Cheap Flights to Rome (ROM)

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The lowest prices found within the past 7 days to Rome were £32 for one-way flights and £57 for return flights, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Frequently Asked Questions

❓ How much does it cost to fly to Rome?

✔️ The price of roundtrip flights to Rome ranges from £57 to £144. Travelers looking to book a one-way ticket to Rome can find fantastic flights for as little as £32. Bargain-hunters take note: March is the best month to nab a cheap flight to Rome.

❓ What are the cheapest days to book a flight?

✔️ This one is easy to remember:Ticket Thursdays. We found that tickets booked on a Thursday resulted in the best deal on average in 2021. However, Fridays can be the worst days to purchase plane tickets, as it was the day with the highest average ticket price based on flight demand on ebookers in 2021.

❓ What are the cheapest days to fly?

✔️ When analysing flight demand on ebookers in 2021, Friday turned out to be the cheapest day to fly, with Tuesday as a close second. That's definitely something to consider when booking your next trip! Thinking of traveling mid-week? It turns out that Wednesdays generally had the most expensive airline tickets, so keep this in mind when planning for your next trip.

❓ How do I find the cheapest flight to Rome?

✔️ The price of flights to Rome can vary greatly, depending on a number of factors. Bagging a cheap flight to Rome is easier if you have some flexibility with your departure and arrival dates, while your selection of airports and airlines can also impact ticket prices. To find the best deals, try changing your search criteria to accommodate alternate dates and terminals. ebookers offers big discounts, a huge selection of airlines, and an easy-to-use booking platform, making it easy to find the perfect flight to Rome, no matter whether you’re traveling for business, looking for a quick getaway or planning a family vacation. So, window or aisle?

❓ What are the top airlines that fly to Rome?

✔️ If you’re looking to book a flight to Rome, you’ll discover a number of great airlines to choose from, including easyJet, Vueling Airlines, British Airways, ITA Airways, Jet2, Eurowings, TAP Portugal, Swiss International Air Lines. ebookers makes it easy to compare flights to see which airline best suits your needs, ensuring that you can stretch your dollar further and get the most out of your time in the sky.

❓ Can I cancel my flight to Rome with ebookers?

✔️ We get it: life happens, plans change, and you need to change with them. If you need to change or cancel your flight to Rome, you can reach out to ebookers through the customer service portal, where you’ll also find useful trip-related help covering everything from flights and rental cars to activities and hotels.

❓ How do i search for a flexible flight to Rome?

✔️ To get the most out of ebookers flexible flights option, use the drop-down menu on the ‘Flights’ page. This menu can be found by clicking on the ‘Advanced options’ button. From here, you can customize your search parameters to find your perfect flight. After searching for your flight, you can also compare prices on surrounding dates by clicking on the ‘Show flexible dates’ link at the top of your search results.

Travel to Rome, Italy

Known as "The Eternal City", Rome is the true heart of Italy. The city has a rich and vibrant history, beautiful architecture and some of the best food in the country. Get started on your journey by searching ebookers for budget flights to Rome and affordable hotel rooms and rental cars.

Arriving in Rome

The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, also known as the Fiumicino airport, is the area's primary airport, serving both international and domestic flights. It is located less than 20 miles southwest of downtown Rome in the coastal city of Fiumicino. The airport is serviced by more than 150 airlines that come in from all over the world. The G.B. Pastine International Airport, also known as the Ciampino airport, is located less than 8 miles southeast of the city centre. The Ciampino airport is much smaller and quieter than Fiumicino, but it mainly hosts charter flights and flights on low-cost budget airlines.

Getting to the City

Once you land in Rome, you will find it fairly easy to get into the city. From the Fiumicino airport, you can take the Terravision, SIT or Alitalia bus into the downtown area, or the Leonardo Express or FR1 local train. Expect to pay between $5 and $18, depending on which bus or train you choose. There are always plenty of taxis at the airport that charge a flat rate of $50 from the airport to anywhere within Rome's walls. From Ciampino, you can take the Terravision, SIT or local bus or the Rome Metro for a rate of $5 or less. Cab fare is a flat rate of roughly $38 into the city. Private cars are available with advance reservations, and they will cost between $75 and $115, depending on which airport you are coming from. You can rent a car at either airport as long as you have a valid driver's license, but it is still a good idea to make arrangements beforehand for an International Driver's License that you can use during your stay.

The Weather in Rome

Rome's weather can be very cold in the winter months, with temperatures as low as 2°C. Summertime temperatures can soar as high as 32°C. Spring and fall are the best months to visit Rome, but you should still pack clothing that you can layer so that you're ready for any type of weather. During the colder winter months, be sure to pack a heavy jacket to keep you warm in the cool morning air. No matter what season, Rome's weather can be fickle, so mark your planner and be sure to check the forecast the week before you plan to travel.

Must-See Rome Attractions

When in Rome, do as the Romans do, and that means indulging in hearty Italian cuisine. Instead of eating at your hotel's dining room, head out into Rome's delightful neighbourhoods to try some very authentic foods. Make sure that you tour the Pantheon, get a feel for the area's history in the Roman Forum, snap some photos of Vatican City and pretend you're a gladiator at the Coliseum. For some quiet time, stroll down the car-free cobblestone streets of the Trastevere neighbourhood, making sure to stop at one of the many little cafes, or spend an afternoon at the Campo dei Fiori markets. As the sun goes down, head over to the Trevi Fountain for some true Italian ambiance.

A Place to Come Back To

Once you visit Rome, you will want to go back again and again. There is so much to see in the city and the surrounding areas, that it may take a few visits before you get through even part of your must-see list. When you're ready to return to The Eternal City, be sure to use ebookers to find flights to Rome that fit in your timeframe and your budget.

Rome Flight Information

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easyJet, Vueling Airlines, British Airways, ITA Airways, Jet2, Eurowings, TAP Portugal, Swiss International Air Lines
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Destination airport
Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl.
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Which Airlines Fly To Rome?

easyJet, Vueling Airlines, British Airways, ITA Airways, Jet2, Eurowings, TAP Portugal, Swiss International Air Lines

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. 

Need a Car After Your Flight?

*Savings based on all holiday package bookings with Flight + Hotel on from January 2017 to December 2017, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.

Fare, taxes & fees: Fares were found on and are updated daily. They include all taxes and fees, except baggage fees.

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.