dates||Departure||Arrival||Stops:||Round-trip fares|
|Leave Sun, 30 Nov||Venice (VCE)||Rome (FCO)||Alitalia||
|Return Mon, 1 Dec||Rome (FCO)||Venice (VCE)||Alitalia|
Lowest roundtrip airfare in December from Venice to Rome
|Travel dates||Departure||Arrival||Stops:||Round-trip fares|
|Leave Wed, 31 Dec||Venice (VCE)||Rome (FCO)||Alitalia||
|Return Sun, 4 Jan||Rome (FCO)||Venice (VCE)||Alitalia|
Venice and Rome airports and terminals
Airports in Venice, IT
Marco Polo Airport (VCE)
Distance from City Center: 4.9 miles
Carriers for flights from VCE to ROM
Treviso airport (TSF)
Distance from City Center: 16.5 miles
Interesting facts about flights from Venice to Rome
- 8 direct flights are operating from Venice to Rome today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 1h 5m.
- Alitalia flight 1460 (01:50 GMT, Airbus Industrie A319) is today's earliest available flight from Venice to Rome.
- Alitalia flight 1480 (14:20 GMT, Airbus Industrie A318/A319/320/321) is today's latest available flight from Venice to Rome.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Venice to Rome (Alitalia flight 1480, Airbus Industrie A318/A319/320/321) takes 1h 0m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Venice to Rome (Alitalia flight 1466, Airbus Industrie A320) takes 1h 15m.
- Flights from Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Treviso airport (TSF) to Ciampino airport (CIA), Fiumicino airport (FCO) are available for this route.
Refunds/changes/cancellations: Itinerary changes, if permitted for the fare, will have a £25.00 / 45.00 Euro service fee charged by ebookers, plus any airline fare and tax increase that may be applicable.
Other conditions: Schedules, fares and rules are subject to change without notice. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights/dates or in all markets. Fares will not be honored retroactively or in exchange for any wholly/partially unused ticket. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. Fare rules are provided for the selected itinerary before booking.