Flights to Rome

Best Anytime fares to Rome

Cheap round-trip flights to Rome

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip
New York Rome Tue, Sep 1 - Wed, Sep 30 airline logo Aeroflot Russian Airlines $811
Chicago Rome Mon, Aug 31 - Thu, Sep 10 Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines $861
Boston Rome Tue, Aug 25 - Wed, Sep 9 Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines $847
Newark Rome Wed, Sep 2 - Mon, Sep 14 airline logo SAS Scandinavian Airlines $958
Los Angeles Rome Wed, Sep 2 - Wed, Sep 23 airline logo Aeroflot Russian Airlines $986
San Francisco Rome Wed, Sep 2 - Wed, Sep 23 Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines $1,259
Washington DC Rome Mon, Aug 31 - Wed, Sep 2 airline logo Aeroflot Russian Airlines $871
Miami Rome Tue, Sep 1 - Mon, Sep 7 Air Berlin airberlin $958
London Rome Wed, Sep 2 - Mon, Sep 7 airline logo Iberia $166
Paris Rome Sat, Jul 18 - Tue, Jul 21 airline logo SWISS $177
Denver Rome Wed, Sep 2 - Wed, Sep 9 airline logo Air Canada $1,494
Seattle Rome Mon, Aug 24 - Wed, Sep 23 airline logo Air Canada $1,453
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Best weekend fares to Rome

Best weekend fares to Rome

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip
New York Rome Sat, Jul 11 - Sun, Jul 12 Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines $1,003
Chicago Rome Fri, Aug 7 - Sun, Aug 9 airline logo SAS Scandinavian Airlines $1,218
Boston Rome Thu, Jul 9 - Mon, Jul 13 Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines $1,447
Newark Rome Fri, Jul 24 - Sun, Jul 26 airline logo Lufthansa $797
Los Angeles Rome Sat, Jul 11 - Mon, Jul 13 airline logo American Airlines $2,092
San Francisco Rome Fri, Aug 28 - Sun, Aug 30 Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines $1,649
Washington DC Rome Sat, Jul 11 - Sun, Jul 12 airline logo Aeroflot Russian Airlines $1,422
Miami Rome Fri, Jul 24 - Sun, Jul 26 airline logo British Airways $1,623
London Rome Thu, Jul 16 - Mon, Jul 20 airline logo Lufthansa $262
Paris Rome Fri, Jul 17 - Sun, Jul 19 airline logo Lufthansa $194
Denver Rome Sat, Jul 11 - Sat, Jul 18 Multiple Airlines Check rates
Seattle Rome Sat, Jul 11 - Sat, Jul 18 Multiple Airlines Check rates
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International flights to Rome land at Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO), as do Rome flights from major European carriers. The airport is known as a hub for Alitalia, and is only 16 miles from Rome with transportation to the city by the Fiumicino Aeroporto railway, bus services, and numerous car rentals. Visitors can get their first taste of authentic Italian food in restaurants and shops within the airport. If you have a layover, you will find plenty to see with 130 shops throughout the airport. Also taking Rome flights is Rome Airport ADR, which services incoming flights from smaller European carriers. Between the two airports, they bring in about 38 million passengers a year from 150 locations with 160 airlines between them.

Rome Weather

The summers in Rome are hot and dry while winters are chilly and wet. The best seasons to look for flights to Rome are in the spring and autumn with spring being thebest choice for mild weather and cool evenings. For those looking for a deal, cheap flights will be found easiest in the off-season, when hotels don't fill-up as quickly. Winter can be an optimal time for deals on a low fare when looking for flights to this Mediterranean climate where even the winters are above-freezing.

Getting Around Rome

Once flights to Rome arrive, several options can get any adventurer directly to this city's historic interior. You can take a train, bus, taxi, or rental car to take you to your destination. Once you are in Rome, you will appreciate the integrated services of public transit such as the metro, buses, or trams, which all share the same ticketing service. The two lines (A and B) of the underground Metro system go around the historic city centre, forming an "X". If you are sightseeing, the easiest transportation might be the hop on/hop off tour buses which swarm every historic plaza of fabled Rome. Taxis are another option; however, it might be hard to get one off the street so utilize the cars lined-up at your hotel.

Rome Attractions

For a city steeped in history, you will find plenty to entertain you with stories from the past. You will also discover plenty about the present in Rome to enjoy, including shops, restaurants, and gardens. Rome is a combination of the ancient and the modern to please every kind of visitor.

  • The Colosseum, the iconic amphitheater dated from the first century
  • Gardens of the Villa Borghese, Rome's central park with pony rides and shade trees for a quiet break in a busy city
  • The Pantheon, a temple built in the second century that is used as a church today
  • La GattaMangiona, a rustic Italian restaurant where you can enjoy a taste of authentic pizza
  • The Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, the site of Michelangelo's famous painting on the ceiling
  • 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. 

  

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Airports in Rome , IT

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    Fiumicino Airport (FCO)

    Distance from City Center: 14.7 miles