Cheap Flights to Rome

What can I do in Rome? 

The list of things to do in Rome is staggering, as there are monuments from every important era in Western history. See the ancient Colosseum, where Romans would watch gladiators perform or visit the Roman Forum and the brilliantly preserved Pantheon. Then leap forward in time by visiting the Trevi Fountain. 

Make sure you spend a day in Vatican City. The independent state of the Roman Catholic Church houses some of the most spectacular architecture and artwork in the city, like in the Sistine Chapel. See the best of this city by checking out our guide on how to tour Rome.

What airlines fly to Rome?

When is the best time to book?

What are the visa requirements?

How long is the flight to Rome?

  • Adelaide to Rome – 23-24 hours
  • Brisbane to Rome – 24-25 hours
  • Melbourne to Rome – 23-24 hours
  • Perth to Rome – 19-20 hours
  • Sydney to Rome – 23-24 hours

When is the best time to visit Rome?

  • Visit in the shoulder seasons, when the days are between 15-21°C, and the crowds and accommodation prices aren’t as high as in summer.

What are the average costs in Rome?

  • A cappuccino in Rome costs approximately 1.25EUR ($1.90). 
  • The currency is in Euro (EUR).

What airport will I arrive at? 

How to get from the airport to town?

  • A taxi from Ciampino Airport into central Rome will typically cost 30-60EUR ($45-92).
  • A taxi fare from Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport into town will come to about 50-55EUR ($77-85).
  • Both airports have good public transportation links via rail or bus services.

Any useful tips?

  • Check the attractions online, as many offer tickets ahead of time, which can cut down waiting times drastically on the day. 

Please note that the information provided above is accurate as of October 2017

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