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Fares from $153 One Way, $359 Round Trip from Boston to Rome

Prices starting at $359 for return flights and $153 for one-way flights to Rome were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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More About Flying To Rome from Boston

Flights from Boston to Rome - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Boston to Rome?

Yes, if you're heading from Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) to Rome (FCO-Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl.), you'll only have one flight number to remember. There are 3 airlines offering direct services to choose from. Some of the best are:

  • Alitalia
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • Delta Air Lines
What is the shortest flight from Boston to Rome?

The shortest flight from Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) to Rome (FCO-Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl.) is 7 hours and 45 minutes. Slip a few things into your hand luggage to keep you entertained, like a gripping read or a sketch pad.

What airlines have the most flights from Boston to Rome?

Try Alitalia (AZ). This airline offers some of the most frequent flights from Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) to Rome (FCO-Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl.). It operates 24 services on this route each month and is a favorite with passengers. Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY) also flies from Boston to Rome. It's another reliable choice and offers 10 flights each month.

Route Information for Flights from Boston to Rome

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Destination Airport IATA CodeROM
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Flights Review

Oct 15, 2019

Staff were amazing!!! As a former FA they were kind, compassionate, helpful !!! Only criticism need more water on board!!! Thanks for a great flight hope the one home goes as smoothly. Jane

Jul 9, 2019

Great value but very uncomfortably tight seating.

Traveling from Boston to Rome

For Boston residents who are looking for a vacation getaway to Italy, Rome offers architectural masterpieces, rich history, and religious fervor. You can find great deals on air travel from Boston to Rome on

Boston, Massachusetts

The largest city in Massachusetts is also one of the oldest cities in the United States and is full of history back to its founding in 1630. Travelers flying out of Boston depart from Logan International Airport.

Logan International Airport is located about 3 miles east of downtown Boston, making it easy for travelers to reach. Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority offers public transportation to the airport on the Blue Line subway and the free Silver Line bus service. You can also take a commuter ferry from the Fore River Shipyard to the airport, or you can simply drive your own vehicle. It takes less than 10 minutes to drive to the airport from downtown, and there is plenty of parking available for rates starting at $18 per day.

There are more than 20 airlines serving Logan International Airport, including United Airlines, American Airlines, and Air Canada. Alitalia and Delta Air Lines both offer nonstop service from Boston to Rome. While you are waiting to begin boarding, you can choose from the airport's many dining options, including coffee shops like Starbucks and Java Coast Café, fast-food chains, and full-service restaurants.

Rome, Italy

As the former capital of the Roman Empire, Rome is full of rich history and architectural beauty; but the busy city offers much more than just history for its visitors. The Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Vatican Museums are just a few of the most popular things to do when visiting Rome.

Experience Rome

Visitors flying into Rome will fly into either Ciampino Airport or Fiuminicio International Airport, both of which are within a 30-minute drive of downtown Rome. Bus and taxi service is available from both airports to Rome, or you can reserve a rental car when you book your flight on as a convenient way to travel around the area.

Rome has mild winters with average temperatures that remain above freezing even during the coldest months of the year, although there are usually a couple of snow flurries each year between December and February. The summers are warm and dry-from June through August, high temperatures are in the 80s, and lows stay above 70 degrees Fahrenheit. While the city has a history of closing down during the summer while city residents leave on holiday, most businesses now stay open all year for tourists. If you visit during the summer, be prepared for a city full of tourists and few locals.

The Trevi Fountain, Rome's most famous fountain, depicts the god Neptune's chariot being drawn by seahorses. St. Peter's Basilica is another famous tourist draw that stands as a symbol of Catholic religion, but make sure you dress conservatively to gain entrance. Also visit Campo de' Fiori, which is a former site for Roman executions but now serves as an open market and pub area.

Make Your Pilgrimage to Rome

With nonstop flights and many one-stop flights available from Boston to Rome each day, making a pilgrimage to Italy is easy. Find a flight to fit your budget and calendar on, where you can book your airline tickets, hotel room, and rental vehicle all in one place.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 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.