Cheap flights to Rome

Best Anytime fares to Rome

Cheap round-trip flights to Rome

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
Catania Rome Fri, 11 Mar - Sat, 12 Mar airline logo Iberia £57
Amsterdam Rome Thu, 7 Apr - Sun, 10 Apr airline logo easyJet £74
Birmingham Rome Sun, 6 Mar - Sun, 20 Mar airline logo Monarch Airlines £86
Manchester Rome Fri, 8 Apr - Mon, 11 Apr Aegean Airlines Aegean Airlines £145
Barcelona Rome Fri, 11 Mar - Wed, 16 Mar airline logo Ryanair £53
Venice Rome Thu, 10 Mar - Sun, 13 Mar AZ Alitalia £96
Birmingham Rome Sat, 27 Feb - Sun, 28 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £145
Athens Rome Thu, 17 Mar - Tue, 22 Mar airline logo Ryanair £40
Liverpool Rome Fri, 1 Apr - Sun, 3 Apr CSA Czech Airlines Czech Airlines £231
Geneva Rome Fri, 11 Mar - Sun, 13 Mar airline logo easyJet £68
Venice Rome Sun, 14 Feb - Wed, 17 Feb AZ Alitalia £90
Paris Rome Mon, 7 Mar - Sat, 12 Mar airline logo Ryanair £23
Liverpool Rome Sun, 3 Apr - Wed, 6 Apr Vueling Vueling £199
Catania Rome Sat, 26 Mar - Sat, 2 Apr airline logo Ryanair £35
Amsterdam Rome Thu, 31 Mar - Thu, 7 Apr Vueling Vueling £67
Manchester Rome Wed, 6 Apr - Wed, 13 Apr airline logo Ryanair £117
Athens Rome Sat, 12 Mar - Sun, 13 Mar airline logo Ryanair £47
Barcelona Rome Thu, 7 Apr - Mon, 11 Apr airline logo Ryanair £50
Helsinki Rome Thu, 11 Feb - Tue, 23 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £81
London Rome Wed, 2 Mar - Wed, 9 Mar airline logo Ryanair £49
Paris Rome Sat, 19 Mar - Mon, 21 Mar airline logo Ryanair £45
London Rome Thu, 10 Mar - Mon, 14 Mar airline logo Ryanair £67
Geneva Rome Mon, 29 Feb - Thu, 3 Mar airline logo easyJet £47
Helsinki Rome Fri, 12 Feb - Mon, 15 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £93
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Best weekend fares to Rome

Best weekend fares to Rome

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
Catania Rome Fri, 11 Mar - Sat, 12 Mar airline logo Iberia £57
Amsterdam Rome Thu, 7 Apr - Sun, 10 Apr airline logo easyJet £74
Manchester Rome Fri, 8 Apr - Mon, 11 Apr Aegean Airlines Aegean Airlines £145
Athens Rome Sat, 12 Mar - Sun, 13 Mar airline logo Ryanair £47
Venice Rome Thu, 10 Mar - Sun, 13 Mar AZ Alitalia £96
Birmingham Rome Sat, 27 Feb - Sun, 28 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £145
Barcelona Rome Thu, 7 Apr - Mon, 11 Apr airline logo Ryanair £50
Liverpool Rome Fri, 1 Apr - Sun, 3 Apr CSA Czech Airlines Czech Airlines £231
Geneva Rome Fri, 11 Mar - Sun, 13 Mar airline logo easyJet £68
Paris Rome Sat, 19 Mar - Mon, 21 Mar airline logo Ryanair £45
London Rome Thu, 10 Mar - Mon, 14 Mar airline logo Ryanair £67
Helsinki Rome Fri, 12 Feb - Mon, 15 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £93
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Rome flights for your dream trip to the Eternal City

If you’ve been to Rome, you know that the Eternal City is always worth revisiting and you’ll always find something new. If you’ve never been, what are you waiting for? Now is a good time to think about flights to Rome to see some of Europe’s most famous cultural highlights. You could choose to travel in luxury for that special occasion, or perhaps business class, but if you’re looking for cheap flights to Rome, start with ebookers. You’ll fly to Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) airport, 35 kilometres from the centre, or Ciampino airport, 15 kilometres from the centre. Both are well-served with railway links.

A city break to remember with your flights to Rome

For a fairly expensive but luxurious experience, head for the exclusive Via Veneto district. Or, if you want to stay somewhere both cheap and central, the Termini area around the main train station is hard to beat. It’s full of traditional independent hotels and transport around the city is easy. You’re in the perfect place to begin your sightseeing trips! History lovers won’t want to miss the Colosseum, the glorious Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica. For a break, the Piazza Navona is full of cafes where you can sit and watch the world go by, and the area is great for shopping too. Naturally, Rome is full of world-class restaurants, and these tend to cluster around the Vittoria area. For reasonably priced Italian food, try the Monteverde Nuovo district, where you’re sure to find pasta and pizza that’s easy on the budget. Rome is not the rowdiest city in the world, but for buzzing nightlife, head for the Piazza Trilussa in the Trastevere area where you’ll find some lively bars and clubs.

You get more than flights to Rome with ebookers

Check out the best times of year for cheap flights to Rome with ebookers. You may be surprised that August can be quite economical, as well as November, December (apart from Christmas), January and February. As well as flights to Rome, you can make your own package of hotel, car and flight, or any combination that suits your own particular travel plans. Start planning that trip now with ebookers!

Rome When to Go

Rome is thronged with vacationers strolling through the city’s requisite tourism attractions for the entire summer. A full slate of summer festivals and outdoor concerts keeps it alive despite the blazing temperatures. The oppressive heat and overcrowded streets finally get to the locals in August, when the city’s residents empty out and head to Italy’s beaches. Visitors during this time are often left wondering if any Italians actually live there. Though the city is trying to put more on offer during this stretch, be prepared for closed restaurants and shuttered storefronts.

Spring and fall are the best times to be in Rome if you can make it work. The weather is more agreeable, the crowds are not as intense, and there’s still plenty to see and do. The Festa della Primavera (Spring Festival) helps throw off the chains of winter, and a string of activities follows, including Settimana Santa and Pasqua (Holy Week and Easter); Cultural Heritage Week, during which admission to many of the city’s public museums and monuments is free; and Natale di Roma, the city’s birthday party. October’s International Film Festival is an exciting time for the city, but keep in mind that October and November are also the rainy months.

Though typically mild, winter can also get pretty cold. You can walk up and sightsee even at the major attractions without waiting in line and dine at virtually any restaurant without a reservation. Though most places remain open during this period, some will have off-season hours and business owners will take a winter break at some point. The Christmas season is important to Italians, and it can be a fun time to check out the city’s activities. This is, after all, the city where Christmas originated. The first Christmas mass is thought to have been celebrated at the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, which now showcases one of the oldest nativity scenes in the world.